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  2. Alexander Yegorov (soldier) - Wikipedia

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    Alexander Ilyich Yegorov or Egorov (Russian: Александр Ильич Егоров, tr. Aleksandr Il'ich Yegórov) (October 25 [O.S. October 13] 1883 – February 23, 1939), was a Soviet military leader during the Russian Civil War, when he commanded the Red Army's Southern Front and played an important part in defeating the White forces in Ukraine.

  3. List of people who were executed - Wikipedia

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    Lisbetha Olsdotter (1679), Swedish cross-dresser and early female soldier (disguised as a man). Dominique Phinot (c.1556), French composer of the Renaissance; James Pratt and John Smith (1835), two London men who became the last two people to be executed for sodomy in the UK; Murder. Jack Alderman (2008)

  4. List of Russian people - Wikipedia

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    Alexander I, the first Russian King of Poland and the first Russian Grand Duke of Finland. Alexander II "the Liberator", enacted the "Great Reforms" in Russian economy and social structure, including the emancipation reform of 1861; Alexander III "the Peacemaker", reversed some of the liberal reforms of his father, Alexander II. This policy is ...

  5. TNO Far East / Characters - TV Tropes

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    The Remnant: While not in the most optimal position for reunification as far as communist warlords go (this title goes to Alexander Yegorov and his potential successors), Genrikh Yagoda in legal terms certainly has the strongest claim to it, as Irkutsk is the only part of Russia actually administered by the direct continuation of the pre ...

  6. TNO Patch v.1.3.0 "Toolbox Theory - Unfinished Business"

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    Replaced Kliment Voroshilov with Alexander Yegorov as the WRRF's starting leader . The effects of policies are now calculated using a set min and max, making them easier to predict . New industrial regulations policy type as a merger of pollution and safety laws . Overhauled the immigration, forced labor, penal system, and security policy ...

  7. Casualties of the Russo-Ukrainian War - Wikipedia

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    On 9 June, Roman Ratushny, a Euromaidan activist and soldier, died during a battle near Izyum. On 12 June, Aleksey Chubashev , a military journalist and soldier, died during the Donbas offensive. Chubashev was the Chief of a Radio and a TV channel of the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense.

  8. Kiev Offensive (1920) - Wikipedia

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    The 1920 Kiev Offensive (or Kiev Expedition, wyprawa kijowska in Polish) was a major part of the Polish–Soviet War.It was an attempt by the armed forces of the recently established Second Polish Republic led by Józef Piłsudski, in alliance with Ukrainian leader Symon Petliura of the Ukrainian People's Republic, to seize the territories of modern-day Ukraine which mostly fell under Soviet ...

  9. 1937 - Wikipedia

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    Daniel Alexander Cameron, Canadian politician (b. 1870) Juan Campisteguy, Uruguayan lawyer, soldier and 25th President of Uruguay (b. 1859) September 5 – David Hendricks Bergey, American bacteriologist (b. 1860) September 6 – Harry Charles Purvis Bell, British civil servant, commissioner (b. 1851) September 8 – Frank Alexander, American ...

  10. Marshal of the Soviet Union - Wikipedia

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    The military rank of Marshal of the Soviet Union was established by a decree of the Soviet Cabinet, the Council of People's Commissars (Sovnarkom), on 22 September 1935. On 20 November, the rank was conferred on five people: People's Commissar of Defence and veteran Bolshevik Kliment Voroshilov, Chief of the General Staff of the Red Army Alexander Yegorov, and three senior commanders, Vasily ...

  11. Russian Ground Forces - Wikipedia

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    Beyond the Russian frontier, drugs were smuggled across the Tajik border—supposedly being patrolled by Russian guards—by military aircraft, and a Russian senior officer, General Major Alexander Perelyakin, had been dismissed from his post with the United Nations peacekeeping force in Bosnia-Hercegovina , following continued complaints of ...