His role in the 1917 Russian Revolution also his role in Communist Revolution
His relationship with Trotsky
At age 7, he contracted smallpox, leaving his face scarred. A few years later he was injured in a carriage accident which left arm slightly deformed (some accounts state his arm trouble was a result of blood poisoning from the injury).The other village children treated him cruelly, instilling in him a sense of inferiority. Because of this, Joseph began a quest for greatness and respect.
His relationship with the West and his power over the Soviet Union
General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union's Central Committee from 1922 until his death in 1953.Stalin was one of the bloodiest tyrants in world history. He was the absolute ruler of the Soviet Union and later of the Communist bloc in Eastern Europe.
What he did in the war
He was exiled from the Soviet Union itself in February 1929, sent into exile in Turkey. From his exile, Trotsky continued to oppose Stalin, right up until Trotsky was assassinated on Stalin's orders in August 1940.
After growing up in Georgia,Stalin conducted discreet activities for the Bolshevik Party for twelve years before the Russian Revolution of 1917. He collectivized farming and had potential enemies executed or sent to forced labor camps. Stalin aligned with the United States and Britain in World War II.
Stalin completely reorganised the Soviet military, placing himself directly in charge of several military organisations. Stalinism is the means of governing and related policies implemented from around 1927 to 1953 by Joseph Stalin (1878–1953). Stalinist policies and ideas as developed in the Soviet Union included rapid industrialization.