Nikita Khrushchev

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Soviet statesman and premier who denounced Stalin (1894-1971)

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In fact, he was last seen on April 19 - the day after a Soviet cruiser carrying Soviet leaders Nikita Khruschev and Marshal Nikolai Bulganin arrived in Portsmouth harbour.
The world held its breath for 12 unbearably tense days in October 1962, after President John F Kennedy discovered that Kremlin leader Nikita Khruschev was placing nuclear missile installations on the island.
The presence of an underground repressive force can be seen in the lower right foreground (in the section that looks like a fenced skating rink) where a face and torso resembling a hybrid of Lenin, Joseph Stalin and Nikita Khruschev appears to be embedded in a transparent grave, leaving a lasting and unforgettable impression.
The Government were keen to play down embarrassing claims that he had been spying on Russian ships docked in the harbour during a visit by Soviet leaders Nikita Khruschev and Marshal Nikolai Bulganin.
We had some lettuce and tomatoes and peaches, so it was Spam and salad." Thatcher even went so far as to call Spam "a war-time delicacy." And Soviet leader Nikita Khruschev, best remembered in the United States for threatening to "crush America under our feet," conceded that the Soviets had been in critical condition after German armies overran their best agricultural regions.
The Huntley-Brinkley team covered the November elections, the Eisenhower second-term inauguration and the Brussels World's Fair as well as Nikita Khruschev's famous American visit in 1959.
Rockefeller tells tales of the long list of contacts compiled during his career: Soviet Prime Minister Nikita Khruschev, Egyptian leader Gamal Abdel Nasser, the shah of Iran, Richard Nixon and many other prominent figures from the 20th century.
She was intent on pursuing her "mysterious affinity" for Russian writers, on learning Russian and finding Out "more about the ideology I found both appealing and suspect." Her studies effectively dispelled her initially leftist leanings; soon Nikita Khruschev's 1956 speech to the Twentieth Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union was to confirm and exceed anything she had heard or read about the evils of Stalinism.
But Lederhandler's favorite photograph is of Nikita Khruschev hugging Fidel Castro at the 15th U.N.
Eisenhower and Soviet Premier Nikita Khruschev. The U-2, flown by Francis Gary Powers, was destroyed by the Soviets.
Another photo of a bloated Nikita Khruschev, pounding his shoe on the table at the U.N., made it easier to fear and hate a political philosophy and the people who believed in it.
GEOFF Bubb was a young man working in Birmingham when Communist leaders Nikita Khruschev and Marshal Nikolai Bulganin visited the city from the USSR more than 40 years ago.
In the early '50s, he was featured on the cover of Life following an unprecedented eight-hour "conversation" with Soviet leader Nikita Khruschev. It was an opportunity few western political figures had ever had and one that Humphrey merchandised to the hilt.
It was once said, San Francisco is the only city in the country that would cheer Nikita Khruschev and boo Willie Mays.