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  Nikolai Bulganin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nikolay Aleksandrovich Bulganin (Russian: Никола́й Алекса́ндрович Булга́нин) (May 30, 1895 - February 24, 1975) was a prominent Soviet politician, who served as Minister of Defense (1953-55) and Prime Minister (1955-58).
During World War II Bulganin played a leading role in the government, and also in the Red Army, although he was never a front-line commander.
In September Bulganin was removed from the Presidium and deprived of the title of Marshal.
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Bulganin was born in Nizhny Novgorod, the son of an office worker.
By 1957, however, Bulganin had come to share the doubts held about Khrushchev's liberal policies by the conseravtive group (the so-called "Anti-Party Group") led by Vyacheslav Molotov.
In September Bulganin was removed from the Central Committee and deprived of the title of Marshal.
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 Nikolai Bulganin: biography and encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Nikolai Alexandrovich Bulganin () (May 30 1895 - February 24 1975), Soviet (Soviet: An elected governmental council in a Communist country (especially one that is a member of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics)) politician, was born in Nizhny Novgorod (Nizhny Novgorod: + style="font-size: larger;"nizhny novgorod...
By 1957, however, Bulganin had come to share the doubts held about Khrushchev's liberal policies by the conseravtive group (the so-called "Anti-Party Group (Anti-Party Group: the anti-party group was an epithet used by nikita khrushchev to describe stalinist...
When the conservatives were defeated and removed from power, Bulganin survived for a while, but in March 1958, at a session of the Supreme Soviet (Supreme Soviet: the supreme soviet (,...
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 Nikolay Bulganin
Nikolay Bulganin, the son of a office worker, was born in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, on 30th May, 1895.
Bulganin was, on the other hand, much more easy to assess, and it is not hindsight to say that on that visit I felt convinced his days of glory were soon due for eclipse.
Bulganin gave the impression of being the type of level-headed man who could be a fairly important executive in a commercial firm, or more probably a higher civil servant, in any country and under any kind of regime.
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 AllRefer.com - Nikolai Aleksandrovich Bulganin (Russian, Soviet, And CIS History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Nikolai Aleksandrovich Bulganin[nyikulI´ ulyiksAn´druvich boolgA´nyin] Pronunciation Key, 1895–1975, Soviet military and political leader.
Made a marshal and a deputy premier in 1947, and a full member of the politburo in 1948, he was also defense minister under Joseph Stalin and later under Georgi Malenkov.
With the support of Nikita Khrushchev, who was then head of the Communist party, Bulganin succeeded Malenkov as premier (Feb., 1955).
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 CNN Cold War - Profile: Nikita Khrushchev
In the 1930s Khrushchev was promoted from one political position to the next, until finally, in 1935, he became second in command of the Moscow Communist Party.
When Stalin died in 1953, Khrushchev and Nikolai Bulganin won a power struggle against Stalin's successor, Georgi Malenkov, and secret police chief Lavrenti Beria.
Bulganin became premier, but Khrushchev, in charge of the Communist Party, soon became the dominant figure.
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 Encyclopedia: Nikolai Bulganin
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Nikolai Alexandrovich Bulganin (Никола́й Алекса́ндрович Булга́нин) (born May 30 [ June 11, New Style ], 1895 - February 24, 1975) was a statesman in the USSR.
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 Read about Nikolai Bulganin at WorldVillage Encyclopedia. Research Nikolai Bulganin and learn about Nikolai Bulganin ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
1953, Bulganin moved into the first rank of the Soviet leadership, being appointed to the key post of Defence Minister.
By 1957, however, Bulganin had come to share the doubts held about Khrushchev's liberal policies by the conseravtive group (the so-called "
When the conservatives were defeated and removed from power, Bulganin survived for a while, but in March
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 Presidential Papers, Doc#1937 Secret To Nikolai Aleksandrovich Bulganin, 4 August 1956. In The Papers of Dwight David ...
Chairman of the Soviet Council of Ministers Nikolai A. Bulganin had informed Eisenhower of a unilateral cut in Soviet forces in 1956 of one million two hundred thousand men.
An August 4 State Department draft of this letter, with Eisenhower's approval and emendations is in AWF/I: Bulganin.
Bulganin had written Eisenhower that the U.N. subcommittee's activities were "retarding progress" in the disarmament negotiations (Bulganin to Eisenhower, June 6, 1956, AWF/I: Bulganin).
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 Written biography of Nikolai Bulganin | Life of Nikolai Bulganin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Nikolai Bulganin (1885-1975) was chairman of the Soviet Council of Ministers from 1955 until 1958 and for a brief period of time he was one of the world's most prominent political figures.Nikolai Aleksandrovich Bulganin was born June 11, 1885, in Gorky, formerly called Nizhni Novgorod, a trade and industrial center on the Volga river.
