nine months before, Khrushchev had abruptly announced the demise of another Soviet state lottery, albeit of a peculiar kind. The Khrushchev government brought an end to the Stalinist institution of “mass subscription bonds” ( massovye podpisaemye zaimy ), lottery bonds whose serial numbers were entered
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Stalin regarding Soviet federalism and examines the main tenets and rules related to state organization provided by the Stalin Constitution of the ussr of 1936. Section 5 considers Khrushchev’s views on the future of the relationship between various Soviet nationalities as well as attempted
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JEREMY R. AZRAEL (Chicago, U.SA.) Khrushchev Remembered When Nikita Khrushchev launched his posthumous denunciation of Joseph Stalin, Western analysts were quick to point out the superficiality and evasiveness of his account. By contrast, when Khrushchev's successors denounced him for
1950s and 1980s. Following an initial proliferation of studies on the Khrushchev years, the Brezhnev era, too, is now re-appearing on the academic scene and is presumably set to be a rapidly expanding topic of historical enquiry over the coming years. Indeed, it seems fair to suggest that there must be
Russian History 36 (2009) 77–87 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2009 DOI 10.1163/187633109X412302 brill.nl/ruhi 1) See Anatoly Glebov, “Na shturm stratosferi,” Tekhnika , 31 (March 1932). Storming the Stratosphere: Space Exploration, Soviet Culture, and the Arts from Lenin to Khrushchev’s Times
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Bibliographic entry in Chapter 14: The United States and the Early Cold War, 1945-1961 | Biographical Studies authorTaubman, WilliamimprintNew York: W. W. Norton, 2003.annotationTaubman emphasizes Khrushchev's hypomaniac characteristics, which produced both volatile behavior and grand schemes in
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leaders. Khrushchev also provides his account of the Cuban missile crisis. The book is translated by Strobe Talbott, with commentary and notes by Edward Crankshaw.keywordsNikita S. Khrushchev; Cuban miss...