Seventy-two years ago, the people of the Soviet Union – through their own Red Army under the leadership of the Communist Party – defeated Nazi German fascism, thus not only ensuring the continuation and preservation of the achievements of the October Revolution, but also (for many decades), ensured peace in Europe and Socialist development in many countries of the world.
I was enthusiastic when Jodie Whittaker took-over as Dr Who from Peter Capaldi (pictured a number of times stood in-front of a poster of Lenin,
From 1933 to 1939 – Hitler was very much the darling of the West. He was admired by British royalty and respected by the British middle and upper classes (especially Churchill), as well as courted by US big business (IBM assisted in the holocaust from their New York offices providing the Nazi Germans with a cataloguing system that enabled the efficient murder of millions of innocents).
Both Gandhi and Bose ‘rejected’ Scientific Science and either igored or openly opposed the USSR (Gandhi pretended it did not exist).
Poland was never part of the USSR, but it was part of the Communist Bloc from 1939-1941, and again from 1944-1990 (until the Trotskyite Solidarity
It is believed that during WWI (1914-1917) and the subsequent Russian Civil War (1917-1922) around 10 million Russians perished, with the Russian Civil War being