Khrushchev why not advertise your real origin

• Why did Khrushchev did not advertise their true origin

Khrushchev why not advertise your real origin

Nikita Khrushchev was very proud of his peasant origins and the fact that from an early age, he worked in the mine and in the factory. However, among the senior leadership of the USSR there were rumors that Khrushchev actually comes from the exploiting class and has Polish roots.

In 1938-1939 the head of the NKVD Beria conducted a sweep of the party apparatus and the power of the people who support the previously repressed Yezhov. The "sight" powerful Commissar horrible, and senior management of the Ukrainian Republic, where he was Nikita Khrushchev, First Secretary of the Party. Particular attention is paid NKVD biographies of party leaders and their true origin.

As it turned out the head of the regional committee of the Dnipropetrovsk region, and the best friend of Khrushchev Zadionchenko not born into a family of poor Ukrainian laborer. His father turned out to be a Jew Zayonchik name, which was a rich artisan and activist in the Jewish socialist party. The second one Khrushchev's head of the NKVD of Ukraine Assumption pretended to be the son of a forester, and in fact his father was a famous Chekist Black Hundreds and merchant Alexander Uspensky. For the development of Khrushchev's secret police went to his home in the village Kalinovka Kursk region. It turned out that his fellow locals call not the son of a poor peasant, and the illegitimate child of a Polish landowner Alexander Gasvitskogo. Khrushchev's mother worked for him as a housekeeper, and the Pole of his child did not refuse. In 1914 Gasvitsky mercy of his son from the army and he sent Khrushchev a letter of recommendation in Yuzovka (Donetsk) to his old friend, the German industrialist Kirsch.

Khrushchev claimed that he worked as a miner, but Molotov known note saying that they have not managed to find a mine, in which he worked. In fact, the future leader of the Soviet Union worked with Kirsch, manager of the estate, and the working class had no relationship.

Former KGB Zinkovich claimed that Stalin knew about the true origin of Khrushchev, who all his life pretending to be "the village idiot". About Polish origin Nikita Khrushchev also knew Yezhov and Chairman of the USSR Council of Ministers Malenkov.