Nikita Sergeevich Khrushchev is one of the most impulsive and controversial Soviet political leaders. He expanded the boundaries of freedom and earned a reputation as a fighter for democratization, condemning Stalin’s terror, amnesty political prisoners, reducing repression and the influence of ideological censorship. Continue reading
John Fittedgered Kennedy (John Kennedy), in his homeland usually referred to as the initial letters of the name and surname JFK, is an American politician, President of the United States from 1961 until his assassination in 1963, member of the war of 1939-1945, member of the Senate. John Fitzgerald Kennedy Jack (as the old local tradition called home) was elected leader of America at 43, becoming the youngest in his history and the first born in the twentieth century, head of state, and also the only Pulitzer Prize winner award (for the biographical work “Profiles of courage”) and adherent of the Roman Catholic Church. Continue reading
Margaret Thatcher made history as the first woman to become Prime Minister in Europe. At the same time, she was in this position longer than all other politicians in the 20th century. For harsh criticism of the leadership of the Soviet Union and other, not at all feminine political steps, the British Prime Minister received the nickname “Iron Lady”. Continue reading
Vladimir Lenin (present: Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov) – the famous revolutionary, leader of the Land of Soviets and leader of the working people of the whole world, founder of the first socialist state in world history, founder of the Communist International. In the photo: Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov (Lenin). Continue reading
Peter Stolypin – Prime Minister and Interior Minister of the Russian Empire, presented by some researchers as a tyrant and a “fake hero”, others as a bold reformer who made an unsuccessful attempt to modernize the country to suppress the revolutionary movement, achieve stability and prosperity.
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