Malenkov


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Malenkov

Georgi Maksimilianovich . 1902--88, Soviet politician; prime minister (1953--55). He was removed from the party presidium (1957) for plotting against Khrushchev; expelled from the Communist Party (1961)
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As the first secretary later revealed to his audience at the PMR plenum in November-December 1961, Soviet leaders Molotov and Malenkov had accused Dej during a meeting in Moscow (26 January to 1 February 1954) of minimizing problems in the Romanian economy and had warned him of an impending crisis.
According to Israeli officials, Bulgarian Foreign Minister Nicolay Malenkov, during a meeting with Netanyahu in Jerusalem two weeks ago, left the impression that Bulgaria would not support the Palestinian move.
i) Yuri Andropov, ii) Leonid Brezhnev, iii) Konstantin Chernenko, iv) Mikail Gorbachev, v) Nikita Krushchev, vi) Georgy Malenkov vii) Vladimir Putin, viii) Joseph Stalin, and, ix) Boris Yeltsin.
Therefore, the Soviet Prime Minister Gheorghi Malenkov, the new course initiator and, consequently, Nagy s supporter, was replaced by Nikolai Bulganin, a close friend of CPSU First Secretary Nikita Khrushchev.
Eisenhower's rigid anti-communism, he argued, blinded him to an opportunity to pursue detente with Stalin's triumvirate of successors, Malenkov, Molotov, and Khrushchev.
Khrushchev defeated Malenkov, in part, by arguing for doctrinal orthodoxy (priority of heavy industry).
Malenkov complaining about his treatment: "There is no need to prod me to get on with my work and during my life I have never permitted this.
Looking at decisions made by Stalin and Truman; Malenkov and Eisenhower; Kennedy, Johnson, and Kruschev; and Brezhnev and Carter, Leffler (history, U.
Prime Minister Clement Attlee was suggesting to Chinese leader Mao Tse-Tung that he might pass on to Mr Malenkov (USSR) that it was the Labour Party's view that Russia, as the world's most heavily armed country, might like to set an example in reducing armaments.
GEC Witton, is one of the places to be visited by the former Russian Prime Minister Mr Georgi Malenkov, during a tour of Britain.
For several years Malenkov had served in Stalin's personal secretariat, which was led by Poskrebyshev.
In the first years after the war, Stalin ruled with the assistance of four leaders: Molotov and Mikoian from the older guard and Malenkov and Beria representing the younger membership of the party.