JV Stalin – Pamphlets, articles and correspondence
A more comprehensive collection of the writings of Comrade Stalin can be found at JV Stalin – Collected Works and more about his life at JV Stalin – Biographies, Reminiscences and Appraisals.
Great Patriotic War/Second World War
Below are two volumes which contain the complete war correspondence between Comrade Stalin and the leaders of the two principal allies in the anti-Hitlerite front – Churchill and Attlee for the UK, Roosevelt and Truman for the USA.
Volume 1 contains the correspondence between Comrade Stalin and the UK Prime Ministers, Churchill and Attlee between July 1941 and November 1945.
Volume 2 contains the correspondence between Comrade Stalin and the Presidents of the USA, Roosevelt and Truman between August 1941 and December 1945.
The complete war correspondence between Comrade Joseph Stalin and the United States President Franklin D Roosevelt.
War speeches, Orders of the Day and answers to foreign press correspondents during the Great Patriotic War, July 3rd 1941 – June 22nd 1945 by Generalissmo Stalin
Pamphlets and compilations
The last major work written by Stalin, which was first published in 1952. A work that has been commented upon by many including Chairman Mao Tse-tung (Selected Works Vol VIII)
Comrade Stalin responds to some of the comments and ideas that arose out of a nationwide discussion around the proposed new Constitution in 1936. Together with the full text of the agreed Constitution, which was in force in the USSR until 1978.
Includes two speeches given by Comrade Stalin in 1924, following the premature death of Vladimir Ilyich Lenin on 21st January 1924.
Written as a letter to members of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union on July 19, 1934. Published by the Irish Communist Organisation in 1971.
Three articles which demonstrating Comrade Stalin challenged the concept of the ‘cult of the personality’ and not promoting it as was claimed by Nikita Khrushchev in his speech to the 20th Congress of the CPSU in 1956.
Report by Joseph Stalin, General Secretary, to the Plenum (Plenary Session) of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, March 3, 1937.