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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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Malenkov is a useless buffoon -- though he does get the film's most pithy line, after causing embarrassment by bringing up some disgraced, long-since-executed comrade: "I'm exhausted.
Steve Buscemi as Khrushchev, Jeffrey Tambor as Malenkov, Adrian McLoughlin as Stalin, Dermot Crowley as Kaganovich, Paul Chahidi as Bulganin, Paul Whitehouse as Mikoyan and Simon Russell Beale as Beria
La lider del partido, Dolores Ibarruri, escribio a Georgy Malenkov, miembro del Comite de Defensa y segundo al mando del Sovnarkom (Consejo de Comisarios del Pueblo), aseverando que las casas a las que habian sido evacuados los ninos durante la guerra no eran apropiadas para un desarrollo educativo normal, para el mantenimiento de las provisiones ni para el cuidado de la higiene o la salud, solicitando asi el traslado de las casas a la region de Moscu, "si es posible.
Nevertheless, new Soviet Premier Georgi Malenkov expressed hope of peaceful "coexistence and competition" during his address at Stalin's funeral.
Shortly afterwards internal fighting for power in the Soviet Union started: in mid-March 1953, Malenkov resigned from the post of Secretary of the party and Khrushchev was promoted to the position of First Secretary of the party; in the summer of 1953, Beria was arrested and then killed; in February 1955, Malenkov resigned from the post of Prime Minister, too, Nikolai Bulganin being appointed in his place.
In 1953, Georgy Malenkov was named premier of the Soviet Union a day after the death of Josef Stalin.
In a speech on 7 November 1949," reports Caroline Kennedy-Pipe, Malenkov stated "that if the imperialists decided to unleash a third world war, the war would be the graveyard not only of the imperialists but the whole system" (190 n.
Nominal Soviet leader Georgi Malenkov (supported by Stalin deputy Lavrentiy Beria) issued another call for peace, and the collective leadership brought back the seasoned V.
Cuando Stalin murio, Malenkov lo reemplazo en el cargo y comenzo a gobernar.
In this period similar ideas were promoted by Beria and Malenkov.
Por primera vez, el mundo asistio a la posibilidad de un conflicto sangriento y prologando que involucraba a naciones armadas con bombas atomicas, lo que suponia, como lo reconocio abiertamente Georgi Malenkov, "el fin de la civilizacion del mundo" (59).
In June 1957 the CPSUCC passed a Resolution on Malenkov, Kaganovich, and Molotov Anti-Party Group, expelling them from the central committee (Pikhoia 1995, 3-14; Kovaleva et al.