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Bykhovsky, Mayakovsky, Kamensky, Evreinov, Sarian, et al.) Editors: M. Gindin, et al.
PLAMYA ("Flame"). Illustrated Literary-Artistic and Satirical Magazine. Complete Run
Tiflis: Zaria Vostoka, 1923-1924

21 issues, all published

Constructivist covers by Alexander Bykhovskiy (color lithographs).

Text in Russian. Folio (from 9" x 12-1/2" to 14-1/8" x 10-5/8") stapled wraps. Profusely illustrated: photographs, drawings, photomontage. (Each issue contains dozens of illustrations).

Editors: M. Gindin, A. Karinian and Mamiya Orakhelashvili.

Authors: A. Arosev, Aleksandr Kazbek, Aleksei Sidorov, Alexander Chachikov, Anatoly Lunacharsky, Boris Pilnyak, Egishe Charents, Georgy Kreitan, Grigory Robakidze, Ilya Chavchavadze, Lev Trotsky, M. Kol'tsov, Mikhail Zoshchenko, Nikolay Evreinov, Ovanes Tumanian, Paolo Yashvili, Petr Oreshin, Sergei Obradovich, Titsian Tabidze, Vasily Kamensky, Vasily Lvov-Rogachevsky, Vazha Pshavela, Vladimir Mayakovsky, et al.

Artists: A. Bazhbeuk-Melikov, A. Kutateladze, A. Liubimov, Akop Kodzhoyan, Aleksandr Bykhovski, Boris Efimov, D. Kutateladze, F. Varlamashvili, I. Toidze, I. Toporkov, Konstantin Rotov, M. Gotsiridze, Martiros Saryan, O. Sharleman', S. Nadareyshvili, Sh. Mamaladze, Spirin, V. A. Sergeev, V. Lebedeva, V. Lekht, Vasily Krotkov, et al.
Photgraphers: B. Kozak, et al.

"Golubyie Rogi" - Adzharia - Archeology - Architecture - Art exhibitions - Aviation - Azerbaijan - Baku - Batumi (Batum) - Caricatures - Caucasian art and architecture - China - Chronicle - Cinema - Ethnography - Exhibitions - Fascism - Fleet - Folklore - France - German Expressionism - Germany - Graphics - India - Ingushetia - Japan - Lado Gudiashvili - Lev Trotsky, Literary critique - Memoirs - Monumental art - Monuments - Music - Niko Pirosmanishvili - Obituaries - Oil - Painting - Persia - Photography - Poetry - Propaganda - Prose - Red Army - Religion - Revolution - ROSTA - Satire and humor - Sculpture - South Osetia - Sukhumi (Sukhum) - Theater - Tiflis (Tbilisi) - Tobacco - Translations - Transportation - Travel notes - etc.

Because of political reasons (reference to Trotsky, etc.) publishing of many early Soviet periodicals (especially provincial ones) was suspended, all published issues were destroyed and very few survived.

Very Rare set, especially complete. Not in MOMA. Not in Getty. Not in British Library. Not in NYPL.

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Saryan, Martiros) Foreword by N. Mashkovtsev. Autobiographical notes by the Artist
Exhibition Catalogue: VYSTAVKA PROIZVEDENIY... (Martiros Sergeevich Saryan)
Moscow: Vsekokhudozhnik, 1936

Catalogue of the retrospective exhibition of a famous Armenian and Russian Soviet artist Martiros Sarian.

Text in Russian. Softcover. Illustrated. 1000 copies only.

Rare.

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Lissitzky, Rodchenko, Stepanova, Telingater, Heartfield, Ignatovich, Babel, Tretiakov, et al.
SSSR NA STROIKE - USSR IN CONSTRUCTION - USSR IM BAU - UdSSR IM BAU - URSS EN CONSTRUCTION - URSS EN CONSTRUCCION. Illustrated Photo Magazine
Moscow, 1930-1949

Published in Russian, English, German, French, Spanish. Elephant folio stapled wraps. Illustrated throughout with photomontages, photographs, graphics; foldouts.

Editors-in-chief: Georgy Pyatakov, Valeriy Mezhlauk, Aleksandr Kosarev, et al.
Editorial Board and office manager: Maksim Gorky, Mikhail Koltsov, Victor Mikulin, et al.

