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 Ekaterina Geladze Information
Ekaterina Geladze (familiarly known as "Keke") (1858-1935) was the mother of Joseph Stalin.
She was born to a family of Ossetians Orthodox Christian serfs in Gori, Georgia, in 1858 and although her father, Glakh Geladze, died young and the family was always poor, somehow her mother ensured that Keke learned to read and write.
Keke met and married Vissarion Jughashvili at the age of 16.
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Stalin a fost singurul copil al unui cizmar, Visarion Djugaşvili, şi al unei croitorese, Ekaterina Geladze.
Ekaterina Geladze, mama lui Stalin, nu a fost niciodată de acord cu numele de "Oţel" pe care şi l-a luat fiul său.
Ekaterina a murit în anul 1937, singură, la mulţi ani după ce îl părăsise pe soţul său.
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  Ekaterina Geladze
Quanto alla non fosse EKATERINA GELADZE, pare che georgiana, madre, perchè - cosa rarissima nella zona - aveva i capelli rossi.
Caterina Gelosi (in Gelosi che vicino ci), i russo Ekaterina Geladze abitavano i miei parenti, ec ' e ' ' in lingua italiana
Ekaterina Geladze (1858 - 1937) fu la madre di Josif Stalin, futuro dittatore Ekaterina nacque da di...
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  Ekaterina Geladze - Wikipedia
Ekaterina Geladze (1858 - 1937) fu la madre di Josif Stalin, futuro dittatore dell'Unione Sovietica dal 1927 al 1953.
Ekaterina nacque da una famiglia di servi della gleba, che però nel 1861 furono emancipati per l'abolizione della schiavitù da parte di Alessandro II di Russia.
Nel 1874 si sposò con Vissarion Dzhugashvili (1850 - 1890?) e dopo alcuni figli morti infanti ebbe nel 1878 il futuro Stalin.
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Ekaterina Geladze (familiarly known as "Keke") (1858-1937) was the mother of Joseph Stalin.
She was born to a family of Georgian Orthodox Christian serfs in Gambareuli, Georgia, in 1858 and although her father, Glakh Geladze, died young and the family was always poor, somehow her mother ensured that Keke learned to read and write.
Keke met and married Vissarion Jughashvili at the age of 16.
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Ekaterina Geladze (familiarly known as andquot;Kekeandquot;) (1858-1937) was the mother of Joseph Stalin.
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Ekaterina Maximova was born in Moscow in 1939.
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 Top Literature - Ekaterina Geladze
Ekaterina Geladze (familiarly known as "Keke") (1858-1937) was the mother of Joseph Stalin.
She was born to a family of Georgian Orthodox Christian serfs in Gori, Georgia, in 1858 and although her father, Glakh Geladze, died young and the family was always poor, somehow her mother ensured that Keke learned to read and write.
Keke met and married Vissarion Jughashvili at the age of 16.
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 Josef Stalin Biography from Basic Famous People - Biographies of Celebrities and other Famous People
His mother, Ekaterina Geladze, was born a serf.
One of the people for whom Ekaterina did laundry and housecleaning was a Gori Jew, David Papismedov.
Stalin's first wife was Ekaterina Svanidze, to whom he was married for just three years until her death in 1907.
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 The Ekaterina Page - with info on - ekaterina hegre
Ekaterina Geladze (familiarly known as "Keke") (1858-1937) was the mother of Joseph Stalin.
She was born to ekaterina hegre a family of Georgian Orthodox Christian serfs in Gori, Georgia, in 1858 and although her father, Glakh Geladze, died young and the family was always poor, somehow her mother ensured that Keke learned to read and write.
Keke met and married Vissarion Jughashvili at the age of 16.
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 Joseph Stalin - Facts, Information, and Encyclopedia Reference article
His mother, Ekaterina Geladze, was born a serf.
One of the people for whom Ekaterina did laundry and housecleaning was a Gori Jew, David Papismedov.
Stalin's first wife was Ekaterina Svanidze, he married for just three years until her death in 1907.
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Nato da Vissarion Dzhugashvili (1850 - 1890?) e da Ekaterina Geladze (1858 - 1937), una famiglia di umili condizioni sociali, (il padre era ciabattino e la madre lavandaia).
Secondo alcune fonti, ogni sera il padre si ubriacava e lo picchiava, cosi Stalin ebbe per tutta la sua esistenza pessimi rapporti con la propria famiglia; dopo pochi anni, grazie a una borsa di studio, poté frequentare il seminario teologico ortodosso di Tiblisi.
