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English: Romanian communist leader Gheorghe Gheorghiu-Dej (front row, left) seeing off Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev (front row, right) upon the close of the 7th Congress of the Romanian Workers Party (later Communist Party); photograph taken at Bucharest's Băneasa Airport. The image also shows Gheorghiu-Dej's future successor, Nicolae Ceauşescu (second row, 2nd from left).
Date June 1960
Source Fototeca online a comunismului românesc, photo #E345, 55/1960 (accessed 30.01.2009)
Author unknown, image comes from the National Archives
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Coat of arms of PCR.svg This image is available from the Romanian Communism Online Photo Collection under the digital ID 32866X16X17

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