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  Ekaterina Svanidze - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ekaterina Svanidze (1880 - November 25, 1907) was the Georgian first wife of Joseph Stalin; they married in 1903.
Ekaterina Svanidze, nicknamed Kato, was a Georgian girl, sister of Alexander Svanidze, a graduate of Tiflis who joined Stalin as a Bolshevik.
On November 25, 1907, Ekaterina died at the age of 27 of tuberculosis in Stalin's arms.
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Ekaterina Svanidze, Joseph Stalin’s first wife, died in 1907 only four years after her wedding to the young rebel.
During her funeral, some heard Stalin say that any warm feelings that he had ever harboured for humanity had died with her; that only she had managed to soften his stony heart.
Ekaterina and Joseph had one child: Yakov Dzuhugashviti, with Stalin never got along.
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 Joseph Stalin
Stalin was born in the town of Gori, Georgia, to a cobbler named Vissarion (Beso) Dzhugashvili.
Ekaterina worked doing laundry and housecleaning in rich peoples' houses, often taking Soso (as she called him) with her.
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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 joseph stalin - Article and Reference from OnPedia.com
His mother, Ekaterina Geladze, was born a serf.
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.
One of the people Ekaterina did laundry and housecleaning for was a Gori Jew, David Papismedov.
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Stalin was born in Gori, Georgia, to Iosif Vissarion Djughashvili.
One of the people for whom Ekaterina did laundry and housecleaning was a Gori Jew, David Papismedov.
Stalin's first wife Ekaterina Svanidze died in 1907, only three years after their marriage.
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Joseph Vissarionovich Djugashvili was born on December 21, 1879, on the southern slopes of the Caucasus mountains, in the town of Gori.
His mother, Ekaterina was the daughter of a peasant who married at fifteen and who lost her first three children at birth.
He gave the child that his wife bore him to her parents and even chose a new name for himself, Stalin, the Man of Steel (Marrin 26).
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 William Carr, Pawns in the Game, ch 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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 Stalin: Jewish or not? - Stormfront White Nationalist Community   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Stalin was born Joseph Vissarionovich Djugashvili in the Georgia province of Russia.
Stalin, a gentile, married Ekaterina Svanidze, his first wife.
Stalin first wife was Ekaterina Svanidze, a Georgian.
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Stalin had a disrespect and hatred for the weak, and Georgia had always been occupied by another nation, meaning that it was weak for never being able to be independent.
On his return from Siberia in 1904 Stalin married Ekaterina Svanidze.
Soon after son Yakov's birth, Ekaterina became ill and died in 1909.
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 Politics Forum .org - View topic - The Dictator as a Young Poet-Thug
Montefiore located a 109-year-old cousin of Stalin’s first wife, Ekaterina Svanidze.
Svanidze died in 1907 of typhus, not tuberculosis, as historians mistakenly believed.
A small point, but the accretion of direct testimony adds color to the traditional monotone picture of Stalin, bringing him to life on the page.
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 Essay or Coursework - To What Extent was Stalin's Personal Paranoia the Main Reason for the Purges?
Stalin did to some extent admit that his state of mind was not level and that his attitude towards other human beings was one of huge indifference.
After his second wife, Ekaterina Svanidze died he was believed to have said 'This creature softened my stony heart.
She is dead and with her died my last warm feeling for all human beings.'[26] Not all who knew him personally were so critical of him; unsurprisingly it is Stalin's daughter who defends his state of mind claiming that 'under no cir
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 | Stalin, Man of the Borderlands | The American Historical Review, 106.5 | The History Cooperative
His first wife, Ekaterina (Kato) Svanidze, a Georgian girl from a traditional religious background, died in 1908 shortly after the birth of their child, Iakov (Iasha).
Stalin allowed most of the Svanidzes to be arrested and destroyed and gradually abandoned his Georgian lifestyle.
The two important exceptions were his use of the pseudonym "K. Kato" in March and June 1908 in what may have been a private reference to the most painful episode in his personal life in the Caucasus.
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 Joseph Stalin Biography
He was the only surviving son of Vissarion Dzhugashvili, a cobbler who first practiced his craft in a village shop but later in a shoe factory in the city.
Stalin's mother, Ekaterina, a religious and illiterate (unable to read or write) peasant woman, sent her teenage son to the theological seminary in Tpilisi (Tiflis), Georgia, where Stalin prepared for the ministry.
About Stalin's private life, little is known beyond the fact that he seems always to have been a lonely man. His first wife, a Georgian girl named Ekaterina Svanidze, died of tuberculosis, a terrible disease that attacks the lungs and bones.
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 Amazon.com: Timothy J. Graczewski...'s review of Stalin: The Court of the Red Tsar
Proximity to the "Vozd" himself was no guarantee of safety; indeed, it was one of the more parlous positions in the Soviet Union.
For instance, five of Stalin's eight in-laws from his marriages to Ekaterina Svanidze and Nadya Alliluyeva were liquidated during his rule.
