To the Editors:
I have read Russian Life since its first issue and have thoroughly enjoyed learning more about Russia.
It was interesting to read about new facts that have recently come to light about Soviet thoughts and actions during the eventful year of 1956 in Hungary. I was particularly interested to learn that Yuri Andropov was in the Soviet Embassy during those weeks in 1956, as it was he who later became the mentor of Mikhail Gorbachev. That surely is a twist of fate and very revealing of Andropov the man.
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