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Artist or CreatorDavid Low (1891-1963)
Title or CaptionHeartbreak House.
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Published byThe Manchester Guardian
Date29 Jan 1957
FormatNewspaper
Embedded text or transcriptCommunist leaders met yesterday to discuss the issue "centralism" or "bi-lateralism". Mao said all would be O.K. if the central authority sat in Peking. He saw no reason why he should be run by a bunch of office boys just because they lived in Moscow. Tito suggested Belgrade as a nice place for an idealogical centre. He could suggest a new leader too. Gomulka said he know the very man and Warsaw had a beautiful climate. A voice: "Why not New York?" (dissent as the meeting broke up)
Kadar
Togliatti
Duclos
Tito
Kardelj
Hosha
Gomulka
Person DepictedMikoyan; Anastas
Bulganin; Nikolai Alexandrovich (1895-1975)
Khrushchev; Nikita Sergeyevich (1894-1971)
Zhou; Enlai (1898-1976)
Mao; Zedong (1893-1976)
Togliatti; Palmiro
Duclos; Jacques (1896-1975)
Tito; Josip Broz (1892-1980); Marshal
Kardelj; Edvard (1910-1979)
Kadar; Janos
Hoxha; Enver
Gomulka; Wladyslaw
SubjectsAlbania
China
East Germany
Hungary
International relations
Italy
Meetings
Poland
Russia
Yugoslavia
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