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Free Resource (#501) - February 21st, 2008
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Unmasking Stalin: A Speech That Changed the World

How did Russia, after 30 years of Stalin's propoganda and cult of personality, come to see Joseph Stalin as the repressive and brutal leader that he was? This hour-long documentary from American RadioWorks shows how it began with a speech delivered by Nikita Khrushchev in 1956 which denounced the crimes of Stalin. The documentary also displays how, despite after Stalin's "unmasking", many Russians still believe Stalin to be a hero. This speech can be listened to on streaming audio, and now on audio download through iTunes U.

Unmasking Stalin: A Speech That Changed the World

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