Russian notebooks with Stalin on cover cause stir
Moscow: School notebooks with Soviet dictator
Josef Stalin on the cover are causing controversy in Russia.
One of Moscow`s largest bookshop said it is running out
of the notebooks because they are so popular but human rights
activists have slammed the notebooks as promoting Stalin as a
hero to children.
Russia`s education minister says while he disapproves of
the notebooks, there is no legal way to stop stores from
Stalin, who ruled the Soviet Union between 1922 and 1953,
is a controversial figure in Russia today.
Although he was responsible for the deaths of millions of
his own citizens, Stalin is still highly regarded for having
led Russia to victory in World War II and overseeing its rise
as an industrial and military superpower.
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