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" I recall the first days when the conflict between the Soviet Union and Yugoslavia began artificially to be blown up. Once, when I came from Kiev to Moscow, I was invited to visit Stalin who, pointing to the copy of a letter lately sent to Tito, asked... "
A Little Corner of Freedom: Russian Nature Protection from Stalin to Gorbachev - 第 291 頁
Douglas R. Weiner 著 - 1999 - 570 頁
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Committee Prints

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary - 1957
...Soviet Union and Yugoslavia began artificially to be blown up. Once, when I came from Kiev to Moscow, I was invited to visit Stalin who, pointing to the...little finger — and there will be no more Tito. He will fall." We have dearly paid for this "shaking of the little finger." This statement reflected...
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Contradictions of Communism: Report by the Subcommittee to Investigate the ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary - 1959 - 62 頁
...Khrushchev quotes Stalin's prediction from a personal conversation with the latter on this matter in Moscow. "I will shake my little finger— and there will be no more Tito. He will fall." Whereupon Khrushchev commented philosophically: "But this did not happen to Tito. No...
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Facts on Communism, 第 1-2 卷

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Un-American Activities - 1960
...his own discussion with Stalin of the Yugoslav affair: . . . Once when I came from Kiev to Moscow, I was invited to visit Stalin who, pointing to the...little finger — and there will be no more Tito. He will fall." We have dearly paid for this "shaking of the little finger." This statement reflected...
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Facts on Communism: The Soviet Union, from Lenin to Khrushchev

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Un-American Activities - 1961 - 408 頁
...his own discussion with Stalin of the Yugoslav affair: . . . Once when I came from Kiev to Moscow, I was invited to visit Stalin who, pointing to the...little finger — and there will be no more Tito. He will fall." We have dearly paid for this "shaking of the little finger." This statement reflected...
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Committee Prints

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary - 1964
...Khrushchev quotes Stalin's prediction from a personal conversation with the latter on this matter in Moscow. "I will shake my little finger — and there will be no more Tito. He will fall." Whereupon Khrushchev commented philosophically: "But this did not happen to Tito. No...
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With Stalin Against Tito: Cominformist Splits in Yugoslav Communism

Ivo Banac - 1988 - 294 頁
...Soviet Union and Yugoslavia began artificially to be blown up. Once when I came from Kiev to Moscow, I was invited to visit Stalin, who, pointing to the...little finger — and there will be no more Tito. He will fall." NS Khrushchev in his Secret Speech, at the Twentieth Congress of the CPSU Nineteen hundred...
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Great Leaders, Great Tyrants?: Contemporary Views of World Rulers who Made ...

Arnold Blumberg - 1995 - 354 頁
...displeasure, he received an abusive letter. Stalin apparently believed that he could bring Tito down promptly: "I will shake my little finger — and there will be no more Tito," he boasted. Tito, on the other hand, did not grasp, at first, the reasons for Stalin's wrath, particularly...
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Eastern Europe: Politics, Culture, and Society Since 1939

Sabrina P. Ramet - 1998 - 426 頁
...propaganda, instead. This "insubordination" earned Tito the hostility of Stalin, who warned ominously, "I will shake my little finger, and there will be no more Tito." Although Stalin was escalating the pressure, Tito and his associates were caught off guard when, on...
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Natural Enemies: The United States and the Soviet Union in the Cold War ...

Robert C. Grogin - 2001 - 353 頁
...urgent meeting in Moscow. Tito pleaded ill health and refused to go. Enraged, Stalin told Khrushchev, "I will shake my little finger and there will be no more Tito." Like the measures used to destroy Czech independence, the pressures now applied to Yugoslavia revealed...
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Slobodan Milosevic and the Destruction of Yugoslavia

Louis Sell - 2003 - 430 頁
...the Yugoslav Communists had glorified Stalin, and sympathy toward the Soviet Union was widespread. "I will shake my little finger and there will be no more Tito," Stalin is reported to have said, but the Yugoslav police acted with their customary efficiency to forestall...
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