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Question 383: This Soviet premier, a former KGB head who suceeded Brezhnev, was seen as a potential reformer (even as pro-Western) by much of the European and American press, despite his rather conservative actions. He died after little over a year in office due to acute kidney failure. Who was he?
Author: SeleucusNicator - Category: First World War and onward
Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: Others

  • Yuri Andropov
  • Andrei Gromyko
  • Konstantin Chernenko
  • Ivan Kissov

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