Death of Politician Nikita Khrushchev



11 September 1971

Nikita Khrushchev (15 April 1894- 11 September 1971) led the Soviet Union during part of the Cold War. He served as First Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union from 1953 to 1964, and as Chairman of the Council of Ministers, or Premier, from 1958 to 1964. Khrushchev was responsible for the partial de-Stalinization of the Soviet Union, for backing the progress of the early Soviet space program, and for several relatively liberal reforms in areas of domestic policy. Khrushchev's party colleagues removed him from power in 1964, replacing him with Leonid Brezhnev as First Secretary and Alexei Kosygin as Premier.

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    Furious over the U-2 spy-plane incident,Khrushtchev decided to boycott the Summit Conference.Instead,he drove to 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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    Furious over the U-2 spy-plane incident,Khrushtchev decided to boycott the Summit Conference.Instead,he made an excursion to the village of Moeurs,where his Minister of Defence,Rodion Malinovski,had been billeted during WW I.Enthusiastic reception at Moeurs,1960

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    Furious over the U-2 spy-plane incident,Khrushtchev decided to boycott the Summit Conference.Instead,he made an excursion to the village of Moeurs,where his Minister of Defence,Rodion Malinovski,had been billeted during WW I.Enthusiastic reception at Moeurs,1960

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    Furious over the U-2 spy-plane incident,Khrushtchev decided to boycott the Summit Conference.Instead,he made an excursion to the village of Moeurs,where his Minister of Defence,Rodion Malinovski,had been billeted during WW I.Enthusiastic reception at Moeurs,1960

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    Furious over the U-2 spy-plane incident,Khrushtchev decided to boycott the Summit Conference.Instead,he drove to the village of Moeurs,where his Minister of Defence,Rodion Malinovski,had been billeted in WW I. Enthousiastic reception in Moeurs,1960

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    Furious over the U-2 spy-plane incident,Khrushtchev decided to boycott the Summit Conference.Instead,he drove to the village of Moeurs,where his Minister of Defence,Rodion Malinovski,had been billeted in WW I. Enthousiastic reception in Moeurs,1960

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    Before some 2.000 journalists,Khrushtchev held a closing press conference at the Palais Chaillot,Paris. He blasted the West,the Western press ("riff-raff") and heaped praise on his silent shadow,Defence Minister Malinowski.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"). Soviet Foreign Minister Andrej Gromyko next to Khrushtchev. Palais Chaillot,Paris,1960.

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    Before some 2.000 journalists,Khrushtchev held a closing press conference after the Paris Summit 1960. He blasted the West,the Western press ("riff-raff") and heaped praise on his silent shadow,Defence Minister Malinowski.Paris,1960

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    Before some 2.000 journalists,Khrushtchev held a closing press conference at the Palais Chaillot,Paris. He blasted the West,the Western press ("riff-raff") and heaped praise on his silent shadow,Defence Minister Malinowski.Paris,1960

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    Before some 2.000 journalists,Khrushchev held a closing press conference at the Palais Chaillot,Paris. He blasted the West,the Western press ("riff-raff") and heaped praise on his silent shadow,Defence Minister Malinowski.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,Khrushchev held a closing press conference at the Palais Chaillot,Paris. He blasted the West,the Western press ("riff-raff"). Defense Minister Rodion Malinowski on Khrushchev's left,Foreign minister Andrej Gromyko right.

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    Before some 2.000 journalists,Khrushchev held a closing press conference at the Palais Chaillot,Paris. He blasted the West,the Western press ("riff-raff") and heaped praise on his silent shadow,Defence Minister Malinowski.Paris,1960

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    Before some 2.000 journalists,Khrushtchev held a closing press conference at the Palais Chaillot,Paris. He blasted the West,the Western press ("riff-raff") and heaped praise on his silent shadow,Defence Minister Malinowski.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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    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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