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de-Stalinization

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  • The New York Times raised the possibility that Khrushchev, the Communist Party chairman, who had led the de-Stalinization movement, had lost out to the hard-line Stalinist wing of the party, repeating speculation making the rounds in Washington—that the British-French assault on Egypt had provided a “moral smoke screen behind which the Soviet leaders found it convenient to operate.”

    Eisenhower 1956

  • Shortly after, when Nikita Khrushchev had just begun his campaign of de-Stalinization, the Soviet leader singled out the hotel ' s ornamentation as unwanted architectural excesses.

    A Revival for Two Stalin-Era Hotels

  • That was also the reaction shortly after the hotel first opened, when Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev had just begun his campaign of de-Stalinization.

    Moscow Hotels Get Glitzy Rehabs, But Where Would Stalin Sleep?

  • But Soviet soft power was undercut by the de-Stalinization in 1956 that exposed his crimes, by the repressions in Hungary in 1956, in Czechoslovakia in 1968 and in Poland in 1981, and by the growing transnational communication of liberal ideas.

    Joseph Nye: Who Caused the End of the Cold War?

  • It broke with the Soviet Union during Kruschev's de-Stalinization reforms because its dictator, Enver Hoxha, liked Stalinism.

    RJ Eskow: Global Pop: Finding Michael Jackson in Albania

  • Or he could have followed the line put forward by the Soviets in the period of “de-Stalinization”: that the Russian people, divorced from their leadership, secured victory by means of their patriotic energies.

    Stalin’s Gift

  • The events that started in Moscow with the de-Stalinization pro gram … are traveling at a pace where the results cannot be predicted….

    Enemies of the People

  • An army doctor at the time, who later became a historian, spoke of the "process of spontaneous de-Stalinization" that took place as a result of the war.

    In Stalin's Trap

  • He saw this story, set in the prison camp at Ekibastuz, where Solzhenitsyn was held for a while, as useful in his de-Stalinization campaign.

    Solzhenitsyn, Optimist

  • The de-Stalinization drive, the Chinese aggression of 1962, the split of the communist Party in 1969, liberation of Bangladesh, the Emergency – one passes many a milestone of Indian history through this absorbing narrative.

    Traveler on the Road : Mohit Sen's Memoirs

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