KHRUSHCHEV'S DENUNCIATION OF STALIN: The Historic Secret Speech

KHRUSHCHEV'S DENUNCIATION OF STALIN

The most sensational event in recent Communist history was Nikita Khrushchev's three-hour secret address to the 20th Congress of the party in February. Ever since, Western intelligence agents have been trying by every means to get a copy of the text. The U.S. State Department at last succeeded.

LENIN'S WARNING TO STALIN

KHRUSHCHEV began his denunciation of Stalin by revealing two suppressed letters. One was written by Lenin's wife, Nadezhda Krupskaya, to Lev Kamenev, chief of the Politburo: "I beg of you to protect me from rude interference with...

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