In 1943, the group created a song titled, “Stalin Wasn’t Stallin,’” which captured the essence of World War II and the relationship between Joseph Stalin and Adolf Hitler, and Stalin’s victorious ending to the war. During the second World War, there was allyship between the Soviet Union and the United States against Germany. The song created by the Golden Gate Quartet celebrated the efforts of Joseph Stalin after defeating Germany in World War II.
President Franklin D. Roosevelt stated:
“The world has never seen greater devotion, determination, and self sacrifice, that have been displayed by the Russian people and their armies under the leadership of Marshall Joseph Stalin.”