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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.

Bulganin

(Russian bulˈɡanin)
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(Biography) Nikolai Aleksandrovich (nikaˈlaj alɪkˈsandrəvitʃ). 1895–1975, Soviet statesman and military leader; chairman of the council of ministers (1955–58)
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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.
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.
The US government was rattled by the triumphant visit to Delhi by Soviet leaders Nikolai Bulganin and Nikita Khrushchev in the fifties.
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 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).
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).
Ten months earlier Commander Lionel 'Buster' Crabb had disappeared from the same quayside during a state visit by Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganin and Communist Party leader Nikita Khrushchev.
In 1955 Eisenhower proposed "mutual aerial observation" to Soviet premier Nikolai Bulganin, but the Soviets immediately rejected this proposal.
The 62-year-old Japanese leader is the grandson of former Prime Minister Ichiro Hatoyama, who concluded the Japan-Soviet Joint Declaration in 1956 with then Soviet Prime Minister Nikolai Bulganin to resume bilateral diplomatic relations.
The Soviet Prime Minister Nikolai Bulganin threatened with military intervention if Israel, Britain and France did not withdraw their military forces from the Egyptian lands.