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The course presents the life and deeds of Joseph Stalin, the leader of the Soviet Union from 1924 till 1953. It analyses the reasons for his actions and their results, as well as the causes of his popularity in Russia today. It offers an analysis of the phenomenon of Stalinism and of its significance for Russia and beyond. In the late 1920s – early 1930s Stalin directed the massive and rapid industrialisation of the country and the forced collectivisation of its agriculture. The industrialisation was based on forced labour, and collectivisation on repression, but both helped to create the material base for the Soviet defence industry. In the late 1930s Stalin unleashed mass terror against the Soviet people, in which millions perished. In his view this helped to rid the country of any potential internal enemies on the eve of the coming war. The USSR, together with its allies, won the Second World War, but at the cost of dozens of millions of lives. Stalin was instrumental in creating the post-war order. The system which he created in the 1930s shaped the USSR as it was during his lifetime and for decades after his death. It also influenced the lives of millions of people beyond the Soviet borders. The course will enable those who take it to develop an informed understanding of the Stalin era and of the phenomenon of Stalinism. Do you have technical problems? Write to us: coursera@hse.ru...

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IB
2019年3月12日

A great course. A very interesting topic that gives a lot of details. A good course for people interested in history. The assignments at the end of the lecture help to remember all the material.

NK
2019年4月12日

This was quite detailed. There is so much to be learned from this class. And to think, it all is relatively recent history. Thank you.

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by Vicenţiu H V

2018年4月20日

This course was very interesting. I learnt a lot about Russian history and I was happy to read the book recommended.

by DARSHAN G

2021年7月19日

One of the most comprehensive courses not just only on Stalinism but also on Russian History.

by Basil M

2020年10月10日

i liked this course, really very good learning methods and resource person ....thank you

by Nirmalya R

2017年9月14日

Very good course for interested persons that covers a large part of 20th century Russia.

by Ingibjorg E B

2017年10月18日

For those interested in World history this course is absolutely necessary.

by Mohamed M

2018年12月30日

Really helpful course, it gives you an outline of Modern Russian History.

by Eduardo O B

2020年10月14日

Great teacher, good material, excellent methodology. Good in all senses.

by Armando M

2021年5月21日

Excelente. Acrescentou muito conteúdo ao meu conhecimento. Obrigado!!!!

by Репин Е

2021年4月24日

Отличный курс очень много новой информации и анализа. Советую)

by Maria J O

2020年10月14日

Curso com ótimas informações, muito bem elaborado.

by JOHN Q

2017年10月2日

Interesting and relevant course for today.

by Joy S

2018年4月2日

Really good review of the subject

by Juan V

2020年12月22日

I enjoyed the course very much.

by Denis V W

2018年3月21日

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by Jin M

2019年6月17日

Deep and insightful

by Emmanuel Q

2017年12月22日

magnificient course

by Claudette D

2021年6月1日

The very best*.*

by Callum T

2020年12月19日

Very informative

by Wilfredo P D L P

2019年7月10日

muy ilustrativo

by E K

2018年1月24日

Excellent!

by Arturo Q

2018年5月18日

The course it's good, it covers the entire life of Stalin and his political rise to power. However, it lets some details out. Despite of this lectures are easy to understand and arranged in a logical chronology. I will like some more reading materials to follow with the course. Though there is a recommended book which I read.

Thank you professor Irina for sharing your knowledge with the world in this platform. In the United States there used to be a Spanish speaking radio station in which a program promoting socialism will run the voice of a woman saying "Viva Lenin, viva Stalin"(long live Lenin, Long live Stalin) every time they switch topics. I now have a clearer idea on what Stalin did and think the slogan shouldn't promote Stalin at all.

by Andreas U

2018年2月2日

A very interesting topic not only for Russians as it is important for everyone to know how dictatorships and totalitarian systems emerge and why its citizens put up with such systems and how they become their willing helpers.

A mixture of peer-assessed essays and multiple choice items would have been better though than an assessment solely based on essays.

by Frank D

2019年1月4日

Good course with many details.

by Fred I

2018年4月16日

Lectures were a bit brief. although the lectures had pertinent info. I learned more doing research for the essays. There were around 10 essays of 300 to 400 words each. I enjoy writing so it was not a big deal. The prof. isn't very animated so sometimes it's a bit hard to concentrate on the lectures.