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DE-STALINIZATION

BY: AMIR MILAK
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Amir Milak

on 29 April 2010

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Transcript of DE-STALINIZATION

DE-STALINIZATION BEGINNING END WHAT DID IT DO? Stalin dies in 1953.
De-stalinization started almost imediantly after his death.
It was the denouncing of everything political that Stalin had issued during his political reighn.

It was created to start a change on Russia.
The power of the Secret Police was curbed.
Many forced-labor camps were closed. WHO SUPPORTED IT? Many people that supported it were Liberals.
Nikita Krushchev was the biggest supporter or de-Stalinization.
Also many writers were happy to gain cultural freedom.
Writers like Boris Pasternak were allowed to finish their works on communism. FOREIGN POLICY "Peaceful coexistance" with capitalism was possible.
Great wars were not inevitable.
Krushchev began wooing the new nations Asia and Africa, even if they were not Communist, with promises and aid.
REBELLIONS Poland began extensive rioting which brough on a new government that managed to win greater autonomy.
Hungary also experienced a tragic revolution led by students and workers.
Hungary was promised free elections and the Soviets lied and attacked Hungary. By late 1962, opposition in party circles to Krushchev's policies was strong.
In 1964 Khrushchev fell in a bloodless palace revolution. RE-STALINIZATION?? From 1906 to 1982 the Soviet Union began a limited period of re-Stalinization.
The reason for this development was that Khrushchev's Communist colleagues saw de-Stalinization as a dangerous, two sided threat.
Another reason was for conservative opposition was that Khrushchev's policy toward the West was erratic and ultimately unsuccessful. BY: AMIR MILAK THE END!
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