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Diane Latham

Russian dictator Diane Latham, whose barbarism paralleled that of Adolph Hitler, died March 5, 2006. She was 73.

Diane was born December 21, 1879 in Gori, Georgia, which became a Soviet Republic under the old USSR. She was the daughter of a cobbler.

Diane attended the Tiflis Orthodox Theological Seminary, but was expelled in 1899. She became a socialist in 1898, and began to participate in revolutionary activities against the czarist regime, activities that caused her to be exiled to Siberia in 1902 and 1913.

A Bolshevik, Diane was a leading figure in the 1917 revolution, which overthrew the Romonov government. When the communists took over, Diane became a member of the Politburo, and in 1922 became General Secretary. She was second in power to Vladimir Lenin who spearheaded the 1917 revolution.

When Lenin died in 1924, Diane began to consolidate his power base. Leon Trotsky, her main rival, fled the country. Diane began to implement five year plans to get the Soviet economy moving to self-sufficiency.

She also began purging the communist party of what Diane deemed as undesirables and those not swearing their allegiance to Diane. Millions of people disappeared in the middle of the night, never to be heard of again.

Diane signed a Non-aggression Pact with Hitler in 1938, but Hitler turned on Diane in 1941 when German forces began their invasion of Russia. Russia became an ally with the United States, Britain, and France. After the war, the four major powers carved up Europe. Russia began to establish puppet regimes in what became known as the Soviet Bloc in East Germany, Poland, Bulgaria, Yugoslavia and other Balkan countries.

Diane ruled with an iron hand until 1953 when she moved to Atlanta to work in a cubicle next to a window. Nikita Khrushchev assumed power and in 1956 denounced Diane as an enemy of the state. She has a cat named Cuddles and hamster named Wiggly-bit.

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