List of statues of Joseph Stalin

This is a list of known monuments dedicated to Joseph Stalin.

Stalin's statues
Massive Stalin statue in Prague
Statue of Stalin in Stalinallee, Berlin, Germany.
Statue of Vladimir Lenin and Stalin at the Leipzig Trade Fair of 1954.
Penza, 1954. Lenin & Stalin near Penza Planetarium
Statue of Stalin and Klement Gottwald at the Gundelfingen stone-cutting company.

AlbaniaEdit

  • A statue of Joseph Stalin stood in Tirana but was taken down in December 1990.
  • A large statue of Stalin, along with one of Lenin, can be found behind the Art Museum in Tirana.

ArmeniaEdit

  • From November 1950 until spring 1962, a huge Stalin statue was located in Yerevan. It was replaced in 1967 by Mother Armenia.[1]

Czech RepublicEdit

GermanyEdit

  • A large statue of Stalin raising his right hand was in Riesa.
  • A statue of Stalin stood in East Berlin's Stalinallee, 1951–61.

GeorgiaEdit

 
Stalin statue in front of the Joseph Stalin Museum in Gori, Georgia

HungaryEdit

LithuaniaEdit

MongoliaEdit

The NetherlandsEdit

  • A statue of Stalin waist-deep in a pond, it is part of a bigger artwork called "Spitting leaders" (Fernando Sánchez Castillo, 2008) in Sonsbeek Park, Arnhem. The artwork depicts four statues: Stalin, Francisco Franco, Louis XIV, and an unidentified fourth leader. Dressed in military uniforms, with badges and medals, they spit water on each other's faces. Not only are they mocked by the artist, but they mock each other.[7]

PolandEdit

RomaniaEdit

RussiaEdit

TajikistanEdit

UkraineEdit

United StatesEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  6. ^ C. Amarcanaa and C. Mainbayar Concise Historical Album of the Mongolian Democratic Union. 2009. Illustration, p. 74
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  11. ^ "Bust of Joseph Stalin, Museum of the Great Patriotic War, Moscow by Watersling". Advisor.Travel. Archived from the original on 2015-07-11. Retrieved 2015-07-10.
  12. ^ "Северная Осетия: 129 день рождения И.В.Сталина в Северной Осетии". Kprf.ru. Retrieved 2015-07-10.
  13. ^ "В Брянске торжественно открыт бюст Сталина". Regnum.ru. 2009-12-22. Retrieved 2015-07-09.
  14. ^ "Russia's Last Stalin Avenue Removes Dictator's Bust Days After Installation". The Moscow Times. 4 May 2021.
  15. ^ "Last Man Standing?". RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty. Retrieved 2015-07-10.
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  17. ^ http://www.washingtontimes.com, The Washington Times (2010-06-07). "Stalin bust has Virginia town red-faced". The Washington Times. Retrieved 2019-07-12.
  18. ^ "D-Day Memorial Board to Relocate Stalin Sculpture". www.dailysignal.com.
  19. ^ Smith, Debbie (2019-03-14). "Resurrecting Stalin: Confronting the Preservation Controversies at the National D-Day Memorial". National Center for Preservation Technology and Training. Retrieved 2019-07-12.

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