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Bibliography 1 Hammond Paul J Cold War and Dtente New York Harcourt Brace Jovahovich 1975 2 W Laird Kleine-Ahlbrandt Europe Since 1945Conflict to Community St Paul West Publishing Company 1993 3 McWilliams Wayne C The World Since 1945 Boulder Lynne Rienner Pub 1986 4 Rubinstein Alvin Z Soviet Foreign Policy Third ed London Scott Foresman and Company 1989 5 Wegs Robert J Europe Since 1945 2nd ed London Macmillan 1984 What Were the Limits of the Thaw Introduced by Khrushchev After he had Succeeded to Power in the USSR and What Factors Caused its Failure as a Remedy for the Cold War The death of Stalin on the 5 of March 1953 introduced a new era to the Soviet Union and its communist government After all Stalin ruled the Soviet empire without any tolerance far reaching the soviet society Even though Stalin built a great empire he made a great impact in the organizational psychological and economical features that have survived until this day As Nikita Khrushchev came slowly to power after Georgi Malenkovs colleagues were not willing to let him hold the same power as Stalin did so did De-Stalinization De-Stalinization was the attempt to break away from the Stalins method of thinking and not only internal but foreign government policy in order to create a more relax and less oppressive type of government Once Stalin died the remaining leaders mainly Khrushchev and Malenkov also known as the collective leadership faced mayor problems After all in the past thirty-six years of Soviet rule no clear procedures of a change of leadership had been established or prepared for this event As Khrushchev came to power he initiated a reassessment of the Stalin period Consequently De-Stalinization or the thaw of the Cold War begun yet it was frozen in 1964 with his own downfall and revived in
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