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  2. Makhnovshchina - Wikipedia

    The Makhnovshchina ( Ukrainian: Махновщина, romanized : Makhnovshchyna) was a mass movement to establish anarchist communism in southern and eastern Ukraine during the Ukrainian War of Independence of 1917–1921. Named after Nestor Makhno, the commander-in-chief of the Revolutionary Insurgent Army of Ukraine, its aim was to create a ...

  3. Nicholas II of Russia - Wikipedia

    Early life Birth and family background Nicholas II, unbreeched at two years old, with his mother, Maria Feodorovna, in 1870 Grand Duke Nicholas was born on 18 May [ O.S. 6 May] 1868, in the Alexander Palace in Tsarskoye Selo south of Saint Petersburg, during the reign of his grandfather Emperor Alexander II.

  4. Left Socialist-Revolutionaries - Wikipedia

    Maria Spiridonova, revolutionary icon and symbol of the new Left SR party. The final Left SR split was due to the party's attitude towards the Second All-Russian Congress of Soviets of Workers' and Soldiers' Deputies.

  5. Russian Civil War - Wikipedia

    Maria Spiridonova. The Constituent Assembly met on January 18, 1918. The Right SR Chernov was elected president defeating the Bolshevik supported candidate, the Left SR Maria Spiridonova (she would later break with the Bolsheviks and after the decades of gulag, she was shot on Stalin's orders in 1941).

  6. Dictator of Romania: Nicolae Ceaușescu Quiz | World | 15 ...

    1. Nicolae Ceaușescu was part of a youth movement in the 1930s made up of Romanian Communists. While imprisoned in the 1930s for this, he became a follower of a fellow prisoner, a future Romanian leader. Who was this? Hint Gonchigiin Bumtsend Gheorghe Gheorghiu-Dej

  7. On the Spot Award Recipients

    Adam Heller - Focus on Relationships, Communicate, Passion for Growth – Nominated by Daria Nikiforova "I would like to nominate Adam Heller for “On the spot award (Focus on Relationship, Communicate, Passion for Growth)” and recognize his commitment to the team, for supporting team members with difficult customer issues and workload."

  8. Emma Goldman - Wikipedia

    Emma Goldman (June 27, 1869 – May 14, 1940) was a Russian-born anarchist revolutionary, political activist, and writer. She played a pivotal role in the development of anarchist political philosophy in North America and Europe in the first half of the 20th century.

  9. Orlando Figes [Materials in English]

    Extracts from four of the interviews have been selected for translation into English (those with Lev Netto, Marksena Nikiforova, Dmitrii Streletskii and Antonina Znamenskaia). These are some of the richest interviews in the oral history project, each one raising complex issues of personal identity and moral choice, which should make them ...

  10. Maria Di Mento - The Chronicle of Philanthropy

    Maria Di Mento. Senior Reporter. The Chronicle of Philanthropy. 202-466-1733. Follow. Maria directs the Chronicle of Philanthropy’s annual Philanthropy 50, a comprehensive report on America’s most-generous donors.

  11. Natural Language Processing and Information Retrieval

    This text emphasizes the existing problem domains and possible new directions in natural language processing and information retrieval. It discusses the importance of information retrieval with the integration of machine learning, deep learning, and word embedding. This approach supports the quick evaluation of real-time data.