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B. 2009-10-13 Russian court rejects Stalin case Moscow
C. 2006-05-01 Europeans hold May Day protests Moscow
D. 2001-08-19 Russia commemorates 1991 coup Moscow
E. Dissolution of the Soviet Union Moscow
F. Mikhail Gorbachev becomes Premier of Soviet Union Moscow
Death of Joseph Stalin

Europeans hold May Day protests  25,000 Russian trade unionists and several thousand Communists marched for social welfare Russia commemorates 1991 coup  Muscovites who defended the parliament from tanks sent to crush resistance gathered outside the building Dissolution of the Soviet Union
Russian court rejects Stalin case

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  A court has rejected a lawsuit filed by the grandson of Joseph Stalin claiming a Russian newspaper had defamed the Soviet dictator

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Dec. 26, 1991
  The declaration acknowledging the independence of the erstwhile Soviet republics and creating the Commonwealth of Independent States

Mar. 11, 1985
  Gorbachev was elected General Secretary by the Politburo. His policies of glasnost and perestroika contributed to the end of the Cold War
Nov. 10, 1982 Death of Leonid Brezhnev Map of Mozhaysky District Moscow Oblast Russia
  He died aged 76 after suffering a heart attack following years of serious ailments. His death was officially acknowledged on 11 November
Mar. 5, 1953 Death of Joseph Stalin Map of Kuntsevo Dacha Kuntsevo District Moscow Russia
  Stalin (18 December 1878[1] 5 March 1953, birth surname: Dzhugashvili) was the leader of the Soviet Union from the mid-1920s until his death

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