Authors: Sergey Tretyakov, Isaac Babel, Petr Pavlenko, Alexander Fadeev, Boris Agapov, Lev Slavin, Vakhtang Ananian [Ananjan], Sergey Rafalovich, El-Registan, Victor Shklovskiy, et al.

Artists: Nikolay Troshin, Sophia and Lazar' (El) Lissitzky, Alexander Rodchenko, Varvara Stepanova, Solomon Telingater, John Heartfield, Ismail Urasov, Nikolay Ilyin, Valentina Khodasevich, et al.

Photographs: S. Alperin, Maks Al'pert, J. Berliner, S. Blokhin, Dmitry Debabov, V. Domansky, Yury Eremin, Semen Friedland, V. Glass, G. Grachev, A. Gostev, Boris Ignatovich, A Kardakov, Roman Karmen, M. Katzenko, Yakov Khalip, V. Kinelovsky, Boris Kudoyarov, Eleazar Langman, M. Markov, Victor Mikulin, E. Mikulina, Pavel Novitsky, Otryshkin, Mark Penson, N. Petrov, Georgy Petrusov, Max Prekhner, Mikhail Prekhner, Alexander Rodchenko, A. Rudnev, M. Samgin, M. Satz, Ivan Shagin, Arkady Shaikhet, Arkady Shishkin, D. Shulkin, Abram Sterenberg, M. Silaev, A. Tartakovsky, Sergey Tretyakov, Tules, Georgy Zelma, Zel'tsov, et al.

Museum catalogues:
MOMA
Getty

Reproduced:
MOMA Collection
The Great Utopia
Die Grosse Utopie
Tupitsyn
Kuppers
Harvard
Dabrowski
and other sources.

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Klutsis, Senkin, Telingater, et al.) Karasik, Mikhail
UDARNAYA KNIGA SOVETSKOY DETVORY ("'Shock' Book of Soviet Children"). First Edition
Moscow: Kontakt, 2010

Photo-illustration and Photo-montage in Children and Youth Books of 1920's-1930's.

Text in Russian. Folio (12-1/8" x 9-3/4") hardcover. 279, (1) pp. Illustrated throughout. Illustrated epps., ribbon. Fine.

150+ books reproduced. The definite reference on Soviet children's books and photographic art.

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Photographer Unknown
PALACES OF YOUNG PIONEERS AND OCTOBERITES (Photo-album)
[Moscow]: VOKS, n/d (c. 1937-1939)

Text in Russian. Landscape folio (12" x 15-1/4") cloth-baked hardcover decorated with relief VOKS emblem on front; another emblem on front pastedown. Partially handmade album containing thick cardboard sheets with tipped-in large (9" x 11") original photographs. Some wear, bumping and staining; photographs in great condition.
Large and heavy item.

Might be executed in very small number of copies (Probably for presentation to some US VOKS officials?).

Very Rare.

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Gadzhiev, Amir]
Illustration for a Children's Book
[Baku, c. 1930]

Medium: Gouache, ink, watercolor and whitewash on paper

Size in inches: 8-1/8" x 6-3/4"

Size in centimeters: 20.5 x 17 cm

Comments:
Artist: [Amir Gadjiev]. Unframed.

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Shchusev, Pokryshkin, Minenko
MECHETI SAMARKANDA. Vypusk I. GUR-EMIR - LES MOSQUEES DE SAMARCANDE. Fascicule I. GOUR-EMIR (The only published)
St. Petersbourg [St. Petersburg]: Expedition pour la confection des papiers d'etat [EZGB], 1905

Izdanie Imperatorskoi Arkheologicheskoi Komissii - Publie par la Commission imperiale archeologique. Only one part was published.

Drawings ("D'apres nature") by Aleksei Shchusev, Petr Pokryshkin, A. Minenko.

Text in Russian and French. Elephant folio (30" x 21-3/4" or 76 x 55 cm) paper wrapper with loose sheets as issued. IX pp. text (illustrated), 18 plates (mostly in color); of them 3 folding or double-page.

Very Rare oversize copy. Smaller size (folded) copies are also rare but not as much as unfolded.

