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Vavilov N.I., (1887-1943), biologist

VAVILOV Nikolay Ivanovich (1887-1943), geneticist, plant-breeder, science official, public figure, Member of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR (1929), Member of the Academy of Sciences of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic (1929)

Vielgorsky Mikhail Yuryevich and Vielgorsky Matvey Yurievich, Counts, musicians

VIELGORSKY MIKHAIL YURYEVICH AND VIELGORSKY MATVEY YURIEVICH, Counts, musicians, patrons of art, brothers ("brothers of harmony"). Born in St. Petersburg. Their father authored drama and musical works, worked as a parlour musician

Vladimir Alexandrovich (1847-1909), Grand Prince

VLADIMIR ALEXANDROVICH (1847, St. Petersburg- 1909, St. Petersburg), Grand Prince, statesman and military officer, Infantry General (1880), Adjutant General (1872), member of the State Assembly (1872), senator (1868), honorary member of the St

Vogt, Ivan Fyodorovich

1794 -01/02/1842 I.F. Vogt had the home education . In 1814 he began to serve as a private of the Azov Infantry Regiment. In 1825 he had a rank of a staff-captain of this regiment. I.F

Wiese V.Y., (1886-1954), oceanologist, explorer of the Arctic Zone

WIESE Vladimir Yulievich (1886, St. Petersburg - 1954), scientist, explorer of the Arctic Zone, Corresponding Member of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR (1933). Graduated from Gottingen University in 1910. In 1912-14, took part in G.Y

Yudenich N.N. (1862-1933), commander, general of infantry

YUDENICH Nikolay Nikolaevich (1862-1933), military leader, Infantry General (1915). Graduated from the Alexandrovsky Military School (1881) and the Nikolaevskaya General Staff Academy (1887) in St. Petersburg

Yuryev Y.M., (1872-1948), actor

YURYEV Yury Mikhailovich (1872-1948, Leningrad), actor, pedagogue, theatre worker, People's Artist of the USSR (1939). Graduated from drama courses at the Moscow Drama School (1893)

Zemtsov M.G. (1688-1743), architect.

ZEMTSOV Mikhail Grigoryevich (1688-1743, St. Petersburg), architect, graphic artist, theorist of architecture, representative of the early Baroque. He studied at the Armoury Printing House School in Moscow. He worked in St

Zhukovsky V.A. (1783-1852), poet

ZHUKOVSKY Vasily Andreevich (1783-1852), poet, translator, member of the Russian Academy (1818), member of the Petersburg Academy of Sciences (1841; honorary member from 1827), privy counsellor (1841)

Zoshchenko M.M. (1894-1958), writer

ZOSHCHENKO Mikhail Mikhailovich (1895, St. Petersburg - 1958, Sestroretsk), writer. Studied at the Eighth Gymnasium, then at the Faculty of Law of Petersburg University (dismissed for non-payment)

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