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  1. Pavel Dybenko – Bolshevik revolutionary, one of the leaders of the October revolution; Alexandra Kollontai – revolutionary, politician, diplomat and Marxist theoretician. Serving as the People's Commissar for Welfare in 1917–1918, she was the first woman in history to become an official member of a governing cabinet.

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  3. Дыбенко, Павел Ефимович — Википедия

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    Павел Ефимович Дыбенко; Дата рождения: 28 февраля 1889 или 16 (28) февраля 1889: Место рождения: село Людково, Новозыбковский уезд, Черниговская губерния, Российская империя

  4. Alexandra Kollontai - Wikipedia

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    Alexandra and her second husband, Pavel Dybenko In 1911, while abruptly breaking off her long-term relationship with her faction comrade Petr Pavlovich Maslov [ ru ] (1867–1946), an agrarian scientist, she started a love affair with another fellow exile, Alexander Gavrilovich Shliapnikov .

  5. Armata Rossa - Wikipedia

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    Nikolaj Podvojskij divenne il commissario per la guerra, Pavel Dybenko commissario per la flotta. Anche Prošjan, Samouskij, Steinberg furono indicati come commissari del popolo così come Vladimir Bonč-Bruevič dall'Ufficio dei Commissari.

  6. Anarchism in Ukraine - Wikipedia

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    After Makhnovists accused the Bolsheviks of monopolizing the Revolution, Pavel Dybenko declared the Ukrainian anarchists to be "counterrevolutionary" and attempted to ban their congresses, which they held anyway.

  7. Ukrainians in Russia - Wikipedia

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    Pavel Dybenko – Bolshevik revolutionary, one of the leaders of the October revolution; Alexandra Kollontai – revolutionary, politician, diplomat and Marxist theoretician. Serving as the People's Commissar for Welfare in 1917–1918, she was the first woman in history to become an official member of a governing cabinet.

  8. October Revolution - Wikipedia

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    Pavel Dybenko Joseph Stalin: Alexander Kerensky Pyotr Krasnov: Strength; 10,000 red sailors, 20,000–30,000 red guard soldiers, unknown number of workers: 500–1,000 volunteer soldiers, 1,000 soldiers of women's battalion: Casualties and losses; Few wounded Red Guard soldiers: All imprisoned or deserted

  9. Nestor Makhno - Wikipedia

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    Pavel Derevyanko portrayed Makhno in the 2005 miniseries Nine Lives of Nestor Makhno Multiple Soviet and Russian films depicted Makhno, often in a negative light. Makno was the antagonist in the 1923 Red Devils , portrayed by the Odessa gangster and part-time actor Vladimir Kucherenko.

  10. Cubakrisen - Wikipedia, den frie encyklopædi

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    Cubakrisen er en betegnelse for de 13 dage i oktober 1962, hvor USA og Sovjetunionen gensidigt fremsatte trusler om at anvende atomvåben om nødvendigt. Krisen var kulminationen på Den Kolde Krig, og antagelig det tætteste verden nogensinde har været på en atomkrig mellem de to atommagter.

  11. 1919 Soviet invasion of Ukraine - Wikipedia

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    Units of the 2nd Ukrainian Soviet Division, led by Pavel Dybenko, entered Katerynoslav, which the Petliurists and Makhnovists had been fighting fierecly over. On 18 January 1919, Antonov-Ovseenko, who moved his quarters from Kursk to Chernihiv, accelerated the preparations for the march to Kyiv.

  12. Vladimir Lenin - Wikipedia

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    Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov (22 April [O.S. 10 April] 1870 – 21 January 1924), better known as Vladimir Lenin, was a Russian revolutionary, politician, and political theorist.