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  BooneScuttle5 History - Nikita Boone
Nikita Boone was a band that Myke, Vic, Bob and some other guys (Jay Greenfield, David Angri [aka Butcher] and Bill Funcheon) had in NJ in the '70s.
An early photo of Nikita Boone, unearthed by Jay.
The Lyzzerds - Culture - The Sky - Nikita Boone - BS5
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 CNN Cold War - Profile: Nikita Khrushchev
Nikita Sergeyevich Khrushchev was born in 1894 to an illiterate peasant family in Kalinovka, a village near Russia's border with Ukraine.
To supplement his family's meager income he began working at an early age, but despite this, and despite his father's second job as a coal miner, Khrushchev's family was unable to survive as farmers.
It was the beginning of his activist career: at the age of 18, Khrushchev joined a group of workers who had organized a strike protesting working conditions.
www.cnn.com /SPECIALS/cold.war/kbank/profiles/khrushchev   (649 words)

  
 NIKITA KRUSCHEV (3*)
Taubmann's biography is thorough, tracing Kruschev's origins as a Ukrainian-born Russian who grew up under conditions of grinding poverty, rising above his origins through his cleverness and drive to become a metalworker and enter a higher social class.
However, Kruschev was a young man on the make and threw his lot in with the Bolsheviks since he perceived they provided him with the most opportunity for advancement.
It is by no means an entirely pleasant story, not so much because of the brutalities in which Kruschev was a party, than because of the background of bureaucratic toadying and back-stabbing that runs through the narrative.
www.vectorsite.net /xrnikita.html   (574 words)

  
 Brain-Juice.Com | The Cuban Missile Crisis (1962)
In approximately March or April of 1962, the Soviet Premier, Nikita Kruschev, decided to place offensive missiles in Cuba as a strategic move in the Soviet struggle with the United States.
However, Kruschev’s aim was not the protection of Cuba.
Kruschev finally sent a letter to Kennedy offering to remove the weapons, and Kennedy accepted on the condition that the UN would be allowed to verify the removal.
www.brain-juice.com /cgi-bin/show_wok.cgi?p_id=10&w_id=35   (287 words)

  
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Kruschev's placement of nuclear missiles in Cuba was his response.
As a result, Kruschev was removed from power and replaced by hard-line leaders who began a massive nuclear and conventional arms build-up.
Neither could know that just two years later Kruschev would be out of office and Kennedy would be assassinated, and they would be replaced by leaders who had a complete mis-understanding of what happened in 1962.
www.madison.com /staging/post/blogs/dailybriefing/49728   (939 words)

  
 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Nikita Khrushchev
Khrushchev, Nikita Sergeyevich, 1894-1971, Soviet Communist leader, premier of the USSR (1958-64), and first secretary of the Communist party of the Soviet Union (1953-64).
Nikita KHRUSHCHEV visits a farm in the vicinity of Washington.
President John F. KENNEDY greeting Soviet premier Nikita KHRUSHCHEV in front of the American embassy at the beginning of their first summit conference.
www.encyclopedia.com /SearchResults.aspx?Q=Nikita+Khrushchev&StartAt=11   (675 words)

  
 TIME: The Berlin Wall: Ten Years After
Kruschev, a veteran of the Bolshevik Revolution, won a power struggle to replace Stalin after the dictator's death in 1953.
At the same time, though, Kruschev ordered the brutal suppression of dissent against Soviet rule in Eastern Europe during the '50s, most notably the bloody crackdown on the Hungarian revolt of 1956.
Kruschev was considered too reformist for many Soviet apparatchiks, however, and he was ousted by a conservative group led by Leonid Brezhnev in 1964.
www.time.com /time/daily/special/berlin/players.html   (1594 words)

