destalinisation


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Noun1.destalinisation - social process of neutralizing the influence of Joseph Stalin by revising his policies and removing monuments dedicated to him and renaming places named in his honor; "his statue was demolished as part of destalinization"
social process - a process involved in the formation of groups of persons
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(18) It is also interesting that the version of Arnshtam's Zoya shown after destalinisation in the early 1960s cuts both the reference to Ostrovsky's Korchagin and the line about a hero's willingness to die for the happiness of the collective.
In Poland, the result of the Destalinisation which followed Stalin's death in 1953 was precisely a national communism: a subtle compromise between symbolic independence and practical subordination to the Kremlin.
La reference a Staline et son retour au meme niveau que les trois autres [beaucoup moins que]peres[beaucoup plus grand que] du socialisme fut pour moi une surprise : la destalinisation fut bien une realite depuis 1952 et le fameux rapport de Khroutchev, longtemps secret , denonca les crimes de la periode stalinienne.
Apart from studies of the ALP, as the CPA slowly began a process of destalinisation, or splintered off into Maoist directions, revisionist histories emerged.
773-778), mais aussi sur le stalinisme, sur le mythe de Staline, et sur la << destalinisation >> (pp.
Though Lalmand's fate was exceptional, Khrushchev's attack on Stalin at the CPSU Twentieth Congress signalled the winding up of the cults internationally as part of a faltering process of destalinisation. As gradually these leaders gave way to a political generation formed by stalinism, the lesson was also underlined of how often credible cults had depended, like those of Mann or Prestes, on sources of political capital drawn from beyond the collective experiences of the party apparatus.
Finally, the regime under Stalin after 1945, was not as horrific as before the war: 'the process of "destalinisation" began while Stalin was still alive'.