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Gadzhiev, Amir]
Illustration for a Children's Book
[Baku, c. 1930]

Medium: Gouache, ink, watercolor and whitewash on paper

Size in inches: 8-1/4" x 13-3/4"

Size in centimeters: 21 x 35 cm

Comments:
Artist: [Amir Gadjiev]. Unframed.

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Gadzhiev, Amir]
Illustration for a Children's Book
[Baku, c. 1930]

Medium: Gouache, ink, watercolor and whitewash on paper

Size in inches: 8-1/8" x 6-3/4"

Size in centimeters: 20.5 x 17 cm

Comments:
Artist: [Amir Gadjiev]. Unframed.

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Gadzhiev, Amir]
Illustration for a Children's Book
[Baku, c. 1930]

Medium: Gouache, ink, watercolor and whitewash on paper

Size in inches: 8-1/4" x 6-3/4"

Size in centimeters: 21 x 17 cm

Comments:
Artist: [Amir Gadjiev]. Unframed.

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Gadzhiev, Amir]
Illustration for a Children's Book
[Baku, c. 1930]

Medium: Gouache, ink, watercolor and whitewash on paper

Size in inches: 8-1/8" x 6-3/4"

Size in centimeters: 20.5 x 17 cm

Comments:
Artist: [Amir Gadjiev]. Unframed.

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Zimin, Grigory
FATIMA. SUDAN
[1920's-1930's]

Medium: Vintage Photograph

Size in inches: 9-1/8" x 11" (Mat size 12-5/8" x 15-1/4")

Size in centimeters: 23 x 28 cm (Mat size 32 x 39 cm)

Comments: Photographer: Grigoriy [Georgy] Zimin. Inscribed on the front of the mat.

Provenance: The artist.

Very Rare

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Zdanevich, Kruchenykh, Terent'ev, Cherepnin, et al.
Poster 'VECHER POEZII I MUZYKI' ("Evening of Poetry and Music")
Tiflis, 1918

Size in inches: 15-1/4" x 6-1/2"

Size in centimeters: 39 x 16.5 cm

Participants: Alexander Chachikov, Nikolay Cherepnin, Yury Degen, Georgy Evangulov, Vasily Katanian, Aleksey Kruchenykh, Sofya Melnikova, Igor Terentyev, Tatyana Vechorka, Paolo Yashvili, Ilya Zdanevich, et al.

Text in Russian. Unframed.

Tiflis Futurism period poster.
From Igor Terentiev's archive.

Extremely Rare.


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Blavatskaya, Elena Petrovna (Helena Petrovna Blavatsky)
TAYNAYA DOKTRINA ("The Secret Doctrine"). In two Volumes
Riga: Uguns, 1937

First in Russian.

Text in Russian. Large 8vo (9-5/8" x 6-1/2") cloth titled in silver to front and spine. 1800+ pp. in both volumes; errata slip.

Very Rare.

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Terent'ev, Igor
Self-Portrait
[Tiflis, c. 1920]

Medium: Watercolor, gouache and pencil on paper

Size in inches: 20" x 13-1/2"

Size in centimeters: 51 x 34.5 cm

Comments:
Artist: Igor' Terentyev. Some restoration. Unframed.

Tiflis Futurism period work.
From Igor' Terentiev's archive.

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Khalykov, Gazanfar ogly
Title in Azerbaijani?]
Baku, 1920's]

Medium: Ink and pencil on paper (on both sides)

Size in inches: 7-1/4" x 5-1/8"

Size in centimeters: 18.5 x 13 cm

Comments:
Artist: Kazanfar Khalykov. Inscribed in Azerbaijani. Unframed.

From the artist's family

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Rerberg) Mosolov, Aleksandr
TURKMENSKIYE NOCHI ("Turkmen Nights"). For piano. 3 pieces (Set)
Moscow: Muzsektor Gosizdata, 1929

Music by Alexander Mossolow.
Covers by Ivan Rerberg.

Text in Russian and German. Folio (14" x 10-1/2"). 500 copies only.

Very Rare.

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Brier) Bakaleinikov, Mikhail (Composer). Text by Alexander Kusikov
OBIDNO, DOSADNO... ("[I Feel] Hurt and Disappointment"). Gipsy Song. Signed
Harbin: First Far East Music Publishing, n/d [1918-1919]

Uncommon emigre publication

Music by Mischa Bakaleinikoff.
Poetry by Aleksandr Kusikov.
Cover by P. Brier.

