Are you not tired of this one with a mustache? Joseph Stalin. Threshold 44
The Resolution of the Council of the People's Commissars of the USSR
'On the Founding of Stalin's Prizes and Grants'. The newspaper 'Pravda', 351, December 21, 1949

Yulia Ivanova

Are you not tired of this one with a mustache? Joseph Stalin. Threshold 44



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'The main task of the new five-year plan is to restore the affected areas of the country, to restore pre-war levels of industry and agriculture, and then to exceed this level more or less considerable extent.

Not to mention that in the near future will be canceled card system, special attention will be given to expanding the production of consumer goods.

To raise living standards by consistently reducing the prices of all commodities and on a broad construction of all kinds of research institutions that could enable science to deploy its forces.

I have no doubt that if the render proper assistance to our scholars, they will be able not only to overtake but to surpass in the near future advances in science outside of our country'
(J. Stalin).

'As for plans for a longer period, the party intends to organize a new powerful economic progress, which would give us the opportunity to raise the level of our industry, for example, three times the prewar level.

We need to ensure that our industry could produce annually 50 million tons of pig iron, up to 60 million tons of crude steel, up to 500 million tons of coal, up to 60 million tons of oil. Only under this condition, we can assume that our homeland will be guaranteed against all contingencies.'
(J. Stalin).


'I think that the demilitarization and democratization of Germany is one of the most important guarantees of lasting and enduring peace.'
(J. Stalin)

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'What was she charged?'
'In relations with the Zionist Organization, the Ambassador of Israel Golda Meir. Theyanted to make the Jewish Autonomous Region of Crimea... She had a good relationship with Mikhoels... They found that he was an alien.

Of course, she had to be more choosy in acquaintances. She took off work for some time been arrested. Arrested, prompting the Central Committee.
Between me and Stalin, as they say, a black cat ran.

She was for over a year in prison and more than three years in exile.
Beria was at the meetings of the Politburo, he passed me, he said, or rather, whispered in my ear, 'Paulina is alive!'
She was imprisoned in the Lubyanka, but I did not know."

'And you continued to be the second person in the state?'

'Technically, yes. But just for the press, public opinion.'

She was freed on the second day after Stalin's funeral.
She did not even know that Stalin died, and her first question was,
'How is Stalin?'
Rumors about his illness. I met her in the office of Beria, which he invited me.
Do not have time to approach her, as Beria, ahead of me, rushed to her:
' The heroine!'

She suffered a lot, but, again, her attitude to Stalin did not change; she always appreciated him very highly.

Shota Ivanovich said:,

'Once one of her relatives at the table began to denounce Stalin, she would quickly put in place.
'Young man, you do not understand nor Stalin, nor in his time.
If you knew how it was difficult to sit in his chair!'
(Molotov - Chuev)

'In the last time he had a persecution complex. So it is harrowing, as it undermined, annoyed, set up against this or that - it's a fact. No man would not resist.
And he, in my opinion, could not resist. And take action, and very extreme. Unfortunately, it was. In this he tipped.
Such people as Voznesensky, Kuznetsov died'.
(Molotov - Chuev)

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'And they will sprout fur, fangs and claws and will open the doors and windows of your strength, and tear apart your kingdom, and flooded with tears and blood.

And scientists will serve as your Vampires, your Komsomol girls will be sold to brothels.

Yours heroes warriors will shoot themselves out of poverty and humiliation, 'brother nations' will defile their 'mass graves'...
(A page of history)

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Where she worked, saboteurs have appeared.
In Uzbekistan it has begun. She then engaged in perfume and cosmetic attracted to these questionable business people.
And others, of course, was not. German spies were there.
The wives of the leaders of the major began to walk to it, do make-up.

And when in 1949 she was arrested, presented that it was preparing an attempt on Stalin.
Before I took off from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Stalin came to me in the CC, 'You have to divorce your wife!'

And she said to me.
'If it is necessary for the party, then we will part.'
At the end of 1948, we parted. And in 1949, in February, she was arrested.

And I was not charged. I really did not say anything. But I'm from a comparison of some of the facts learned, and then confirmed.
The fact is that when I was in America, probably in 1950 when I drove from New York to Washington, I was granted a special carriage.
Maybe, I did not evaluated it enough, it was obviously bugging to the car, I singled him to listen to me carefully.'
(Molotov - Chuev),

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'Generally, it was strange, you are the second person in the state, while his wife was arrested...'

'Kalinin's wife was arrested too... It is nothing of itself is not represented, but is likely to be confused with the different people.
But whom could he rely on? Khrushchev came out, which he did not trust much earlier. And, indeed, had reason to.

Some people believe that Beria killed Stalin. I think it is not excluded.
Because on the one Stalin could rely on, if I did not trust and I saw that others did not particularly stand firm?

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'Western radio stations detail about "the Doctors' Plot." That their trial was scheduled for March 5, and just the day Stalin died. A broad hint that he had slain.'

'Probably. It is not excluded, of course.
Beria was treacherous, untrustworthy. Yes, just for his own skin he could. There are very intricate tangle.
I too am of that opinion that he did not die a natural death. He was not ill. He worked all the time... He was very live.
(Molotov - Chuev).

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'By developing a peaceful socialist construction, we never for a moment forget about the intrigues of international reaction, which has plans for a new war."
(J. Stalin).

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THE PAGES OF JOSEPH'S LIFE:

In 1946 he ws nominated by the first candidate for the Supreme Soviet of the USSR. Registered candidate in the Stalin selectively. District of Moscow.
The decision to publish works of Joseph Stalin.

The talks with the Prime Minister, Marshal Choybolsan on the Soviet-Mongolian. relations.

