A Stalin Storehouse -- History, New H...

A Stalin Storehouse -- History, New Haven County, Yale University

There are 8 comments on the Hartford Courant story from Apr 1, 2008, titled A Stalin Storehouse -- History, New Haven County, Yale University. In it, Hartford Courant reports that:

Russian movie director Sergei Eisenstein was in Mexico in the early 1930s, making his first American, socialist-backed film, when he seriously miscalculated his relationship with Joseph Stalin.

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bam bam

Manchester, CT

#1 Apr 2, 2008
Stalin was the hardest of hard core communists - why WOULDN'T the Yale commies just adore him? Now they have their shrine from which they can all worship him.
Taxpayer

New Haven, CT

#2 Apr 2, 2008
Let's hope public dollars (state or federal) NEVER get spent on this project and only come from the fat wallets of Yale contributors.

It's a shame even they will be able to write off the donation.
Carol Dove

United States

#3 Apr 2, 2008
There are survivors yet to tell the world what took place on the orders of "Joseph Stalin". Millions of Polish victims yet to be heard. "Katyn" massacre of 22,000 to 25,000 military have been excluded from "Holocaust" along with millions of "Stalin's" Catholic victims. With "Stalin" killing more people that "Hitler" himself history of the "Holocaust" may need to tell the full history. We must remember, both "Stalin" and "Hitler" had a plan and this was to kill "Polands people" not just "Jewish". Now that Poland is free of "Communist" rule the other victim's can speak out. Fifty years the victim's have waited. Thank you for seeing this important historical need.
victim Stalin

United States

#4 Apr 2, 2008
It's about time the "Forgotten Victim's" were remembered by Yale. "Holocaust" seems to forget the millions of Catholic's that were silenced by "Stalin" under "Communist" rule for 50 years.
yalie

New Haven, CT

#5 Apr 3, 2008
You can read a more detailed description of the project here:

http://www.yaledailynews.com/articles/view/23...
ashley

Hillsboro, OR

#6 Apr 4, 2008
um... well i wanna say that this whole story is like amazing to me..........YEA RIGHT!!!!!!!!! lol well ok then i can not understand how ppl can read all this story bout stalin doesn't it get them sleepy well to me it does ALOT!!!! well ok then bye!!!!!
Brent yale press

New Haven, CT

#7 Apr 6, 2008
bam bam wrote:
Stalin was the hardest of hard core communists - why WOULDN'T the Yale commies just adore him? Now they have their shrine from which they can all worship him.
If you read the books in the series Annals of Communism, you would see that "Yale commies" had no part in this. "The History of the Gulag," "The Road to Terror," "The War Against the Peasants," "Katyn: A Crime Without Punishment" expose Stalin's crimes as no other works ever have.
Brent yale press

New Haven, CT

#8 Apr 6, 2008
"Katyn," and the 3-volume study of the famine of 1932-33--"The Tragedy of Russian Countryside" document in unprecendented detail Stalin's crimes against peasants, Poles & Ukrainians.

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