Willem wrote:Stalin joined the fight against Hitler (after Germany violated the non-aggression pact). Allies needed him to win the war. The enemy of my enemy is my friend and such. Even though he did many terrible things, 'at least he helped us out in our time of need' - forgetting that was out of self-interest too.
Stalin's victims were mostly among his own people. Things that happen close to home have a much bigger impact on how we feel. If we go by the numbers, we'd say Stalin was responsible for about 15 million deaths (or up to 60 million according to other sources in Sovjet Russia.
mspanners wrote:And until Hitler turned on the CCCP they were helping each other out militarily...
Bouncy Castle wrote:A special one-off mini-episode of Doctor Who is to air on BBC Three... Winning entry 'Death Is The Only Answer'...
spideyGirl wrote:chris.ph wrote:bloody moffet im going to punch him if i see him in swansea, there are more questions now than b4 the break
Bouncy Castle wrote:I'm getting so fed up of the music.
For the last few weeks we have been bombarded with "it's brilliant/so funny/incredible writing" interviews from cast/writers.
It may well have been, but a shed-load was drowned out by the so called "background" music.
Same goes for the narration in Confidential.
I'm on the verge of throwing in the towel.
Who's Wee Dug wrote:I thought tonight's episode was a bit crap,I hope there is not another like that one, most dissapointed.
Kin Arad wrote:I hate creepy dolls and everything else that falls into that category, such as clowns and puppets I also don't like River very much
Kin Arad wrote:Who's Wee Dug wrote:I thought tonight's episode was a bit crap,I hope there is not another like that one, most dissapointed.
I liked it, in the sense that it's the only one for a while that's been 'scary', in my opinion, most people probably did not find it frightening at all, but there you go
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