Stalin's daughter Lana Peters dies at 85

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    globalwatcher

    This is a woman who was caught in a web of different ideologies, cultures and countries. Hope she found peace in God before she died. My great respect to this woman who was very courageous in all her life. Rest in peace.

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    Wolfpack

    This woman had an interesting life; a front row seat of history.

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    Triumvere

    Fascinating.

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    JeremiahW

    Looking back on what my teachers told me about America,what the movies show us and what writers and journalists tell us about those days (1967 was only a few years out of McCarthyism) it is hard to believe she chose the United States over Great Britain or , France or Canada or even Mexico.

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    Elbuda Mexicano

    This reminds of one of Fidel Castro's daughters that also escaped to Miami!

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    MaboDofuIsSpicy

    Did so much and married four times. She really absorbed a lot of pain and suffering. RIP

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    just-a-guy

    In Russia, may people still admires Stalin, the greatest hero in world war 2!

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    timeon

    a mass murderer who killed more people than Hitler, sent millions to gulags, invaded Eastern Europe and economically destroyed all the countries there: yes, a great hero

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    Elbuda Mexicano

    Wow! JeremiahW, even Mexico??

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    LifeIsPain

    it is hard to believe she chose the United States over Great Britain or , France or Canada or even Mexico.

    If you learn anything from this article, it should be that she did not give a flip about the political crap. She probably chose the U.S. for standard of living alone. She may have also included safety, being as mainland America was nearly unscathed despite heavy involvement in two world wars.

    Her residency did not count as support for the U.S. government or America's politics. I don't know why its so hard for people to realIze such a simple truth. Just because I chose to live in Japan does not mean I support everything about this country. And just because I left America does not mean I condemn it utterly.

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    unreconstructed

    She probably chose the U.S. for standard of living alone. She may have also included safety, being as mainland America was nearly unscathed despite heavy involvement in two world wars.

    I love watching nihilists squirm.

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