  
 Nikita Sergeyevich Khrushchev, Dictator of the Month, October, 2003
Nikita Sergeyevich Khrushchev (Russian: Ники́та Серге́евич Хрущёв) (nih-KEE-tah khroo-SHCHOFF) (April 17, 1894 - September 11, 1971) was a Soviet politician.
The famous image where he is seen holding a shoe is manipulated (It would be impractical to hold a shoe by the heel if one intends to bang the table with it).
Nikita Khrushchev at the Simferopol Space Control CenterDuring a Big Four summit in Paris on May 16, 1960, Khrushchev demanded an apology from US President Dwight D. Eisenhower for U-2 spy plane flights over the Soviet Union.
www.dictatorofthemonth.com /Kruschev/Oct2003KruschevEN.htm   (842 words)

  
 Nikita-Kruschev
Nikita Sergeyevich Khrushchev (1894-1971) was the leader of the Soviet Union after the death of Joseph Stalin.
I'm told by a Russian friend of mine that the stark contrast in the sculpture is meant to represent the contrasts in Khrushchev's personality.
Below is the lettering that is positioned at the foot of the memorial.
www.kingdouglas.com /Novodevichy/pages/Nikita-Kruschev.htm   (76 words)

  
 Nikita Khrushchev
Nikita Khrushchev, the grandson of a serf and the son of a coal miner, was born in Kalinovka, Ukraine on 5th April, 1894.
(A2) Nikita Khrushchev was the secretary of the Moscow Regional Committee in 1939.
(A4) Nikita Khrushchev was critical of Stalin's cultural policies implemented by Andrey Zhdanov.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /RUSkhrushchev.htm   (4075 words)

  
 LET'S ANALYZE THE THEORY OF PREEMPTION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
He reminds me quite a lot of Nikita Kruschev, but even Kruschev knew what would happen if America were attacked with biological or nuclear weapons.
Kruschev was the supreme leader of a bona-fide superpower, and he dared not fight his wars with germs and atoms.
Even if Sadaam is dim enough to act differently, such an attack would immediately give America the moral high ground and would just as quickly satisfy all pre-requisites for fighting a just war.
www.cptexas.org /articles/vp92602.shtml   (878 words)

  
 The Partial Observer - Dear Jon's Encyclopedia
According to the film, Kruschev was a Commisar, a ranking party official, sent by Stalin personally to take over the defense of Stalingrad after early gains by the German invaders had pushed the Soviet defenders to the brink of annihiliation.
Kruschev is at least partially credited with the tactics that stemmed the German advance and turned the tide of the battle.
As premier of the Soviet Union, he was accosted by Eisenhower's Vice-President Richard Nixon in the famous "kitchen debate" during a joint tour of a showcase for modern living.
www.partialobserver.com /DJEEntry.cfm?EncID=461   (392 words)

  
 ELFARO.NET / El primer periódico digital latinoamericano
Kruschev presentó un Informe al XX° Congreso del PCUS donde se criticaba el “culto a la personalidad” promovido por Stalin y los “errores” del fallecido dirigente durante las más de tres décadas en que gobernó con mano de hierro.
Kruschev esperaba sorprender a su rival con una situación de hecho.
Nikita Kruschev consiguió su propósito: el compromiso norteamericano de retirar, discretamente, unos meses más tarde, sus misiles de Turquía.
www.elfaro.net /Secciones/opinion/20060925/opinion7_20060925.asp   (1486 words)

  
 Soviet wrestlers mourn Ronald Reagan. - By Dave McKenna - Slate Magazine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
Nikita Koloff is a fan of the dead president, too.
Nikita Koloff was introduced to fans as the nephew of Ivan Koloff, the elder statesman of ring Russkies and, at the time, the only Soviet character in the NWA stable.
Ivan Koloff, who, like Nikita, retired from wrestling in the early 1990s, says that the end of the Cold War "took the edge off" his character.
slate.msn.com /id/2102264   (1370 words)