He was appointed People's Commissar of the Armed Forces and Chief of the armed forces of the USSR.

The attendance at a session of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR. Interview about Churchill's speech to the United States.
He represents the Supreme Council of the USSR Council of Ministers. Approved by the Prime Minister and Minister for the Armed Forces of the USSR.
He responds to questions from "Associated Press" related to the international situation.
He recieved the delegation of trade unions in Poland.
The administration of the Central Committee plenum of the CPSU(B). Appointed a member of the Organization Bureau and the General Secretary of CPSU(B).
The negotiations with the Finnish government delegation on the Soviet-Finnish relations. Acceptance of the UN Secretary General.
The resolution 'On measures to eliminate violations of the Charter of the collective farm collective farms'.
'Answers to the questions posed by the Moscow correspondent of" the Sunday Times.'
His interview to Elliott Roosevelt on matters related to the international situation.

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JOSEPH ON CULTURE:

' Pudovkin not studied details of the case and misrepresented the historical truth. The result was a film not about Nakhimov, but the balls and dances with episodes from the life of Nakhimov.

As a result of living have dropped such important historical facts, that the Russian was in Sinop, Sinop, and that the battle was taken prisoner by a group of Turkish admirals, led by the commander.'
(On V. Pudovkin's film 'Admiral Nakhimov').

'It's just painful when you look, do our directors, who live among the golden people, the heroes cannot portray them as it should but must get dirty them.
'We have a good working, damn it.' "

'Most of their time idle characters in the film, are engaged in empty chatter and drinking. The best idea for the movie people are drunks...
The film shows heartlessly mocking attitude toward young working women, who arrived in Donbass/'

'To link the individual scenes in the film are repeated drinking, vulgar novels, love affairs, the night ranting in bed.
Songs Introduced in the film imbued with a melancholy tavern and alien to the Soviet people.'
(On the movie 'The Big Life', 1946).

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Stalin:
' Do you go to the foreign writers on tiptoe. Worthy of a Soviet man to walk on tiptoe to the Outside? You encourage these nizkopoklonnye feelings, this is a great sin.'


Likharev:
'Published many translated works.'

Stalin:
' You taste this excessive respect for foreigners planting. Plant the feeling that we are second-class people and the people there first class, which is wrong. You are students, they are teachers.
In essence, this is wrong.

(At a meeting of the Organization Bureau).

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'Zoshchenko depicts the Soviet order and the Soviet people in an ugly caricature form, defamatory representing the Soviet people as primitive, uncultured, stupid, with philistine tastes and mores.
Malicious hooligan image Zoshchenko our reality is accompanied by anti-Soviet attacks'

'Anna Akhmatova is a typical representative of an alien to our people empty unprincipled poetry.
Her poems, imbued with the spirit of pessimism and decadence, which express the tastes of the old salon poetry, frozen in the positions of bourgeois-aristocratic aestheticism and decadence - an art for art's sake, not wanting to keep up with his people, harm to the education of our youth and can not be tolerated in Soviet literature.'
(The rRegulation of the magazines 'Zvezda' and 'Leningrad'.

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Let the world remember this day forever
Let it be bequeathed to the hour of eternity,
Legend says about a wise man
Who saved each of us from a terrible death.

The whole country is rejoicing in the light of the dawn of Amber,
And for the purest joys there are no barriers.
And the ancient Samarkand, and polar Murmansk,
And Leningrad twice saved by Stalin.

On the day of new year teacher and friend
Song of the light thanks to sing.
Let the storm rages around
Or mountain violets bloom.

And the second city of the Soviet Union
All the republics of friendship
And those workers who are suffocating by bonds
But whose free speech and whose soul is proud.

And their thoughts freely fly to the capital of Fame.
For high Kremlin - a fighter for the eternal light,
From midnight rushes majestic anthem
And the whole world sounds, as help and greetings.

Anna Akhmatova, December 21, 1949

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'Theatrical performances of plays by foreign authors ... was, in essence, providing a stage for the Soviet propaganda of reactionary bourgeois ideology and morality, an attempt to poison the minds of Soviet citizens outlook, hostile to Soviet society, to recover remnants of capitalism in the consciousness and life.'
('On the repertory of theaters and measures for its improvement').

'Historically, the fake and artificial is the story of the opera, claiming the image of the struggle for the establishment of Soviet power and friendship of the peoples in the Northern Caucasus in 1918-1920.
From the opera a wrong notion that the Caucasian peoples such as the Georgians and Ossetians are in an era of hostility to the Russian people, which is historically false. Since the establishment of an obstacle to friendship among peoples in the period in the North Caucasus were the Ingush and the Chechens. "
(The resolution 'On the opera 'The Great Friendship' by W. Muradeli).

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V. Alliluev witnesses:

'On the appointed day, the sculptor has brought to the Kremlin, both the sketch. The figure of Stalin was set on the table in the center of the room, and a second sculpture stood in the corner, covered with paper.

A lot of people came t\o see the work. All
gathered around the figure of Stalin and loudly voiced their approval.

Finally Stalin came.
He stared long and gloomily his image, and then turned to the author, suddenly asked,

'Listen, Vuchetich, and you are not tired of this one, with a mustache?'

Then, pointing to a closed figure, asked.

'And what do you have here?'

'Also a sketch, said the sculptor and took the paper with the second figure ...

Stalin smiled contentedly and said:

'Also but not the same!'

And after a moment's hesitation concluded,

'That the soldier with the girl in her arms as a symbol of Germany's rebirth, we have put in Berlin on a hill!
Only here the machine you take away from him ... Here we need a symbol.

Yes! Put a sword in a hand of the soldier!
And let everybody know - bad thing will happen to someone who will force him to raise the sword again. "

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