Biography of Leonid Brezhnev

Leonid Brezhnev – Soviet state, party leader, secretary of the CPSU Central Committee, chairman of the Presidium.

He was born in Dneprodzerzhinsk, in 1937 he graduated from the land-reclamation school in Kursk. In 1931, in his biography Brezhnev joins the party. In seven years he became secretary of the regional regional committee.

With the beginning of the war, he holds the post of deputy head of the Southern Front department, serves as a colonel, and in 1944 becomes a major general. After the war, Brezhnev’s life once again leads him to political growth. He serves as secretary of the regional committee of Ukraine, then of Moldova. In 1952 he became a member of the Central Committee, as well as the Presidium of the Central Committee. When Stalin died, Brezhnev, at the suggestion of Khrushchev, was sent to the post of secretary of the Communist Party of Kazakhstan.

In 1956, he returned to the Central Committee again, and a year later he was a member of the Presidium. In 1960, Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev’s biography was occupied with another post – the chairman of the Presidium.

After participating in the conspiracy to remove Khrushchev, he holds the post of party leader. During his leadership, the party structure replaced the state structure. So, with the coming to power of Leonid Brezhnev, many Soviet writers have stopped legally printing, one of them is Alexander Solzhenitsyn.

In 1977, there was a film with Brezhnev, whose role was played by E. Matveev.

In 1972 he suffered a stroke, and in 1976 – a clinical death. He died on November 10, 1982.

He was married to Victoria Petrovna Denisova. Children of Brezhnev: Galina, Yuri.

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Biography of Leonid Brezhnev