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  1. Georgy Maximilianovich Malenkov (6 December [O.S. 23 November] 1901 – 14 January 1988) was a Soviet politician who briefly succeeded Joseph Stalin as the leader of the Soviet Union. However, at the insistence of the rest of the Presidium , he relinquished control over the party apparatus in exchange for remaining Premier and first among equals within the Soviet collective leadership .

  2. Gueorgui Konstantínovich Zhúkov (en ruso, Гео́ргий Константи́нович Жу́ков; 1 de diciembre de 1896 - 18 de junio de 1974) fue un político, militar y mariscal de la Unión Soviética, considerado uno de los comandantes más destacados de la Segunda Guerra Mundial.

  3. On 26 June 1953, a special meeting of the Soviet Politburo was held by Malenkov. Beria came to the meeting with an uneasy feeling because it was called hastily—indeed, Zhukov had ordered General Kirill Moskalenko to secretly prepare a special force and permitted the force to use two of Zhukov's and Defence Minister Nikolai Bulganin 's special cars (which had tinted windows) in order safely ...

  4. The crisis in East Germany, though, provided the pretext that Nikita Khrushchev needed to challenge Beria's power in the Kremlin. Malenkov, who had been Beria's ally, was won over by Khrushchev's intrigues, as were some important segments of the Russian military, which had come to resent the prominence of Beria and his secret police.

  5. 18/12/2021 · Nikolai Bulganin standing with Georgi Malenkov, Maxim Z. Saburov and Premier of Russia Nikita S. Khrushchev during a garden party at the Indian Embassy, 1956, via TimeLife Malenkov was a popular man among the intelligentsia and the more artistic communities.

  6. Devlet kurumlarını yöneten Başbakan Georgi Malenkov ile bir süre rekabet etti. 1955'te Malenkov'u başbakanlıktan uzaklaştırarak yerine kendi adayı Nikolay Bulganin'i getirdi. Mayıs 1955'te ilk dış gezisini Bulganin'le birlikte Yugoslavya'ya yaptı.

  7. Nikita Serguêievitch Khrushchov (também grafado Khrushchev ou Cruschev, em cirílico Никита Сергеевич Хрущёв, transl. Nikíta Syerguêievitch Khruchtchof; Kalinovka, Oblast de Kursk, 15 de abril de 1894 – Moscou, 11 de setembro de 1971) [1] foi um político soviético que liderou a União Soviética durante parte da Guerra Fria como Secretário-Geral do Partido ...

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