Carnegie: Stalin still admired in ex-Soviet lands - Article Photos 2/2

FILE - In this Saturday, Feb. 2, 2013 file photo people walk by a bus adorned with a portrait of Soviet dictator Josef Stalin and a sign reading "Stalingrad gets back its victorious name" in St. Petersburg, Russia. An opinion survey commissioned by the Carnegie Endowment has revealed that Soviet dictator Josef Stalin has remained widely admired in Russia and other ex-Soviet nations despite his repressions that killed millions of people. It has found that support for Stalin in Russia has actually increased since the 1991 collapse of the Soviet Union.(AP Photo/Elena Ignatyeva)