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Stalin-Fest Draws Admiring Crowds In Siberia

Stalin-Fest Draws Admiring Crowds In Siberia

A city festival in Novosibirsk celebrated the 140th anniversary of Josef Stalin’s birth with dancers, DJs, and discussions. The Soviet dictator was responsible for millions of his people’s deaths, but Russian officials have often sought to whitewash his legacy, and many admirers showed up for the party~RFE/RL

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