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Russia: Dmitri Mendeleev, Nikolai Lobachevsky, Mikhail Lomonosov, Lev Landau, Aleksandr Butlerov, Alexander Stepanovich Popov, Nikolay Basov.
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Russia and Dmitri
* Russia: Alexander Dobroskok, Gleb Galperin, Vera Ilina, Igor Lukashin, Ioulia Pakhalina, and Dmitri Sautin
In May 2009, Russian president, Dmitri Medvedev, established the History Commission of Russia ( formally, the Presidential Commission of the Russian Federation to Counter Attempts to Falsify History to the Detriment of Russia's Interests ) to counter aggressive attempts to rewrite history to Russian disadvantage, yet Alexander Cherkasov of the Memorial human-rights group, called it a regression to Soviet-era control.
Princes Dmitri and Prince Nicholas Romanov were present at the ceremony, along with Princess Catherine Ioannovna of Russia, daughter of Prince Ioann Konstantinovich of Russia.
* Dmitri Konstantinovich is installed as ruler of Vladimir ( now in eastern Russia ) by the Khan of the White Horde.
On the death of Peter II, Emperor of Russia, the Russian Supreme Privy Council under Prince Dmitri Galitzine made Anna Empress in 1730.
* Princess Irina Felixovna Yussupova, ( March 21, 1915, Saint Petersburg, Russia-August 30, 1983, Cormeilles, France ), married Count Nikolai Dmitrievich Sheremetev ( October 28, 1904, Moscow, Russia – February 5, 1979, Paris, France ), son of Count Dmitri Sergeievich Sheremetev and wife Countess Irina Ilarionovna Vorontzova-Dachkova and a descendant of Boris Petrovich Sheremetev ; had issue:
Ghost Recon begins in April 2008, with civil unrest in Russia borne out of an ultra-nationalist regime that came to power and placed its leader, Dmitri Arbatov, as president.
He was educated at the Saint Petersburg Conservatory in Russia, where he studied piano with Felix Blumenfeld, teacher of Vladimir Horowitz, and harmony and counterpoint with Alexander Glazunov, mentor to Sergei Prokofiev and Dmitri Shostakovich.
Three weeks after the trial ended, Khodorkovsky managed to make his voice heard again, something he did, embarrassingly for the Kremlin, just as Dmitri Medvedev was giving the keynote speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, asking for more foreign investment for Russia.
Russian President Dmitri Medvedev, said, the day after the U. S. elections, in his first state of the nation address, that Russia would move to deploy short-range Iskander missile systems in the western exclave of Kaliningrad " to neutralize if necessary the anti-ballistic missile system in Europe.
On 17 March 2009, Russian President Dmitri Medvedev signaled that Russia would begin a " large-scale " rearmament and renewal of Russia's nuclear arsenal.
Although the Polish Commonwealth had not officially declared war on Russia ( as its king, Sigismund III Vasa, was opposed to the intervention ), some powerful magnates decided to support False Dmitri with their own forces and money, in the expectation of rich rewards afterward.
Russian Colonel General Dmitri Volkogonov, co-leader of the U. S .– Russia Joint Commission on POW / MIAs, said that to his knowledge no Americans were currently being held against their will within the borders of the former Soviet Union.
Grand Duke Dmitri Pavlovich of Russia ( Дмитрий Павлович Романов ) ( 18 September 1891 – 5 March 1941 ) was a Russian imperial dynast.
Grand Duke Dmitri Pavlovich was born at Ilinskoe near Moscow, the second child and son of Grand Duke Paul Alexandrovich and a grandson of Alexander II of Russia ; thus, he was a first cousin of Nicholas II of Russia.
Dmitri Pavlovich's mother, Alexandra Georgievna of Greece was a daughter of George I of Greece and his Queen consort, Olga Konstantinovna of Russia.
Dmitri and his sister Maria were mostly raised by their uncle and aunt, Grand Duke Sergei Alexandrovich of Russia and his wife, Grand Duchess Elizabeth Fyodorovna, the elder sister of Tsarina Alexandra.
It is thought that the story subsequently told by the conspirators was concocted to protect Dmitri from a stain that would endanger his chances of succeeding to the throne of Russia.
