Bulganin


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Bul·ga·nin

 (bo͝ol-găn′ĭn, -gä′nyĭn), Nikolai Aleksandrovich 1895-1975.
Soviet military and political leader who was premier from 1955 to 1958, when he was ousted by Nikita Khrushchev for "anti-Party" activities.
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Bulganin

(Russian bulˈɡanin)
n
(Biography) Nikolai Aleksandrovich (nikaˈlaj alɪkˈsandrəvitʃ). 1895–1975, Soviet statesman and military leader; chairman of the council of ministers (1955–58)
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In 1955, this was repeated to Soviet Premier Bulganin.
1958: Nikita Khrushchev ousted prime minister Nikolai Bulganin to take power in the USSR.
Kolkata: From hosting public reception for Soviet leaders Nikita Khrushchev and Nikolai Bulganin to holding mammoth political rallies -- many of them on anti-central government planks, the sprawling Brigade Parade Ground in the heart of West Bengal capital Kolkata is steeped in history.
It was merely a public relations exercise, organized to please his Soviet Union masters Comrades Bulganin and Khrushchev who embarked on an India visit during that time."
In early December, Nikita Khrushchev, first secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union Central Committee, and Nikolai Bulganin, chairman of the Council of Ministers of the Soviet Union, visited Burma.
Stalin suffered a stroke after hosting Georgii Malenkov, Lavrentii Beria, Nikolai Bulganin, and Nikita Khrushchev for drinks and hijinks, as was usual.
The Geneva Summit in 1955 was the first of many nuclear arms discussions between the two countries, but also focused on trade and peace and included British Prime Minister Anthony Eden, Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganin and French Prime Minister Edgar Faure.
In Russia, Soviet Premier Marshal Bulganin was ousted by Nikita Khruschev while, in America, 37-yearold Sugar Ray Robinson became the first boxer to win the world middleweight boxing championship five times as he beat Carmen Basilio in Chicago.
In Russia, Soviet Premier Marshal Bulganin was ousted by Nikita Khruschev while, in America, 37-yearold Sugar Ray Robinson became the first boxer to win the world Twins Penelope Felicity Drew, middleweight boxing championship five times as he beat Carmen Basilio in Chicago.
In Russia, Soviet Premier Marshal Bulganin was ousted by Nikita Khruschev while, in America, 37-yearold Sugar Ray Robinson became twins Penelope Felicity Drew, 18 the first boxer to win the world middleweight boxing championship five times as he beat Carmen Basilio in Chicago.
Referring to the American president and the Soviet premier, he added that Thailand would "refuse to be mastered by either Eisenhower or Bulganin" (Phillips 2016, p.
The US government was rattled by the triumphant visit to Delhi by Soviet leaders Nikolai Bulganin and Nikita Khrushchev in the fifties.