- "Stalin's goal is for Russia to become a leading power in the world, which means having better weapons than our enemies and our allies."
- ―Ivchenko to Roger Dooley
Joseph Stalin was the Leader of the Soviet Union before, during and after World War II.
Stalin ordered the formation of Leviathan following the end of World War I, a spy agency that would ensure that the Soviet Union became a leading power in the world.
In February 1945, Stalin attended the Yalta Conference with the President of the United States Franklin D. Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill.
When Johann Fennhoff of Leviathan failed in his campaign to get revenge on Howard Stark for the Battle of Finow, Stalin was unforgiving, to the point that Dottie Underwood feared to return to Russia.
Churchill, Roosevelt, and Stalin at the Yalta Conference.