His father worked as an accountant, but little has been revealed about Bulganin's youth, perhaps because he came from a fairly well-to-do family and was given an excellent private school education.
Material relating to his rise to power can be found in a number of general texts, including Leonard Schapiro, History of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (1960); Carl A. Linden, Khrushchev and the Soviet Leadership, 1957-1964 (1966); Edward Crankshaw, Khrushchev: A Career (1966); and Wolfgang Leonard, The Kremlin Since Stalin (1962).
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Communist Party, and Marshal Nikolai Bulganin, Chairman of the Council of...
Foreign observers saw a common denominator in Marshal Bulganin's speech and the floats, posters and slogans displayed everywhere...
Nikolái Alexándrovich Bulganin (En idioma ruso: Николай Александрович Булганин) (Nizhni Novgorod 1895 - † Moscú 1975) Político y mariscal ruso.
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 7. Exchange of Letters, Bulganin- Ben-Gurion, 5 and 8 November 1956.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
On 5 November 1956, Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganin addressed Notes to the Prime Ministers of Britain, France, and Israel.
On 8 November, Prime Minister Ben-Gurion replied to Premier Bulganin and ended by expressing his surprise and sorrow at "the threat against Israel's existence".
The Soviet Government has already expressed its definite condemnation of the armed aggression by Israel as well as by Britain and France against Egypt which was a direct and open violation of the Charter and principles of the United Nations.
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 The Future of Space - Early Cooperation Letters - The Eisenhower Institute, Washington, D.C.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Excerpt of a letter from President Eisenhower to Nikolai Bulganin, Chairman, Council of Ministers, USSR January 13, 1958
It would be tragic if the Soviet leaders were blind or indifferent toward this menace as they were apparently blind or indifferent to the atomic and nuclear menace at its inception a decade ago.
Excerpt of a letter from Nikolai Bulganin to President Eisenhower March 3rd, 1958
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 The Hindu : A peep into the past
SOME months ago when the 31st volume of Selected Works of Jawaharlal Nehru, Second Series, was published, the country learnt for the first time of a remarkably revealing feature of the epoch-making maiden visit to India of the Soviet leaders, Nikolai Bulganin and Nikita Khrushchev, way back in 1955.
It transpired, to the surprise of many, that in the midst of the exceptionably exuberant welcome given to them and the extremely friendly and productive discussions held with them, there was one sticking point.
Nehru was constrained to remonstrate with Bulganin and Khrushchev, politely but firmly, about the penchant of the then undivided Communist Party of India (CPI) to seek and receive "guidance" and "direction" from the Soviet Union on what "line" to follow.
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 Middle East Open Encyclopedia: Nikolai Bulganin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
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 Presidential Papers, Doc#2067 Cable. Secret To Nikolai Aleksandrovich Bulganin, 4 November 1956. In The Papers of ...
Secret To Nikolai Aleksandrovich Bulganin, 4 November 1956.
The Soviets installed a new regime under the leadership of Janos Kadar and would subsequently execute Nagy.
For Bulganin's response to Eisenhower see no. 2084.
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 Bulganin, Nikolai Aleksandrovich - ENCYCLOPEDIA - The History Channel UK
Bulganin, Nikolai Aleksandrovich, 1895-1975, Soviet military and political leader.
Made a marshal and a deputy premier in 1947, and a full member of the politburo in 1948, he was also defense minister under Joseph Stalin
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 The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition: Bulganin, Nikolai Aleksandrovich @ HighBeam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
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 Nikolai A Bulganin, marshal/premier of U.S.S.R. (1955-58), dies at 79 February 24 in History
Nikolai A Bulganin, marshal/premier of U.S.S.R. (1955-58), dies at 79 February 24 in History
Nikolai A Bulganin, marshal/premier of U.S.S.R. (1955-58), dies at 79
Freedom is the freedom to say that two plus two make four.
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 Nikolai Aleksandrovich Bulganin
Made a marshal and a deputy premier in 1947, and a full member of the politburo in 1948, he was also defense minister under Joseph
, who was then head of the Communist party, Bulganin succeeded Malenkov as premier (Feb., 1955).
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BULGANIN, NIKOLAI ALEKSANDROVICH [Bulganin, Nikolai Aleksandrovich], 1895-1975, Soviet military and political leader.
He held posts in industrial management, was mayor of Moscow (1931-37) and chairman of the state bank (1937-41), and served on a military council in World War II.
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