Leonid Brezhnev wanted to get rid of KGB chief Yury Andropov American newspapers were very expressive in their compliments to Russia’s would-be ruler. The New York Times newspaper (which is proud of being the “most reliable source of information in the world”) set a record about it. Harrison Solsbery wrote that Andropov was the first Russian chieftain (since the era of Nikolay II), who knew the English language. The reporter forgot Vladimir Lenin, who could speak Latin, German and English fluently
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