Text in Russian. Folio (12-7/8" x 9-7/8").
Signed by the composer in Khabarovsk, 1919 during his emigration to the United States.

Very Rare, especially signed.

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Ullstein, Marc (Arranged by)
SUBBOTA (MILASHKA MOLDAVANKA) / Am Schabes ("Sabbath"). Jewish Folk Song
Kiev: Leon Idzikovsky [Idzikowski], n/d (pre-1918)

Arrangement by Mark Ul'shtein.

In Russian and French. Small folio (11-3/4" x 9-1/4").

Rare.

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Blavatskaya, Elena Petrovna (Helena Petrovna Blavatsky)
TAYNAYA DOKTRINA ("The Secret Doctrine"). In two Volumes
Riga: Uguns, 1937

First in Russian.

Text in Russian. Large 8vo (9-5/8" x 6-1/2") cloth titled in silver to front and spine. 1800+ pp. in both volumes; errata slip.

Very Rare.

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Shchusev, Pokryshkin, Minenko
MECHETI SAMARKANDA. Vypusk I. GUR-EMIR - LES MOSQUEES DE SAMARCANDE. Fascicule I. GOUR-EMIR (The only published)
St. Petersbourg [St. Petersburg]: Expedition pour la confection des papiers d'etat [EZGB], 1905

Izdanie Imperatorskoi Arkheologicheskoi Komissii - Publie par la Commission imperiale archeologique. Only one part was published.

Drawings ("D'apres nature") by Aleksei Shchusev, Petr Pokryshkin, A. Minenko.

Text in Russian and French. Elephant folio (30" x 21-3/4" or 76 x 55 cm) paper wrapper with loose sheets as issued. IX pp. text (illustrated), 18 plates (mostly in color); of them 3 folding or double-page.

Very Rare oversize copy. Smaller size (folded) copies are also rare but not as much as unfolded.

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Pisarev, N.
DOMASHNY BYT RUSSKIKH PATRIARKHOV ("Home Life of Russian Patriarchs"). First Edition
Kazan: The Imperial University, 1904>

Text in Russian. Tall 8vo (9 x 6") cloth decorated with embossed ornament and gilt. VIII +278 + 170 + X pp. Moire epps.

Rare provincial publication in decent condition.

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Akhundov, Ismail
Invitation for Baku Turk Workers Theater Jubilee
Baku, 1931

Size in inches: 5" x 10-1/2" unfolded

Size in centimeters: 12.5 x 26.5 cm

Text in Azerbaijani and Russian.

Avant-garde design (Constructivism with elements of Suprematism) by [Ismail Gusein ogly Akhundov].

From I. Akhundov's estate.

Very Rare

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Antiquarian Book Trading Company of P. Shibanov
KATALOG REDKIKH I ZAMECHATEL'NYKH KNIG... ("Catalogue of Rare and Remarkable Books...") And similar ones. 12 Catalogues
Moscow, 1886-1894

Twelve catalogues.

Text in Russian. 6-3/4" x 4-1/2" to 10" x 6-3/4" Softcovers. 40 to 126 pp. in each catalogue.

Rare.

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Pimenov, Voloshin, et al.) Barsamov, N. (Foreword)
TRETYA VYSTAVKA KARTIN ("3rd Exhibition of Paintings"). Exhibition Catalogue
Feodosiya: City Museum, 1927

Catalogue of a group exhibition (groups "OST", "Zhar-Tsvet", "Makovets", etc.).
Foreword by Nikolai Barsamov.

Among the artists: Aleksandr Deineka, Aleksey Kravchenko, Alexander Shevchenko, Andrey Goncharov, Boris Zemenkov, Iosif Shpinel', Konstantin Bogaevsky, Konstantin Kondaurov (Kandaurov), Maksimilian Voloshin, Nikolai Samokish, Nikolay Krymov, Nikolay Piskarev, Nina Simonovich-Efimova, Petr Miturich, Rostislav Barto, Vladimir Favorsky, Vladimir Liushin, Yury Pimenov, et al.

Text in Russian. Stapled wraps. 500 copies only.

Rare.
WorldCat shows no copies worldwide.