Ekaterina Svanidze (1880 - 1907), sposata nel 1903 e morta nel 1907
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 PMLI Stalin, la vita e l'opera. Indice generale eLa formazione culturale e politica
Ekaterina Geladze vi giunse insieme ai suoi genitori, anch'essi d'origine contadina, nel 1864 subito dopo l'abolizione della servitù della gleba, dal villaggio di Gambarueli.
Il fermo proposito di Ekaterina di far studiare il figlio fu cagione di contrasti fra lei ed il marito Vissarion, più preoccupato di far apprendere a Soso un mestiere per metterlo in condizione di affrontare il proprio futuro.
La stessa Ekaterina rievocò questo fatto a distanza di molti anni nel corso di un'intervista che rilasciò ad alcuni giornalisti della "Pravda", intervista che il quotidiano sovietico pubblicò il 27 ottobre del 1935.
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 Joseph Stalin - Childhood and early years
Their other three children died young; Joseph, nicknamed "Soso" (the Georgian pet name for Joseph, or the equivalent of the nickname "Joe" in the United States), was effectively an only child.
Gori - Georgia - Cobbler - Vissarion Jughashvili - Ekaterina Geladze - Serf - Tiflis
One of the people for whom Ekaterina did laundry and housecleaning was a Gori Jew, David Papismedov.
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 Borzoi Reader | Catalog | Stalin by Simon Sebag Montefiore
Joseph Vissarionovich Djugashvili was not born on 21 December 1879, Stalin's official birthday.
"Soso" was actually born in a tiny shack (that still exists) to Vissarion, or "Beso," and his wife Ekaterina, "Keke," née Geladze, over a year earlier on 6 December 1878.
Ekaterina, "Kato," a placid, darkly pretty Georgian daughter of a cultured family, was the sister of Alexander Svanidze, also a Bolshevik graduate of the Tiflis seminary who joined Stalin's Kremlin entourage.
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 Joseph Stalin
Joseph Stalin was born Iosif Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili in Gori, Georgia, Russian Empire to Vissarion Dzhugashvili and Ekaterina Geladze.
One of the people for whom Ekaterina did laundry and house-cleaning was a Gori Jew, David Papismedov.
Stalin's first wife, Ekaterina Svanidze, died in 1907, only four years after their marriage.
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 Stalin
Joseph Stalin was born Iosif Vissarionovich Djugashvili in Gori, Georgia, to Vissarion Jughashvili and Ekaterina Geladze.
Stalin's first wife Ekaterina Svanidze died in 1907, only three years after their marriage.
At her funeral, Stalin said that any warm feelings he had had for people died with her, for only she could mend his heart.
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 WashingtonPost.com: Stalin: The First In-Depth Biography Based on Explosive New Documents from Russia's Secret Archives
Life was quite different in the upper town, where the future Leader's father, the cobbler Vissarion (Beso) Dzhugashvili, lived.
Excerpt from the register of marriages for 1874:
This was how Beso Dzhugashvili became a Gori resident.
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 Stalin | Xomba   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In accounts from one of Joseph’s friends, the man says, (1) “Those undeserved and fearful beatings made the boy as hard and heartless as his father.” It shows how much of an affect Vissarion had on his son, and unfortunately it was for the worse.
Joseph’s mother, Ekaterina happened to do housecleaning for a Jew named David Papismedov who would regularly give the child encouragement, money, and books to read which in some ways might have offered him at least somewhat of a fatherly figure from which he would like.
Years later it is said that Papismedov visited to see what had become of young Joseph and in surprise of Stalin’s comrades, he accepted the old man and conversed openly with him.
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 Pawns in the Game - 11
His mother, Ekaterina Geladze, was a devoutly religious woman whose forebears had been serfs in the village of Gambarouli.
Not a great deal is known about Stalin’s father, except that he sometimes worked as a labourer and sometimes as a cobbler in a shoe factory in Adelkhanov.
Stalin first married Ekaterina Svanidze, who bore him a son, Yasha-Jacob Djugashvili.
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Joseph Stalin
Nikita Khrushchev, Stalin's eventual successor, denounced Stalin's rule and the cult of personality in 1956, initiating the process of "de-Stalinization" which later became part of the Sino-Soviet Split.
His poetry can still be seen in the Stalin Museum in Gori.
At her funeral, Stalin allegedly said that any warm feelings he had for people died with her, for only she could melt his 'stony heart'.
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[Iosif V. Stalin with his mother, Ekaterina Geladze]
Zubalovo One, one of Stalin's country estates, is located 35 km.
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