Religions encourage war and violence to promote their religious goals.
Fedor Fedorovich KUZNETSOV
KUZNETSOV, Fedor was born in 1904.
- Graduated from a rabfak (Workers’ Faculty, a 2-year higher education course for adults of proletarian background), 1931.
At 1952 Communist Party of the Soviet Union Congress elected candidate member of the Central Committee. Deputy, USSR Supreme Soviet of 1950 and 1954 convocation. Member of the Central Committee, Voluntary Society for Cooperation with the Army, Air Force and Navy.
1921 volunteer in Red Army. Until World War II worked for Red Army Political Board. From end of war to 1948 Deputy Head, 1948-1954 Head, 1954-1957 again Deputy Head, Main Political Board, Soviet Army.
1957-1958 Head, Lenin Military and Political Academy.
The emphasis on peaceful coexistence doesn’t mean that the Soviet Union accepted a static world with clear lines. Socialism is inevitable and the "correlations of forces" were moving towards socialism.
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