The Day Khruschev Panicked

George B. Mair


The Day Khruschev Panicked

The Day Khruschev Panicked

  • Title: The Day Khruschev Panicked
  • Author: George B. Mair
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  • Page: 460
  • Format: Hardcover

Nikita Khrushchev Nikita Sergeyevich Khrushchev April September was a Soviet statesman who led the Soviet Union during part of the Cold War as the First Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union from to , and as Chairman of the Council of Ministers, or Premier, from to .Khrushchev was responsible for the de Stalinization of the Soviet Union, for backing the On the Cult of Personality and Its Consequences On the Cult of Personality and Its Consequences Russian , O kul te lichnosti i yego posledstviyakh was a report by Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev, First Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, made to the th Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Making the Modern World Russia Khruschev B P Pockney Story time just got better with Prime Book Box, a subscription that delivers hand picked children s books every , , or months at % off List Price. Khrushchev Remembers Nikita Sergeevich Khrushchev Remembers Nikita Sergeevich Khrushchev, Strobe Talbott, Edward Crankshaw on FREE shipping on qualifying offers VERY GOOD BOOK GOOD DUST JACKET, STATED ST EDITION Hardcover non fiction Book is NOT SIGNED OR AUTOGRAPHED Dust jacket is torn and abraded Richard Nixon and Nikita Khruschev s Kitchen Debate Pepsi On this day, July , in , while Nixon was in Moscow for the opening of the U.S National Exhibition, he and Khrushchev bickered about communism and capitalism, arms and ultimatums Kennedy Talked, Khrushchev Triumphed The New York Times May , But Kennedy went ahead, and for two days he was pummeled by the Soviet leader Despite his eloquence, Kennedy was no match as a sparring partner, and offered only token resistance as Khrushchev BBC History Historic Figures Nikita Khrushchev Nikita Sergeyevich Khrushchev was born in into a poor family near Kursk in south western Russia He received very little formal education He joined the Bolshevik Party in and served in Comic Strip of the Day Bizarrogot a laff the other day, but then it became strikingly relevant as I hit the road and, as I went through airports realized how many people have, indeed, been transformed into Bros. It s a sort of uniform, and it goes beyond the backwards ball cap and goatee Wayno has captured it quite well, in fact It s not the only uniform out there. Days script by David Self Days by David Self DARKNESS As the MAIN TITLES BEGIN, the theater thrums with a subsonic HISS which mounts in all the rattling power of THX, and we BURN IN, BRIGHT LIVING C Berlin Wall built HISTORY By , Cold War tensions over Berlin were running high again For East Germans dissatisfied with life under the communist system, West Berlin was a gateway to the democratic West Between



During the third week in September, 1960, most people were settling back into their jobs after a wet and frustrating summer Tottenham Hotspur had just begun an unprecedented run of soccer victories Lady Chatterley was nervously awaiting trial at the Old Bailey, and in America the Election campaign was working up to a heated and exciting climaxAt this point, says GeorgDuring the third week in September, 1960, most people were settling back into their jobs after a wet and frustrating summer Tottenham Hotspur had just begun an unprecedented run of soccer victories Lady Chatterley was nervously awaiting trial at the Old Bailey, and in America the Election campaign was working up to a heated and exciting climaxAt this point, says George Mair, the Third World War failed to break out by a hairsbreadth In mid Atlantic, on board the ship Baltika, plodding slowly towards the Fifteenth Session of the United Nations, Nikata Khruschev, together with other Communist leaders, waited tensely for confirmation that a Russian satellite was in orbit, ready to unleash on selected targets in the United States a holocaust of unimaginable proportions But the signal did not arrive The satellite had failed and with it a simple, but utterly deadly plan for bringing the Western world to its knees through a new weapon called anti matter , immeasurably powerful than the hydrogen bomb Not only was his unique opportunity for world domination lost, but Khruschev was left in no doubt that at the first sign of Russian aggression, he and his bizarre boat load would be sent to the bottom by the submarine which shadowed the Baltika.A fantastic idea The product of some headline seeking journalist s overenthusiastic imagination By no means The author of this extraordinary book is a Scottish doctor, lecturer, and traveller His interest in world events is acute, but he is no sensation bent newshound.A chance remark, the phrase anti matter , overheard at a cocktail party in the American Embassy in Moscow in 1958, began for him an amazing train of events which was to involve him in secret police interrogations in Bulgaria, and the initial rumblings of the Turkish Revolt of 1960 in Ankara, where he heard details of Russian plans, based on the successful tests of their new secret weapon, for destroying the West.How this was to come about the dispersal of all key Russian personnel to bases outside the U.S.S.R in the Congo, Laos, Cuba, Abyssinia, and Cambodia, where they would sit out the inevitable retaliation period the relation of world events during the last three years to this plan, in particular the U.2 affair, about which Dr Mair has some interesting speculations and why, in the end, the plan failed, form the subject of this quite unique book.This description is from the front and rear flaps of the dust jacket of the first edition published by Cassel in 1961.


Recent Comments "The Day Khruschev Panicked"

It's unclear from the book cover whether this was intended to be fiction or non-fiction. It turns out to be fiction, which was against my initial expectations. Knowing that, the book is not very engaging and is based on a bit of a strange premise involving anti-matter weapons. Nothing to see here.

What an odd book! Part travelogue, part spy manual, part political debate about Democracy vs Communism, and all speculation about Khrushchev's failed plans to rule world. Mair wrote a series of spy novels after this book was published, but could any part of this tale be true? Will we ever know?


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