Subversion in Khruschev’s USSR

The death of Stalin in 1953 marked a shift in the Soviet Union. Robert Hornsby discusses the underground groups that mushroomed in the aftermath and how the state responded to them.

A crowd surround the demolished head of a statue of Stalin during the Hungarian Revolt, Budapest, 1956. (Getty Images / Hulton Archive)

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