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Brezhnev

Leonid Ilyich . 1906--82, Soviet statesman; president of the Soviet Union (1977--82); general secretary of the Soviet Communist Party (1964--82)
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Letter to Brezhnev stars Alexandra Pigg, Peter Firth and Margi Clarke, on the roof of FACT Pictures: CRAIG GALLOWAY
Te agradeceria que suprimieras la historia que te conte acerca de Brezhnev.
In his highly opinionated account of Soviet leaders, Volkogonov casts Brezhnev as a mediocrity, maintaining that the diaries offer evidence of the "pathetically low intellectual level of .
Both men discuss their children and Brezhnev talks about his grandson's bid to pass college entrance exams.
we head the two most powerful nations and, while we will naturally in negotiations have some differences, it is essential that those two nations, where possible, work together,'' Nixon told Brezhnev.
Needless to say, Assad and Nasrallah possess the same wealth of ideological jargon that Brezhnev had, for example in warning against conspiracies and evil plots that will affect everyone, and which justify Syrian intervention in Lebanon and now Lebanese intervention in Syria.
Moscow officials said Brezhnev died of a heart attack or stroke.
They're giving Brezhnev a bad time, and they're trying to undercut all of the changes you [Khrushchev] made and all of the changes Brezhnev has made and wants to make .
Other wild rumors were that Gagarin was drunk while piloting the aircraft; or that Brezhnev somehow staged the crash because he was jealous of Gagarin's immense popularity.
They also accuse him of blind economic policies similar to the years of stagnation under Brezhnev.
At least that's what I thought--as a young child--when Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev appeared on TV Just like Denis Healey, the avuncular, charming and eminently popular UK Labour chancellor of the exchequer of the day, Brezhnev seemed a cuddly teddy bear.
Two hundred London cabs featuring some of the most iconic murals from Berlin's East Side Gallery including the famous kiss between Leonid Brezhnev and Erich Honecker will for four weeks draw attention to Germany as a vibrant and modern travel destination with the slogan "Post-Wall Germany 20 years on.