Joseph Stalin
Ио́сиф Ста́лин
Timeline: 6-2-5 Upheaval

Josef Stalin as General Secretary

General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union
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Born December 18, 1878
Gori, Tiflis Governorate,
Russian Empire
Died March 5, 1953
Moscow, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
Political Party Communist Party of the Soviet Union
Religion Atheist
Profession Politician
Joseph Stalin (Russian: Ио́сиф Ста́лин) was the most influential Soviet General Secretary during the Cold War, leading the harshest anti-Western period in the history of Russia. Stalin was known for his tyrannical rule, numerous purges, and intentional plagues. In NATO and APTO nations, Stalin was widely hated.

Stalin ruled the Soviet Union from the death of Vladimir Lenin in January of 1924 until his own death in March of 1953.

Early Life and Revolution


Rise to Power


World War II


Cold War

Mostly OTL

Korean War

Death and Legacy