Khrushchev Condemnations

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After the Second World War, the Soviet Union was redefined, and this act was majorly carried out by the individual who was then the senior leader of the Union Nikita Khrushchev. He addressed the people who had convened in the Twentieth Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union who was majorly communist leaders. In this specific address, Khrushchev made a lot of shocking and unexpected remarks whose main subject was the condemnation of the policies and strategies that had been used by the former leader Joseph Stalin. The condemnations that he made provoked a lot of reactions from the leaders that caused demands that the reform must be made in the east part of Europe and also a new policy had to be developed for the unions to guide
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