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Chapter 6

HIS344Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Cominform, On The Cult Of Personality And Its Consequences, Nikita Khrushchev


Department
History
Course Code
HIS344Y1
Professor
Vasilis Dimitriadis
Chapter
6

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Release of prisoners
Economic reforms
Pressure on Vietnamese and Korean wars
Left Austria
Proposed another meeting with the Big Three
Moscow divided over how to approach this issue
Posed issued of reunified Germany
Churchill back in power
Riots in East Germany in 1953
Imprisoner Beira (suggested unification)
Ulbricht solidified power
Nothing came of it
Meeting with Big Four
Khrushchev loosening grip
Dissolved Cominform
Welcomed back Tito
Communist Meeting
The "Thaw" in East-West Relations after the Death of Stalin
Keylor, pp. 69-74
Thaw in relations
Rejection of Stalinism
Nationalist uprisings
"Cult of the individual"
Lenin never tried to impose his views, instead he would convince
people until they believed
Stalin abused power
Lenin did not like Stalin
Stalin caused grave harm to the party
Imposed concepts and demanded absolute submission to his opinion
Despotism
Reunite party under ideology
Secret Speech
Kinney, pp. 221-224,
6. From Confrontation to Coexistence and “The
Thaw”
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