Russia and Nikolai
* Sivachev, Nikolai and Nikolai Yakolev, Russia and the United States ( 1979 ), by Soviet historians
After him in the 19th century in Russia there were written such operatic masterpieces as Rusalka and The Stone Guest by Alexander Dargomyzhsky, Boris Godunov and Khovanshchina by Modest Mussorgsky, Prince Igor by Alexander Borodin, Eugene Onegin and The Queen of Spades by Pyotr Tchaikovsky, and The Snow Maiden and Sadko by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov.
The Soviet physicist Nikolai Fedyakin, working at a small government research lab in Kostroma, Russia, had performed measurements on the properties of water that had been condensed in, or repeatedly forced through, narrow quartz capillary tubes.
A copy was found in Russia in the 18th century at the Ipatiev Monastery of Kostroma by the Russian historian Nikolai Karamzin.
Nicholas I (, Nikolai I Pavlovich ; – ) was the Emperor of Russia from 1825 until 1855, known as one of the most reactionary of the Russian monarchs.
In the throes of the First World War, Nicholas II allowed his sister Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna of Russia to end her loveless marriage to her social equal, Duke Peter Alexandrovich of Oldenburg, and quietly marry commoner Colonel Nikolai Alexandrovich Kulikovsky.
Determined to raise money to further the musical careers of both Anton and his younger brother Nikolai, their mother sent Rubinstein and Villoing on a tour of Russia, following which the brothers were dispatched to Saint Petersburg to play for Tsar Nicholas I and the Imperial family at the Winter Palace.
In Russia, his work in these fields was continued by Nikolay Dmitrievich Brashman ( 1796 – 1866 ), August Yulevich Davidov ( 1823 – 1885 ) and specially by the brilliant work of Nikolai Yegorovich Zhukovsky ( 1847 – 1921 ).
The Five, also known as The Mighty Handful, The Mighty Five, or The Mighty Coterie (, Moguchaya kuchka ), refers to a circle of composers who met in Saint Petersburg, Russia, in the years 1856 – 1870: Mily Balakirev ( the leader ), César Cui, Modest Mussorgsky, Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov and Alexander Borodin.
Russia was represented by Nikolai Rumyantsev and David Alopaeus ( Russian ambassador to Stockholm ), while Sweden by Infantry General Kurt von Stedingk ( former Swedish ambassador to Petersburg ) and Colonel Anders Skjöldebrand.
In essence a section of the Communist Party leadership, whose views were voiced at the theoretical level by Nikolai Bukharin, argued that socialism could be built in a single country, even an underdeveloped one like Russia.
His three Samson and Roberto books have become particularly popular in Russia, in part due to the illustrations by Nikolai Vorontsov, which also contribute carefully orchestrated local Russian-related colloquialisms to the stories.
However, the lack of real political freedom in Russia, coupled with financial difficulties, led to the end in 1866, when the magazine was closed by the tsar's government in connection with the arrest of its radical editor, revolutionary Nikolai Chernyshevsky ).
King Stanisław August Poniatowski was at first inclined to mediate between the Confederates and Russia, the latter represented by the Russian envoy to Warsaw, Prince Nikolai Repnin ; but finding this impossible, he sent a force against them under Grand Hetman Franciszek Ksawery Branicki and two generals against the confederates.
On 1 March 2006 two government officials who were responsible for the auction, former deputy minister of property relations of Russia, Nikolai Gusev, and the director of Federal State Unitary Enterprise " VPK-Invest " ( who officially was managing the houses before the auction ), Ramil Gaisin, were indicted for " appropriation of managed property committed by an organized group on particularly large scale ".
In 1889 in Russia, the writer Nikolai A. Rubakin published his study of over 10, 000 texts written by everyday people.
* – Nikolai Moiseyev, deputy head of the Russian Federal Space Agency said " another power has joined the space club " and that Russia looked " forward to further cooperation with them in all areas ".
Additionally, the head of Russia's strategic missile forces, Nikolai Solovtsov, told news agencies that Russia would start deploying its next-generation RS-24 missiles after the 5 December expiry of the START-1 treaty with the United States.
You must keep on drawing .” His second brother, Nikolai, disappeared in Georgia, Russia, during the Russian Revolution of 1917.
Based on these torture allegations and the fact that the two officers were arrested within an extraterritorial compound belonging to the Russian Embassy, Russia demanded the immediate release of its citizens ; they were represented by the attorney of the law firm founded by Nikolai Yegorov, a friend and fellow student of Vladimir Putin at Leningrad State University.