Episode 161-Stalin Bio Part 5

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Posted On April 20, 2016

Stalin, the young revolutionary, stumbles and is on the outs with the Georgian Social Democratic Worker’s Party. Yet, after making another mistake, he is tepidly allowed to re-enter the group. Sent to a back water area, the workers there will soon strike and put the mining town and Stalin, at the center of the revolution.

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