Examples from the Web for stalin
Stalin, now one of the top men in the party, was sent there by Lenin to ensure that grain was getting shipped to Moscow.
A childhood friend of his, Ioseb Iremashvili, said Stalin “was devoted to only one person—his mother.”
Later in life, Stalin would add one, and only one person, to his list of those he cared about.
Stalin may not have written the Pravda piece himself—it was unsigned—but without question he had approved it.
In the event, in the long cat and mouse game that Stalin played with him, the cat did not pounce.
After Stalin, the Soviet leadership was taken up by a group of top party officials.East-West Trade Trends|Harold E. Stassen
If Comrade Stalin could see that he would order one for each member of his harem.
Hoxha did, however, pay lip service to the collective leadership principle enunciated in Moscow after Stalin's death.Area Handbook for Albania|Eugene K. Keefe
Nikita Khrushchev should never have made those first motions of liberalization following Stalin's death.Freedom|Dallas McCord Reynolds
You read Marx and Lenin and Stalin--makes you a revolutionist.
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Word Origin and History for stalin
Russian, literally "steel," assumed name of Soviet Communist Party and Soviet Union leader Iosif Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili (1879-1953). Cf. Molotov.