  
 Metroactive Bars & Clubs | The Rat Pack
As Nikita shut his eyes and ordered his missiles to be launched, the orange mushroom cloud he saw in his mind's eye became transformed into Shirley's copper hair, her elfin grin, her enchanting laugh.
Within hours of Kruschev's 1968 death (from acute ethanol poisoning), the Rat Pack rebellion had completely swept the occupiers from the land and the Stars and Stripes once again flew from America's makeshift capitol in the Circus Circus lobby.
Democracy was restored and the new government sought out the few bartenders who had survived the occupation and set them to work teaching their sacred craft to a new generation of eager acolytes.
www.metroactive.com /papers/metro/06.11.98/cover/ratpack13-9823.html   (1340 words)

  
 Nikita Khrushchev - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nikita Khrushchev was born in the village of Kalinovka, Dmitriyev Uyezd, Kursk Guberniya, Russian Empire, now occupied by the present-day Kursk Oblast in Russia.
The Case of Khrushchev's Shoe, by Nina Khrushcheva (Nikita's granddaughter), New Statesman, Oct. 2, 2000.
Serye volki (1993), Film chronicles the plot to expel Nikita Khrushchev from his post of CPSU Secretary General.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Nikita_Kruschev   (3081 words)

  
 Che Guevara hero file
Castro declares that Cuba is now a socialist state, although Soviet leader Nikita Kruschev publicly states that Castro is not a communist.
After a tense 13-day standoff between US President John F. Kennedy and Soviet leader Nikita Kruschev the missiles are removed on condition that the US withdraws its missiles stationed in Turkey and ceases its attempts to overthrow Castro.
During the crisis Guevara argues in favour of a first strike and is bitterly disappointed when the missiles are withdrawn.
www.moreorless.au.com /heroes/guevara.html   (3891 words)

  
 Brain-Juice.Com | The Cuban Missile Crisis (1962)
Castro had long desired short-range missiles capable of attacking Miami, hoping that this would deter a possible U.S. invasion.
This moment in history is widely regarded as the closest the world has come to nuclear war.
He felt betrayed by Kruschev and dismissed by Kennedy.
www.brain-juice.com /cgi-bin/show_wok.cgi?p_id=10&w_id=35   (287 words)

  
 Invincible Iron Man Masterworks Vol. 1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
Behind the Iron Curtain, Soviet leader Nikita Kruschev is led into the private laboratory of Professor Vanko, aka The Crimson Dynamo, the world's greatest expert on electricity.
He disintegrates an Iron Man replica, stops a tank from moving in its tracks, and impresses Kruschev immeasurably (despite the Soviet leaders concerns that Vanko is too diabolical and egotistical to trust.) Kruschev challenges the Crimson Dynamo to go to America and destroy Iron Man and Tony Stark.
He then is inspired to another plan: he blocks the electrically armored man inside a prison of tree trunks, then comes back after a brief time and grabs the trapped villain and carries him off and threatens to drop him into the ocean where he will electrocute himself.
www.marvelmasterworks.com /im/tos46.html   (770 words)

  
 AGS Consulting   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
Nikita Kruschev stood before the United Nations in the early 1960s.
In this regard he removed his shoe and began to pound the lectern, proclaiming to the West: "We will bury you!" How ironic that Communism was buried under the weight of its own failures.
Kruschev, and others, did not foresee the role that selfishness would play.
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 HISTORICAL EVENTS - 1950—1956 The formation of the community of Europe - International events - East-West dialogue - ...
The First Secretary of the Communist Party, Nikita Kruschev, makes a speech on the occasion of his visit from 15 to 18 September 1959 to the United States, where he was welcomed by the American President Dwight D. Eisenhower (first on the right).
Nikita Khrushchev at the 20th Congress of the CPSU (1956)
Boosted by advances it had made in thermonuclear power and the space race, the USSR wanted to profit from the new climate of peace in the world to take the rivalry between itself and the United States onto a purely ideological and economic level.
www.ena.lu /europe/formation-community/visit-nikita-kruschev-united-states-1959.htm   (805 words)

