One of the dark secrets of history
It is estimated that between seven to 10 million innocent victims succumbed to the ravages of starvation, not because of a natural disaster, but because of a policy implemented by Joseph Stalin, then the leader of Soviet Russia. Through a concentrated ...
Grandson of Russian Spy Announces Run for Libertarian Party Chair
The Libertarian Republic
Although many in Washington wound up being blacklisted by McCarthy, a Congressman from New York City, named Samuel Dickstein, fell under his radar, and took many more years to discover that he was a spy for Joseph Stalin's Soviet Union. According to ...
Moscow cracks down on embattled Crimea Tatar dissidents
Deported to Central Asia in 1944 by Joseph Stalin, the Tatars were only allowed to return in 1989 when Mikhail Gorbachev's government recognised their forced exile as a crime. llmi Umerov: 'The most important thing in Russia is that people are loyal.
RIP Andrzej Wajda, groundbreaking Polish film director
In 1940, when he was 14, his father was executed along with 22,000 other Polish prisoners-of-war and civilians in the Katyn massacre, a mass killing carried out by Soviet authorities under orders of Joseph Stalin, for which the USSR would deny ...