Stalin died in 1953, and Nikita Khrushchev became the first secretary of the CPSU Central Committee. In the 11 years until he stepped down in 1964, in addition to the Cuban missile crisis in 1962, Khrushchev made two other actions, and we can still see their shadows, or their effects, to this day.
The ghost of history lingers In the early spring of 1956, at the 20th National Congress of the CPSU, Khrushchev made a speech, which was Special Database mainly aimed at self-criticism within the CPSU against Stalinism, especially his reflection on the excessive centralization and repressive leadership of Stalin's era, and his subsequent criticism of political "" Victims of the Great Purge were rehabilitated. This ushered in the "post-Stalin era" of the Eastern European camp, making countries in the Eastern European camp ready to move, trying to loosen the dictatorship of the Communist Party's class leadership. Especially under the predicament of unbalanced industrial development and the
"collectivization" policy with a bumpy road; in addition, more than ten years after the war, the proletarian democracy promised by the Communist Party at the beginning has only been reduced to the Communist Party's class rule. As a result, the "Soviet Union", which sacrificed more than 20 million soldiers and civilians to fight against the Nazis and fascists during World War II, was forced to bear the two big tombstones of "Big Brother of Totalitarian Autocracy" and "Introducer of the Communist System", becoming the "Soviet Union". targeted by dissidents in other Eastern European countries.