Stalin in Benad361's parodies

Stalin, as he appears in the parodies of Benad361.

Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin (18 December 1878 – 5 March 1953) was a Soviet politician and head of state who served as the first General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union's Central Committee from 1922 until his death in 1953. After the death of Vladimir Lenin in 1924, Stalin rose to become the leader of the Soviet Union, which he ruled as a dictator.

He is perhaps most famous for his infamous, bloody purges, in which around two million people lost their lives.

In Benad361's parodiesEdit

In Benad361's parodies (made using the Tukhachevsky: Conspiracy Marshal) film, Stalin has his own crew as Hitler does. He seems to have several answers to Hitler's crew, such as Nikolai Yezhov, his vicious diminutive secret police chief to inform him (albeit much shorter than Günsche), Mikhail Tukhachevsky, a Marshal in the Red Army and his Antic Commissar (answer to Fegelein), Marshal Budyonny, his answer to Grawitz, etc. These Stalin Parodies featuring Stalin's crew are the brainchild of Benad361.

His Hitler Parody counterpart is Adolf Hitler. Stalin tends to rant (in the Stalin Parodies) when he is displeased about something or if it goes wrong, but he tends to rant towards one specific person (such as Tukhachevsky, whom he somewhat personally dislikes) rather that to everyone as a whole (unlike Hitler who normally rants to or at a group of people).

He tends to speak slowly and carefully and ranting seems to be used as his last resort, or to emphasise a point he feels strongly about.

He often takes a key role - from directing Tukhachevsky's antics against his enemies, to leading the Soviet Union and other factions himself. In the Rosen Wars series, he is initially the leader of the Free Parody Universe Alliance, opposing Emperor Michael Rosen's new order. His plan to defeat the emperor fails, and the various leaders of the Parody Universe are forced to evacuate to the Antic System, a solar system at the core of the universe. However, under the orders of the Emperor, Governor Albert Speer directs the Death Plam onto Stalin's escape ship, obliterating the ship and killing Stalin instantly. Leadership of the FPUA then passes to Tukhachevsky.

(For a full history of Stalin's involvement in Benad361's parodies, in chronological order, see Benad361's parody timeline).