Meanwhile, the passionately Marxist-Leninist wives of long-standing and blindly devoted acolytes, such as Moltov, Poskrebyshev, and Kalinin, were arrested and in some cases shot.
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 Where Europe Vanishes | The New America Foundation
Stalin's utter indifference to human suffering was a personal trait, not a cultural one.
At the funeral of his first wife, Ekaterina Svanidze, Stalin told a friend, "She is dead and with her have died my last warm feelings for all human beings." But to say that the Oriental influence was merely incidental to Stalin's character is to ignore essentials.
The monumental use of terror, the grandeur of his personality cult, and the use of prison labor for gigantic public-works projects echo the tyrannies of ancient Assyria and Mesopotamia.
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 Joseph Stalin - Biography
His mother, Ekaterina Gheladze, was also a Georgian who supported herself and her son (her other three children died young and Jopseph was effectively an only child) by taking in washing.
NTV said several historians, including Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, mention a son being born to Stalin and his common-law wife, Lida, in 1914 during his exile in northern Siberia.
At the funeral of his first wife, Ekaterina, Stalin commented that any warm feelings he had for people died with her, for she was the only person who was able to melt his heart.
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His first promotion came in early 1912, when Lenin invited him him to serve on the Central Committee of the Bolshevik Party.
he then changed his name to Stalin ("steel") In 1904 he married a devout Georgian girl, Ekaterina Svanidze.
She died some three years later and leaving a son, Jacob.
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Of course, Stalin's despotism had many roots and cannot be reduced simply to the culture and geography of his birthplace.
(Upon the death of his first wife, Ekaterina Svanidze, Stalin told a friend at the funeral, "She is dead and with her have died my last warm feelings for all human beings.") But to say that the Oriental influence was merely incidental to his character is to ignore its essentials.
The monumental use of terror, the very grandeur of his personality cult, and the use of prison labor for gigantic public works projects echo the ancient Assyrian and Mesopotamian tyrannies.
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His mother, Ekaterina, a peasant's daughter, was a woman of singular sweetness, patience and strength of character who exercised great influence on her son.
It was the first occasion in which Stalin had permitted public participation in his private life, and hence little was known about his personal affairs.
His first wife was Ekaterina Svanidze, who died after a long illness in 1907.
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One of the people Ekaterina did laundry and housecleaning for was a
Ekaterina Svanidze, to whom he was married for just three years until her death in 1907.
At her funeral, Stalin said that any warm feelings he had for people died with her, for only she could melt his heart.
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 The End of the Stalin Myth (from Joseph Stalin) --  Britannica Student Encyclopedia
Many of the dates and facts of Stalin's personal life remain uncertain.
He was married in 1903, at the age of 24, to Ekaterina Svanidze, a native of Georgia.
Their son, Yasha, died in a Nazi prison camp during World War II.
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 Man of the Year - TIME
Joseph Stalin has been married twice: first, in 1903, to a Georgian girl named Ekaterina Svanidze, who died in 1907, and then to Nadya Sergeievna Alleluieva, who died in 1932.
Joseph's cackling, gossipy mother, old Ekaterina Georguvna Djugashvili, whom Soviet and foreign journalists used to dote on interviewing, died in Tiflis in 1937.
She had for several years lived in an apartment in the former palace of the Tsar's Georgian viceroy.
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Stalin was born in Gori, Georgia, to Vissarion Jughashvili.
Their other three children died young; Josef, nicknamed "Soso" (the Georgian pet name for Joseph), was effectively the only child.
This treatise may have contributed to his appointment as People's Commissar for Nationalities Affairs after the revolution (see Lenin's article On the right of nations to self-determination[4] for comparison).
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 Essay Central:  World War II-  Joseph Stalib: Russia's Last Czar
Stalin would be sent to Siberia six times and only once could he not get back.
When returning he married Ekaterina Svanidze whom made his life become joyous.
In 1907 when his wife dies his personality changed for the worse.
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Scholarly estimates of the death toll under Stalin's leadership vary widely, with the average numbers about 20 million [2] over a period of some twenty-three years.
Stalin was born in Georgia, to Ekaterina Geladze, was born a pet name for Joseph), was effectively the only child.
Vissarion was a former serf who, when freed, became a cobbler.
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 Vasili Stalin - Biography
At the end of the war he loaded his plane with valuable goods, gold, and jewelery, which was looted from German homes and flown back to Moscow.
Vasili Stalin had a half brother, named Yakov Dzhugashvili (Svanidze), who was the son of Stalin's first wife, named Ekaterina Svanidze.
During the Second World War his brother Yakov was captured in the battle by the Nazi special forces and was held in a concentration camp.
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 Hitler Bad, But Far From The Worst
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 laborer and sometimes as a cobbler in a shoe factory in Adelkhanov.
Stalin first married Ekaterina Svanidze, who bore him a son, Yash-Jacob Djugashvili.
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