Andropov in Power: From Komsomol to Kremlin

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Anchor Press/Doubleday, Mar 1, 1984 - Biography & Autobiography - 216 pages
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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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The Real Andropov
Up and Almost Down
Their Man in Hungary

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Jonathan Steele was Moscow bureau chief for "The Guardian" [UK] until the spring of 1994. He was named International Reporter of the Year in the British Press Awards in 1981 and in 1991. He also won the London Press Club's Scoop of the Year Award for being the only British or American reporter to get to Gorbachev's prison villa in the Crimea during the 1991 coup.

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