IJbrary of Confess Catalcguing-in-Publicalion Da/a Furr, Cirover C. (Grover Cart) Khrushchev Lied: The Evidence That Every “Revelaiion” of Stalin’s (and. Khrushchev Lied by Grover Furr; Published by Erythros Press and Media, LLC. Grover Carr Furr III (born April 3, ) is an American professor of Medieval English literature He is mostly known for his book Khrushchev Lied. The book.

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It seems likely that KcnJos’ investigative file still exists. Movement in the hall. The same fate met not only the Central Committee members but also the majority of the delegates to the 17th Party Congress.

But Khrushchev mainly blames Beria, whom he really hates, bui who actually stopped the Ezhovshchina and corrected its abuses by re ffurr sentences. This was certainly the case with many others.

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This failure to even mention the real reason for Kosarev’s arrest is fur ther evidence that the rehabilitation reports were fabricated for khrusshchev purposes, not serious studies of the evidence against those repressed. For example, why did she tell Vladimir Ilich that Stalin had been rude to her on the telephone?.

We know this is true, since a few of these have now been published. The wealth of new research alone is worth the cover price, but the reader is also treated to an excellent discussion of historiography and some tantilising possible conclusions.

Fcinovskii affirms this in his recently-published February confession statement of April 1 1, Nikolaev-Zhurid was finally arrested in October under Beria. Khrushchev limited it to “rightist”, anti-Stalin grovet only. The main poinis for khrushchef purposes are these: It is famously the name of a play by Ibsen.

We now 0 have a great khrushchwv more interrogations of Ezhov’s, all of which conBim the existence of his very serious conspiracy and give much detail about it. Rudzutak is named on p. The history of the USSR, and of the communist movement of the 20th century, must be completely rewritten.

Khrushchev then insists that there were two such documents, and that he is talking about the second one. Khrushchev took this term from Trotsky, who wrote a book with that title in 1 In none of these cases did the “rehabilitation” materials, including the Pospelov Commission report, cite sufficient evidence to establish their innocence.


To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. I will now read these documents: In some other cases, Furr shows that evidence released since the speech has proved groved claims false and purports that and he is likely correct on this count Khrushchev and his cronies must’ve had access to this information at the time of the speech and so their claims are purposely deceitful and misleading.

The Lenin Prize 1 26 Chapter 9. In reality, it was the Party First Secretaries and others around the khurshchev – including, as we have seen, Khrushchev himself – who turned to “mass repression. Malenkov was honest enough to blame himself and his colleagues and reminded them all that Stalin had frequently warned them against the “cult” to no avail.

Sialin, Maitmiig tMshevim New York: Each of these “revelations” is preceded by a quotation from the “Secret Speech” which is then examined in the light of the documentary evi- dence. Stalin believed Ezhov had warned Uspensky by caves- dropping on his telephone call to Khrushchev.

In this detailed study khfushchev Khrushchev’s speech he reveals the astonishing results of his research: In the first quotation he obviously has the “Secret Speech” in mind and calls Khrushchev a liar. In addition the Commission emphasizes that Stalin was sent confessions and interrogations of many of those accused, which he then sent on to others on the Politburo.

As far as we can tell he died in or The following fact is also known: Stalin’s “vVrbitranncss” to the Fart ‘ 45 Stalin had outlined a view that the class struggle had to shaipen as the Soviet Union developed towards socialism. But some years later, when socialism in our country was fundamentally constructed, when the exploiting classes were generally liquidated, when the Soviet grkver structure had radically changed, when the social basis for political movements and groups hostile to the party had violently contracted, when the ideological opponents of the party were long since defeated politically – then the repression directed against them began.

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Furf assume that he was that powerful is also to assume that Stalin was in fact what the “cult” absurdly made him out to be: Specifically, Eikhe wrote that he was not willing to Examples such as Vorontsov’s letter demand that we examine Khru- shchev’s possible motives for lying in the Secret Speech.

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It is clear that Frinovskii suspected Eikhe was involved in the same Rightist conspiratorial group that he, Ezhov, Evdokimov and others were, or he would not have mentioned him in this connection. There are reasons for the suspicion that the killer of Kirov, Nikolaev, was assisted by someone from among the people whose duty it was to khruushchev the person of Kirov.

For example, early in his speech Khrushchev says the following: ZtrhJo NtM Oct There is good evidence suggesting that it was precisely Eikhe who led fhrr u’ay for the First Secretaries in demanding extraordinary powers to shoot thousands of people fufr send thousands more to what became the GU- LAG – that it was, in fact, Eikhe who began the mass repression that Khrushchev is claiming to denounce. Khrushchev’s whole speech was built on this falsehood.

According to Krupskaia’s secretary V.

Party and military, Stalin and the Pol- itburo lked in no position to ignore firm demands from a number of First Secretaries for an all-out war against the danger. It is an unusually suspicious circumstance that when the Chekist assigned to protect Kirov was being brought for an interrogation, on December 2,he was killed in a car “accident” in which no other occupants of the car were harmed.

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Rnt, Zakovskii would not have done aU this without Ezhov’s leadership. In the same manner were fabricated the “cases” against eminent party and state workers — Kossior, Chubar, Postyshev, Kosarev and others. We do not know all of it, because neither Khrushchev, nor any of his successors as heads of the CPSU, nor Gorbachev, Yeltsin, or Putin, have evec seen fit to publish the documents in Eikhe’s case, or even to make Eikhe’s case available to re- searchers.

Nor does he make an explicit accusation. It is possible that I am the only one who really knows how it happened, since Nadezhda Konstantinova often told me about it.