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  • October 08, 1956

    Note from N. Khrushchev to the CPSU CC Presidium regarding conversations with Yugoslav leaders in the Crimea

    Khrushchev describes his conversations with Josip Broz Tito regarding Soviet-Yugoslav relations. The leaders discussed Yugoslavia's need for economic and technological assistance from the Soviet Union; socialist methods and ideology; alignment on international issues; and amnesty for Communist fugitives returning to Yugoslavia. Khrushchev expresses concern about the behavior of Yugoslav diplomats and the Yugoslav press. He recommends to the CPSU CC that increasing contact with Yugoslav leaders will facilitate rapprochement between the Parties.

  • October 11, 1956

    Telegram from USSR Ambassador to the DPRK V.I. Ivanov to A.I. Mikoyan, 'Decision of the Korean Workers' Party Central Committee Plenum'

    Ivanov lists the accusations raised against those involved in the August Plenum incident, and describes the decision which calls for their expulsion from the Korean Workers' Party.

  • October 11, 1956

    Cable from the Chinese Embassy in Pakistan, 'Pakistan’s Parliamentary Debate About Foreign Policy'

    The Chinese Embassy in Pakistan reports on the domestic debate inside Pakistan regarding changes in foreign policy.

  • October 11, 1956

    Decision of the KWP CC Plenum, 30-31 August 1956

  • October 12, 1956

    CDS Report No. 19 from Choi Duk Shin to the President (Syngman Rhee)

    Choi Duk Shin reports on the rapid recovery of South Korea, recent Vietnamese anti-communist and political activities, and Vietnam's invitation to General Chung Il-Kwan.

  • October 12, 1956

    Letter from Ri Sang-jo to the Korean Workers' Party Central Committee

    Ri Sang-jo seeks to redress the issue of aid from the Soviet Union by reminding party members of the CPSU's friendship and assistance to the North Korean people both before and after the Korean War. Ri discloses Soviet criticism of Kim Il Sung's economic policies and the cult of personality during meetings held in Moscow in the summer of 1956 and insists that the DPRK learn from the experiences of the fraternal communist parties in economic planning and in their struggles against cults of personality.

  • October 13, 1956

    Talk delivered by Korean Vice Consul and Third Secretary Do Soon Chung

    The Korean Vice Consul speaks about trade between Korea and Philippines and history of Korea.

  • October 14, 1956

    Notes of an Interview with Zhou Enlai

    Zhou Enlai describes China's desire to gain international recognition. However, the question of Taiwan as one out of "Two Chinas" makes it difficult to agree internationally, since Great Britain and the United States recognize Taiwan and not PR China as the legitimate Chinese government. Hong Kong and the US endeavor to gain control of Chiang Kai-Shek's Taiwan are also discussed.

  • October 15, 1956

    Communist Party of the Soviet Union Central Committee Report on 8 October Conversation between Ambassador Ivanov and Kim Il Sung

    Report on Kim Il Sung's rejection to publish the text of the decree of the KWP CC Plenum in its entirety. CPSU CC agrees with Ambassador Ivanov's suggestion to familiarize the Chinese ambassador in the DPRK with the contents.

  • October 15, 1956

    Anti-Communist Youth and Students Conference, Introductory Remarks by Mr. Sung Soo Whang

    Sung Soo Whang opens the Anti-Communist Youth and Students Conference.

  • October 15, 1956

    Anti-Communist Youth and Students Conference, Remarks by Kyu Nam Choi

    Minister of Education Kyu Nam Choi tells attendees at the Anti-Communist Youth and Students Conference that "the future of Asia is on your shoulders"

  • October 15, 1956

    Anti-Communist Youth and Students Conference, Remarks by Ki-Pong Lee

    Speaker of the House Lee Ki-Pong praises the Anti-Communist Youth and Students Conference for helping to "encourage and unite all youths and students of free countries in Asia."

  • October 15, 1956

    Anti-Communist Youth and Students Conference, Remarks by Chung W. Cho

    Acting Foreign Minister Chung W. Cho tells audience members at the Anti-Communist Youth and Students Conference that "Communists and their indoctrinated youth are challenging us at every turn."

  • October 15, 1956

    Speech Given by the Chinese Ambassador at the Opening Session of Asian Youth & Students Anti-Communist Conference

    Remarks by the Chinese Ambassador on the common anti-communist struggle faced by China, South Korea, Vietnam, and the Philippines.

  • October 15, 1956

    Greeting Words of Mr. Chin-Hang Kong, Chairman of the Asian Peoples' Anti-Communist League of Korea

    Chin-Hang Kong states that "in order to fight against Communism we must be strong, and in order to be strong we must have one idea and one organization."

  • October 15, 1956

    Anti-Communist Youth and Students Conference, Remarks by Chung In-whan

    Chung In-whan of the National Students Defence Corps of Korea "salute[s] the Asian Youth and Students Anti-Communist Conference."

  • October 15, 1956

    Speech Given by Mr. Tseng Hsien-yung, Chief of the Chinese Delegation at the Opening Session of the Asian Youth and Students Anti-Communist Conference

    Tseng Hsien-yung (Zeng Xianyong) encourages Asia's youth to resist communist aggression.

  • October 15, 1956

    Speech Given by Mr. Tsi Kuac Than, Chief Delegate of VIetnam at the Opening Session of the Asia Youth and Students Anti-Communist Conference

    In a push for unity among non-communist countries in Asia, Tsi Kuac Than of Vietnam announces that "our problems are basically the same as yours."

  • October 15, 1956

    Speech Given by Mr. Au Young Chuen, Chief of the Hong Kong Delegation at the Opening Session of the Asian Youth and Students Anti-Communist Conference

    Au Young Chuen describes Hong Kong's struggle against communism.

  • October 15, 1956

    Anti-Communist Youth and Students Conference, Remarks by Unidentified Speaker

    Remarks from an unidentified speaker from Korea at the Asian Youth and Students Anti-Communist Conference.