  
 Boston Review: Alan Stone on Burnt by the Sun (film review)
I put it down to Slavic histrionics, like Nikita Kruschev banging his shoe on the table at the UN.
The film is about life during Stalin's reign of terror; but at its bitter-sweet, sentimental heart it is about that father and his daughter and their special lovefor each other.
The fortunate Nikita Mikhalkov studied acting at the Stanislavsky theater Children's studio, made his film debut as an actor at age 16, and directed his first major Soviet film before turning 30.
bostonreview.net /BR20.4/Stone.html   (2984 words)

  
 Nikita Sergeyevich Kruschev
Soviético, Kruschev nació el 17 de abril de 1894 en Kalinovka (Kursk) en una familia campesina y numerosa con serios problemas económicos.
Durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial Kruschev asumió en Ucrania grandes responsabilidades políticas y económicas y organizó actividades guerrilleras en la retaguardia nazi.
Luego de una etapa de retiro tras la segunda guerra, regresó al Politburó en 1949 y al celebrarse el XIX Congreso del PCUS, último en vida de Stalin, Kruschev, junto con Malenkov fueron determinados los delfines de la sucesión que terminó por volverse violenta al morir Stalin en 1953 en circunstancias poco claras.
www.iea.gob.mx /efemerides/efemerides/biogra/kruschev.htm   (418 words)

  
 Fobia Social, El Portal
Kruschev no podía pretender borrar de un plumazo la herencia de Stalin.
Publicado: 10 Dic 2006 - 07:07 Asunto: Nikita Kruschev
Kruschev era un totalitario más, repudiaría a Stalin, pero no abandonó el poder, (eso a los dictadores les vuelve locos)
www.fobiasocial.net /postp233431.html   (2248 words)

  
 Thirteen Days/Brian W. Fairbanks-Writer/Paris Woman Journal
The president was John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the handsome Irishman perceived as a weakling by Soviet leader Nikita Kruschev.
With the fiasco of the Bay of Pigs invasion of 1961 still hanging in the White House air like the scent of sizzling bacon, Kennedy was vulnerable.
But Thirteen Days suggests that the real showdown was between Kennedy and his own Joint Chiefs of Staff who shared Kruschev's belief that Kennedy was "too liberal to fight." At the first sign that the U.S.S.R. is encroaching on American turf, the generals are itching for war.
www.angelfire.com /oh2/writer/thirteendays.html   (850 words)

  
 Kruschev - En BloGalaxia
kruschev en anticapitalismo y antiglobalización: construcción d eun mundo y una vida mejor sin opres
Paul nació en el seno de una familia judía originaria de Odessa y tuvo la oportunidad de ir a estudiar a la URSS gracias a la visita de Kruschev a los EEUU en 1959, tras lo cual autorizó los intercambios estudiantiles.
El discurso secreto de Kruschev El discurso de Kruschev en el congreso comunista hace 50 años hizo evidente que las creencias de la ideología eran falsas y corruptas.
www.blogalaxia.com /busca/kruschev   (1901 words)

  
 The Fog Of War
Moreover, Castro had urged the Russians to use them if the U.S. invaded even though it meant that Cuba would be vaporized.
Nikita Kruschev didn't want war, but he couldn't be perceived as weak.
During the delicate stand-off, former U.S. ambassador to Russia Tommy Thompson faced up to Kennedy and told him the only way out was to give Kruschev and opportunity to save face.
www.roanoke.com /roatimes/news/story163756.html   (404 words)

  
 CommUnity of Minds : Working Together
At that time, the United States of America and the Soviet Union came very close, as close as ever, to the edge of a nuclear catastrophe and the top leaders of the two countries, John Kennedy and Nikita Kruschev bore a large part of the responsibility for what happened.
Both Kennedy and Kruschev had not much time remaining in the arena of history and their departure, the departure of both of these men was unexpected.
What I would like to say is that it was not their fault that the process that they started, that the process did not evolve further after they left the political arena.
solutions.synearth.net /2003/10/03   (3663 words)

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