Russian romances and soviet military songs in MP3
Stalin (Joseph Vissarionovich Djugashvili) was
born in Gori, Georgia.
1879 December 9(21)
Stalin is arrested
under the alias Zakhar Grigoryan Melikyants. He is confined in the Bailov Prison
in Baku.While in prison he receives the order of the Viceroy of the Caucasus
dated August 27 prohibiting him from residing in the Caucasus for five years.
He is taken under escort to Solvychegodsk.
1910 March - September
He is in his
absence elected à member of the Central Committee of the Bolshevik Party
at the Sixth ("Prague'') General Party Conference.
1912 Between January 5(18) and 17(30)
Lenin and Stalin direct the October
armed uprising. They visit the headquarters of the Petrograd Military Area
and together with military experts work out a plan of operations for routing
the Kerensky-Krasnov forces.
1917 October 24-27
He takes part in the work of the First
Congress of the Communist International as a member of the delegation of
1919 March 2-6
informs V. I. Lenin of the capture of Rostov by Budyonny's Cavalry.
Stalin signs an order of the day of the Revolutionary Military Council of the Southern Front congratulating the armies of the front on the defeat of Denikin's armies and the capture of the Donbas and Rostov.
1920 January 10
Joseph Vissarionovich stands in the guard of honour at Lenin's
bier in the Hall of Columns of the House
of Trade Unions.
1924 January 23. 6.10 p. m.
Great Soviet leader delivers
the political report of the Central Committee at the Sixteenth Congress
of the CPSU(b).
1930 June 27
Great Soviet leader writes an
answer to the inquiry of the Jewish News Agency in the U.S.A. about the
attitude in the USSR to anti-Semitism.
1931 January 12
Great Soviet leader attends the memorial meeting at the
Bolshoi Theatre to commemorate the eighth
anniversary of the death of V. I. Lenin. He writes an answer to Aristov
with reference to the letter "Some Questions Concerning the History of
Bolshevism" sent to the editorial board of the magazine Proletarskaya Revolutsia.
The reply was published in the magazine Bolshevik.