Andropov in Power: From Komsomol to Kremlin
Anchor Press/Doubleday, Mar 1, 1984 - Biography & Autobiography - 216 pages
An analysis of the personal and political careers of Yuri Andropov examines his early years in the Communist Party, his role in Hungary during the 1956 uprising, his tenure as KGB spymaster, and his rise to power
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BOOK REVIEWS Andropov in power: from Komsomol to Kremlin. By Jonathan Steele and Eric Abraham. Oxford: Martin Robertson. 1983. 216 pp. Index. 9-95. ...
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A fairly balanced Western book by British Journalist Jonathan Steele is 'Andropov in Power: from Komsomol to Kremlin'. Quite a short book, but makes some ...
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