Why Did Stalin Kill His Own People?

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Former USSR leader Joseph Stalin is estimated to have killed millions of people for various reasons. Reports from the Soviet archives show prisoners under Stalin's regime who were executed either for political or criminal offences. Around 158,000 soldiers were also executed for deserting the war.
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Joseph Stalin was one of the most murderous and powerful dictators in history. He was the ruler of the Soviet Union for a quarter of the century. His regime and terror caused the
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No one knows for sure, but he probably wanted to maintain stability and rid the country of possible threats, so that he would stay in power.
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It is not true. The myth of mass killings in the Soviet Union (except for two years in the late 1930s) is all a pack of lies from Anti-Communist agitators. In fact only some 700,000
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There is an important distinction between how many people were killed directly, such as Stalin ordering their deaths - and how many people died as a direct consequence of his foolish
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