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Joseph stalin was the dictator of the soviet union from 1929 to 1953 during these years he epitomized the totalitarian leader, transforming soviet society according to his personal wishes and using t. The us ambassador to the soviet union, joseph davies, wrote a book, mission to moscow , which extolled the virtues of the country under stalin after world war two the supreme allied commander and future president of the. The soviet union may have collapsed, but its decades' long reign of terror shall not be forgotten the 20 th century was marked by intense tragedy due to the. Stalin and the soviet union offers new interpretations of recently uncovered archives examining the soviet leader's domestic and foreign policy stalin, joseph.