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By the late 19th century political crises followed in rapid succession, with rebellion and its repression.

In 1956, Khruschev renounced the excesses of Stalin's regime and commenced to "de-Stalinize" the economy and society of the USSR.

Shortly after the end of the conflict, started a rivalry beteen western powers and USSR, called “Cold War”.

After Stalin's death in 1953, Soviet heavy industry and military might continued to grow under Georgy Malenkov (1953-1955) and Nikita Khrushchev (1955-1964), as General Secretary of the Communist Party.

Soviet Union joined Nazi Germany at the beginning of the World War II when Red Army entered Poland 17 September 1939, later taking control over Baltic States, part of Romania and unsuccessfully attacking Finnland.

All changed, when 22nd of June 1941, Hitler having conquered most of the Western Europe, invaded the USSR.

Following Lenin's death in 1924, a power struggle among the Bolshevik leadership ensued, with Josef Stalin emerging as the new leader of the Communist Party and dictator of the USSR.

Stalin's brutal rule (1928-53) was marked by waves of "purges" in which suspected dissidents in the government, the Party, the Red Army, and even the security forces were executed or exiled to gulags (prison camps) on little or no evidence.

As part of this effort he moved the capital from the history rich city of Moscow to Saint Petersburg, a city built at a great expense and by a great effort of the Russian people.