9 February, 13:01
Why was Stalin feared in the Soviet Union?
9 February, 14:11
Answer: He wanted to be feared. It was his only way of maintaining power. So in some ways you could say the one who was most scared in the Soviet Union was Stalin himself.
9 February, 15:41
He had a very weak power base?
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