Lot 1149: Molotov Vyacheslav



2015-09-16 14:12:21

Lot 1149: Molotov Vyacheslav: (1890-1986) Russian Statesman. Chairman Of The Council Of People'S Commissars Of The Soviet Union 1930-41, And Minister Of Foreign Affairs 1939-49 & 53-56. His Remembered "Nyet" At Meetings Of The Un Became A Byword Of The Cold War. Two A.Ns.S., Both In Blue Pencil, One Page, 4To, N.P., N.D., In Cyrillic. The First Annotation To The Upper Part Of The Document, Signed A. Mikoyan, In Cyrillic, Reads In Full 'To Com[Rade] Molotov: Please Acquaint Yourself With The Enclosed Documents, And Let'S Call Each Other Later'. The Second Annotation Immediately Below Mikoyan'S One, Signed V. Molotov, Corresponds To Molotov'S Response And States In Full 'Read Them. We Have Come To An Arrangement About Delivering By C. Kuznetsov Information About British Radio Stations In Our North.' Some Overall Age Wear And Corner Crease, Otherwise Vg. Molotov'S Name Is Preserved In The "Molotov Cocktail", A Bottle Of Inflammable Liquid Used As A Weapon, Which He Put Into Production During World War Ii. Anastas Mikoyan (1895-1978) Soviet Statesman During The Mandates Of Lenin Stalin, Khrushchev And Brezhnev. Chairman Of The Presidium Of The Supreme Soviet Of The Soviet Union 1964-65. A Highly Influential Politician Who Dominated The Supervision Of Foreign And Domestic Trade During Stalin And Khrushchev Administrations. International Autograph Auctions' Autograph Auction October 2015 Saturday, 3rd October 2015 Estimate: £400-600
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