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Dzhugashvili

or Dzu·gash·vi·li

[ joo-guhsh-vee-lee; Russian joo-guh-shvyee-lyi ]
/ ˌdʒu gəʃˈvi li; Russian dʒu gʌˈʃvyi lyɪ /
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Io·sif Vis·sa·ri·o·no·vich [Russian yaw-syif-vyi-suh-ryi-aw-nuh-vyich]. /Russian ˈyɔ syɪf vyɪ sə ryɪˈɔ nə vyɪtʃ/. Stalin, Joseph.

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