Item #1439 Text of a Speech Delivered By J. V. Stalin at an Election Rally in Stalin Electoral Area, Moscow February 9, 1946. Stalin, oseph, issarionovich.
Text of a Speech Delivered By J. V. Stalin at an Election Rally in Stalin Electoral Area, Moscow February 9, 1946
Text of a Speech Delivered By J. V. Stalin at an Election Rally in Stalin Electoral Area, Moscow February 9, 1946
Text of a Speech Delivered By J. V. Stalin at an Election Rally in Stalin Electoral Area, Moscow February 9, 1946
Stalin Announces the Cold War Just Six Months after the End of World War II

Text of a Speech Delivered By J. V. Stalin at an Election Rally in Stalin Electoral Area, Moscow February 9, 1946

Washington: Information Bulletin, Embassy of the USSR, 1946. Stapled wraps. Octavo. 16 pages. Printed covers with very slight extremity rubs. Clean, overall near fine.

An important speech by Stalin, just months after the end of World War II, wherein he reflects on the Allied victory, the performance of the Red Army therein, and the consequent validation of the stability of the Soviet System. But most importantly it is in this speech that Stalin essentially declares the existence of a Cold War. He claims that capitalism was the cause of both World War I and World War II, and argues that war is inevitable as long as capitalism exists. A crucial document at the beginning of the Cold War. Scarce in commerce.

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