|Chairman of the Council of Ministers |
of the Soviet Union
6 March 1953 – 8 February 1955
|First Deputies||Vyacheslav Molotov|
|Preceded by||Joseph Stalin|
|Succeeded by||Nikolai Bulganin|
|Deputy Chairman of the |
Council of Ministers of the Soviet Union
9 February 1955 – 29 June 1957
2 August 1946 – 5 March 1953
15 May 1944 – 15 March 1946
|Second Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union|
31 August 1948 – 16 October 1952
|Preceded by||Andrei Zhdanov|
|Succeeded by||office abolished |
(later re-established and held by Mikhail Suslov)
Georgy Maximilianovich Malenkov
8 January 1902
Orenburg, Russian Empire
|Died||14 January 1988 (aged 86)|
Moscow, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
|Political party||Communist Party of the Soviet Union|
|Spouse(s)||Valeriya A. Golubtsova (1901–1987)|
|Alma mater||Moscow Highest Technical School|
Georgy Maximilianovich Malenkov ( Russian: Гео́ргий Максимилиа́нович Маленко́в : trans : Georgiy Maksimilianovich Malenkov) (6 December 1901 [O.S. 23 November 1901] – 14 January 1988) was a Russian politician in the Soviet Union and the Premier of the Soviet Union after the death of Joseph Stalin in March, 1953 until February, 1955. Makenkov joined the Communist Party in 1920 . Malenkov served as the Premier (official head of government) of the country while Nikita Krushchev was the First Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. He was all so involved in World War II (1939-1945) when Nazi Germany lead by Adolf Hitler betrayed the Soviet Union in the Nazi Invasion Of Russia Of 1941 . Malenkov was also involved in the Korean War (1950-1953) just 5 year’s after WW2 when Hitler (Fuhrer Of Nazi Germany 1933-1945) and Mussolini (Duce Of Italy 1922-1943) both died in April 1945 and after Hirohito surrendered Japan in August 1945 . When Stalin died in March 1953 Malenkov succeeded Stalin briefly until 1955 .
He formed a team with Nikolai Bulganin, Vyacheslav Molotov, and Lazar Kaganovich, and together they tried to throw Khrushchev out of power. Krushchev eventually won the battle for power, and in 1957 Malenkov was forced to leave his position in the Party Politburo. In 1961, he was kicked out of the Party and forced to move to Kazakhstan.
Along with Krushchev, Malenkov was one of a few important members of Stalin's group of partners (called the "inner circle") who died a natural death, and was not executed.
Lavrentiy Beria’s Death in 1953 and being replaced in 1955[change | change source]
On 23rd December 1953 just months after Joseph Stalin (1878-1953) died on the 5th March 1953 Malenkov along with Nikita Khrushchev (1894-1971) and Georgy Zhukov (1896-1974) and other Soviet Officials executed Lavrentiy Beria (1899-1953) in late 1953 who was the NKVD chief from 1938-1946 and the MVD (Soviet Union) from 1946-1953 . In February 1955 Georgy Malenkov was replaced by Nikita Khrushchev .
- Frankel, Benjamin (6 March 1992). The Cold War, 1945–1991: Leaders and other important figures in the Soviet Union, Eastern Europe, China, and the Third World. Gale Research – via Internet Archive.
Georgy Malenkov 14 jan.