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Memoirs of Nikita Khrushchev 2006 book

Memoirs of Nikita Khrushchev

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Memoirs of Nikita Khrushchev

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ISBN : 9780271028613, 0271028610 
publisher: Pennsylvania State University Press 
publish year: 2006 
pages: 871 
language: English 
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Table Of Contents

0271028610......Page 1
Contents......Page 6
Acknowledgments......Page 10
Abbreviations and Acronyms......Page 12
Soviet Missile Codes......Page 14
The First Postwar Years......Page 18
In Moscow Again......Page 35
Some Comments on Certain Individuals......Page 53
One of Stalin\'s Shortcomings—Anti-Semitism......Page 62
Beria and Others......Page 73
Stalin’s Family, and His Daughter Svetlana......Page 82
Stalin’s Last Years......Page 97
The Korean War......Page 106
Doctors’ Plot......Page 113
The Nineteenth Party Congress......Page 120
After the Nineteenth Party Congress......Page 127
Economic Problems of Socialism in the USSR......Page 130
Stalin About Himself......Page 142
The Death of Stalin......Page 160
My Reflections on Stalin......Page 168
Once Again on Beria......Page 185
After Stalin’s Death......Page 198
From the Nineteenth Party Congress to the Twentieth......Page 216
After the Twentieth Party Congress......Page 237
A Few Words About Government Power, Zhukov, and Others......Page 253
Build More—and with High Quality......Page 260
My Work in Agriculture......Page 314
The Virgin Lands......Page 331
We Have Not Achieved the Abundance We Desire......Page 366
Agriculture and Science......Page 380
Academician Vilyams and His Grass-Field Crop-Rotation System......Page 388
The Agricultural Field as a Chessboard.......Page 391
A Few Words About the Machine and Tractor Stations—and About Specialization......Page 394
We Suffer from the Imperfection of Our Organizational System......Page 398
Corn—A Crop I Gave Much Attention to......Page 409
The Shelves in Our Stores Are Empty......Page 424
Stalin’s Legacy......Page 440
The Soviet Navy......Page 448
Airplanes and Missiles......Page 469
Antimissile Defenses......Page 491
Tanks and Cannon......Page 492
The Problem of Transport:Wheels or Tank Treads?......Page 495
Andrei Sakharov and Nuclear Weapons......Page 497
Cooperation on Outer Space......Page 500
Kurchatov, Keldysh, Sakharov, Tupolev, Lavrentyev, Kapitsa, and Others......Page 507
Reducing the Size of the Soviet Army......Page 527
On Peace and War......Page 530
Nuclear War and Conventional War......Page 534
Arms Race or Peaceful Coexistence?......Page 536
Government Spending......Page 548
I Am Not a Judge......Page 560
Appendixes......Page 582
The Last Romantic Anatoly Strelyany......Page 584
Memorandum of N. S. Khrushchev on Military Reform......Page 669
Memorandum of KGB Chairman Yuri Andropov to the CPSU Central Committee: “On Limiting the Receipt of Foreign Correspondence by N. S. Khrushchev”......Page 677
Announcement of the Death of N. S. Khrushchev......Page 678
The Sendoff......Page 679
Sanitation Day (Notes of a Contemporary on the Funeral of N. S. Khrushchev)......Page 683
Mama’s Notebooks, 1971–1984......Page 692
Biographies......Page 793
Index......Page 864


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