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    Furious over the U-2 spy-plane incident,Khrushchev decided to boycott the Paris Summit Conference 1960. He visited the village of Moeurs,where his Minister of Defence,Rodion Malinovski,had been billeted in WW I. To prove his mettle,he took the axe of a woodcutter.

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    Nikita Khrushchev, First Secretary of the Soviet Communist Party, during his first visit in Yugoslavia after the rupture with Tito. Khrushchev (left), Tito and his wife Jovanka. Belgrade,March 1955

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    The reconciliation between the Soviet Union and Tito's Yugoslavia in Belgrade: host Tito and his wife Jovanka, guests Nikita Khrushchev and Anastas Mikoyan, member of the Central Committee USSR. Belgrade, March 1955

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    Summit Conference,Geneva,1955. Nikita S.Khrushchev,First Secretary of the Central Committee of the Soviet Communist Party, shares a joke with Soviet Minister of Defense Marshall Zhukov.

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    Paris Summit Conference 1960: Before some 2.000 journalists,Khrushtchev held a closing press conference blasting the West and the Western press ("riff-raff"). Soviet Foreign Minister Andrej Gromyko next to Khrushtchev. Palais Chaillot,Paris,1960.

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    Reconciliation between Tito's Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union.A Soviet delegation including Anastas Mikoyan,Nikita Khrushchev and Nikolai Bulganin visited Belgrade in May 1955.Khrushtchev at the Tomb of the Unknown Sodier in Belgrade,1955

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    During a nine-day state visit to Austria, Nikita Khrushchev paid an informal visit to a farm at Rust, Burgenland, which belongs to two brothers of President of parliament Leopold Figl. Khrushchev seems to enjoy the farm-food and local wine.

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    Before some 2.000 journalists,Khrushtchev held a closing press conference at the Palais Chaillot,Paris and blasted the West and the Western press. Portrait of Khrushchev. Paris,1960.

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    Paris Summit Conference 1960: Before some 2.000 journalists,Khrushtchev held a closing press conference blasting the West and the Western press ("riff-raff"). Palais Chaillot,Paris,1960.

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    During a nine-day state visit to Austria, Nikita Khrushchev paid an informal visit to a farm at Rust, Burgenland, which belongs to two brothers of President of parliament Leopold Figl. Khrushchev is showing Figl just how big a pig he intends to give him, should he come to the Soviet Union. Rust, July 1960

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    Failed Paris Summit Conference 1960: Khrushtchev and De Gaulle flanked by the Garde Republicaine.

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    Before some 2.000 journalists,Khrushtchev held a closing press conference at the Palais Chaillot,Paris and blasted the West and the Western press. Portrait of Khrushchev. Paris,1960.

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    Reconciliation between Tito's Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union.A Soviet delegation including Anastas Mikoyan,Nikita Khrushchev and Nikolai Bulganin visited Belgrade in May 1955.Meeting between the Yugoslav and the Soviet delegation.Belgrade,1955

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    Reconciliation between Tito's Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union.A Soviet delegation including Anastas Mikoyan,Nikita Khrushchev and Nikolai Bulganin visited Belgrade in May 1955.From l to r:Mikoyan Khrushchev,Bulganin.

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    The reconciliation between the Soviet Union and Tito's Yugoslavia in Belgrade: host Tito and his wife Jovanka, guests Nikita Khrushchev and Nikolai Bulganin,Prime- minister USSR. Belgrade, March 1955

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    Failed Paris Summit Conference 1960: Khrushchev greeted by President De Gaulle at the Elysee. Paris,1960

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    Paris Summit Conference 1960: Before some 2.000 journalists,Khrushtchev held a closing press conference blasting the West and the Western press ("riff-raff"). Palais Chaillot,Paris,1960.

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    Before some 2.000 journalists,Khrushtchev held a closing press conference at the Palais Chaillot,Paris and blasted the West and the Western press. Portrait of Khrushchev. Paris,1960.

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    Paris Summit Conference 1960: Before some 2.000 journalists,Khrushtchev held a closing press conference blasting the West and the Western press ("riff-raff"). Palais Chaillot,Paris,1960.

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    During a nine-day state visit to Austria, Nikita Khrushchev paid an informal visit to a farm at Rust, Burgenland, which belongs to two brothers of President of parliament Leopold Figl. Khrushchev seems to enjoy the farm-food and local wine.

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    Reconciliation between Tito's Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union.A Soviet delegation including Anastas Mikoyan,Nikita Khrushtchev and Nikolai Bulganin visited Belgrade in May 1955.From l to r:Mikoyan, Chrushtchev,Tito,Bulganin.Belgrade,1955

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    Reconciliation between Tito's Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union.A Soviet delegation including Anastas Mikoyan,Nikita Khrushtchev and Nikolai Bulganin visited Belgrade in May 1955.From l to r:Mikoyan, Chrushtchev,Tito,Bulganin.Belgrade,1955

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    Summit Conference Geneva,1955:Participants:USA:Dwight D.Eisenhower,John Foster Dulles;Soviet Union:Nikolai Bulganin,Nikita Khushchev;France:Edgar Faure,Antoine Pinay;GB:Anthony Eden,Harold Macmillan.The Soviet delegation,led by Nikita Khrushchev and V.Molotov.

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    Summit Conference,Geneva 1955:Nikita Khrushchev, First Secretary of the Soviet Communist Party, greets the curious crowds.

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