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 (mə-lĕn′kôf′, mä′lən-, mə-lyĭn-kôf′), Georgi Maximilianovich 1902-1988.
Soviet politician. An aide to Joseph Stalin, he served as deputy premier (1946-1953) and premier (1953-1955).

Malenkov

(Russian məlɪnˈkɔf)
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(Biography) Georgi Maksimilianovich (ɡɪˈɔrɡij ˌməksjimɪlˈjɑnəvjɪtʃ). 1902–88, Soviet politician; prime minister (1953–55). He was removed from the party presidium (1957) for plotting against Khrushchev; expelled from the Communist Party (1961)
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1953 Georgi Malenkov succeeds the late Joseph Stalin as Prime Minister of the Soviet Union.
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Members of the Central Committee--including Georgii Malenkov, Viacheslav Molotov, and Andrei Zhdanov--unleashed a spree of attacks on local writers for depicting Leningraders as unique in their suffering and in their isolation and independence from Moscow.
Khrushchev doesn't want Beria to take over and so he tries to gain influence with Stalin's number two, Malenkov (played by Jeffrey Tambor), as whoever can gain influence with Malenkov can influence how things are going to turn out," explains 59-year-old Buscemi.
They are joined by other members of the inner circle including Stalin's bumbling deputy Georgy Malenkov (Jeffrey Tambor), Lazar Kaganovich (Dermot Crowley), defence minister Nikolai Bulganin (Paul Chahidi) and Anastas Mikoyan (Paul Whitehouse).
Close adviser Nikita Khrushchev (Steve Buscemi) arrives soon afterwards, joined by other members of the inner circle including Stalin's bumbling deputy Georgy Malenkov (Jeffrey Tambor), Lazar Kaganovich (Dermot Crowley), defence minister Nikolai Bulganin (Paul Chahidi) and Anastas Mikoyan (Paul Whitehouse).
They are joined by other members of the inner circle, including Stalin's bumbling deputy Georgy Malenkov (Jeffrey Tambor), Lazar Kaganovich (Dermot Crowley), defence minister Nikolai Bulganin (Paul Chahidi) and Anastas Mikoyan (Paul Whitehouse).
They expressed their desire to continue contact with the new Soviet leaders--at first with Georgiy Malenkov and then with Nikita Khrushchev.
The dictator's cronies, Nikita Khrushchev, Lavrenti Beria, Georgy Malenkov, and Nikolai Bulganin, had been forced to endure another long, liquor-soaked dinner with their leader and earlier, a movie (Stalin adored Hollywood films).
Malenkov, "Boiling and bubbling heat transfer between a gas-liquid system and a heat exchange element," Journal of Applied Chemistry of the USSR, vol.