Some articles on central committee:
1919 Sverdlov dies 25 March 1919 Stasova elected Chief Secretary by the Central Committee November 1919 Nikolai Krestinsky added becomes Chief Secretary 5 April 1920 Krestinsky, Yevgeny Preobrazhensky ... removed 7 September 1953 Khrushchev elected First Secretary by the Central Committee 8 March 1955 Shatalin removed 12 July 1955 Aristov, Belyaev, Dmitri Shepilov join 27 February 1956 Aristov, Belyaev ...
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