against revolutionaries and argued in favor of continuing the more cautious and patient policies that Lenin had installed with the New Economic Policy (NEP). In 1918 (some sources cite 1919 Stalin married his second wife, Nadezhda Nadya Alliluyeva (1901-1932 the daughter of a Russian revolutionary. He adopted the name Stalin man of steel around 1913. Not only did his methods crush initiative among Soviet administrators, physically destroying many, but they also left a legacy of remembered fear so extreme as to render continuing post-Stalin restrictions tolerable to the population; the people would have more bitterly resentedmight even, perhaps, have rejectedsuch. By 1937, after less than a decades rule as totalitarian dictator, he had increased the Soviet Unions total industrial output to the point where it was surpassed only by that of the United States. The judicial investigation was conducted by one of the most brutal prosecutors in the Soviet Union, according to whom? In 1922, Stalin was appointed to the newly created office of general secretary of the Communist Party. The drunken father savagely beat his son. But in 1948 the defection of Titoist Yugoslavia from the Soviet camp struck a severe blow to world Communism as a Stalin-dominated monolith.
2 Vasily Stalin was partially rehabilitated in 1999, when the Military Collegium of the Supreme Court lifted charges of anti-Soviet propaganda that dated from 1953. He adopted the name Koba, after a fictional Georgian outlaw-hero, and joined the more militant wing of the Marxist Social Democratic movement, the Bolsheviks, led. Starting from this moment, Joseph Stalin ceased to visit his children; only the nursemaid and head of Stalin's security guards looked after Vasily and his sister, Svetlana. In 1901 he was elected a member of the Tpilisi committee of the Russian Social Democratic Workers Party. After leaving school, Stalin became an underground political agitator, taking part in labor demonstrations and strikes. He was released from prison on The Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union decided to give him a pension of 300 rubles, a flat in Moscow, and a three-month treatment vacation in Kislovodsk. Stalin's achievements, in back-to-back five-year plans, the Soviet Union under Stalin began to modernize (to accept modern ideas and styles) with great speed. Stalin spent the major portion of the years from 1905 to 1912 in organizational work for the movement, mainly in the city of Baku, Russia. Before it could be the Musics of Norway executed, however, Stalin died on March 5, 1953. To such views may be added the suggestion that Stalin was anything but a plodding mediocrity, being rather a man of superlative, all-transcending talent. Stalin escaped from Siberia in 1904 and rejoined the Marxist underground in Tpilisi.