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Deineka, Samokish, et al.) Polkanov, A. (Foreword)
KATALOG VYSTAVKI SOVREMENNOGO ISKUSSTVA ("Modern Art: Painting and Graphics"). Exhibition Catalogue
Simferopol': The Central Museum of Tavrida, 1927

Catalogue of a group exhibition (groups "OST", "Zhar-Tsvet", "Makovets", etc.).
Foreword by Alexander Polkanov.

Among the artists: Aleksandr Deineka, Aleksey Kravchenko, Alexander Shevchenko, Andrey Goncharov, Boris Zemenkov, Iosif Shpinel', Konstantin Bogaevsky, Konstantin Kondaurov (Kandaurov), Maksimilian Voloshin, Nikolai Samokish, Nikolay Krymov, Nikolay Piskarev, Nina Simonovich-Efimova, Petr Miturich, Rostislav Barto, Vladimir Favorsky, Vladimir Liushin, Yury Pimenov, et al.

Text in Russian. Stapled wraps. 600 copies only. Light waterstaining to bottom, but completely serviceable.
From the library of the artist Yulia Razumovskaya.

Rare.
WorldCat shows only one copy worldwide.

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Roerich, Nicholas.
22 LETTERS TO J. EARL SCHRACK.
1931 - 1938.
Group of twenty-two letters from Nicholas K. Roerich to Joseph Earl Schrack (President, Academy of Creative Arts, Roerich Museum, NY).

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Rubisova, Elena [Yelena, Ielena, Olena] Fedorovna [Fyodorovna, Fiodorovna] (Helene Rubissow) (1897-1988)

Ukrainian and Russian emigre artist, poetess, prosaic, art critic.

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Sidorov, Sidoroff], Aleksey [Aleksei, Alexey, Alexei] Alekseevich [Alexeevich] (1891-1978)

Well-known Russian and Soviet Avant-garde graphic artist, art critic, bibliophile, art historian and occultist.

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Gritz (Grits), Teodor [Theodor] Solomonovich (1905-1959)

Russian Soviet whiter and literary critic.

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Maydel' [Maydel, Maidel', Maidel, Maydell], Gergard [Gerhardt] Lyudvigovich [Liudvigovich, Ludwigovich, Ludwig] (1835-1894)

Russian traveler and explorer of Northern-Eastern Russia.

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Miganadzhian [Miganadzhyan], Avagim (Ovakim) Emmanuilovich (1883-1938)

Armenian and Russian painter and graphic artist.

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Eikhenval'd [Eikhenvald], Anton Aleksandrovich (1975-1952)

Russian and Soviet composer, conductor, producer, pedagogue, folklorist, editor, theater artist.

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Rempel' [Rempel], Lazar' [Lazar] Izrailevich (1907-1992)

Well-known Uzbek and Russian Soviet art critic, art historian and orientalist.

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Wischnitzer [Vishnitzer], Rachel Bernstein (1885-1989)

Jewish artist, art critic and editor.

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Bal'mont [Balmont], Konstantin Dmitrievich [Dmitriievich, Dmitriyevich] (1867-1942)

A famous Russian poet and translator.

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Kaziev [Kaziyev, Kaziiev], Shamil' Gasan-ogly (1908-1980)

Azerbaijani Soviet painter, graphic and theater artist.

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Sungurov, Antonin [Anthonin] Ivanovich (1894-?)

Russian painter and graphic artist; sinologist. From 1926 lived in China.

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Trutovsky [Trutovskiy, Trutovski, Trutovskii, Trutowskij], Vladimir Konstantinovich (1862-1932)

Well-known Russian and Soviet orientalist, numismatist, historian and pedagogue.

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Durnovo, Lidiya [Lidia, Lidiia] Aleksandrovna [Alexandrovna] (1883-1963)

Russian and Soviet art critic, orientalist and museum worker. Specialist in Medieval Art (Russian, Armenian, etc.).

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Kodzhoyan [Kodzhoian, Kodjoyan, Kodjoian, Kojoyan, Kojoian], Akop Karapetovich (Karpovich, Gerasimovich) (1883-1958)

Well-known Armenian and Russian Soviet painter and graphic artist.

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Arutchian [Arutchyan], Sergey [Sergei] Avetovich (1912-1986)

Armenian and Russian Soviet graphic, theater and cinema artist.

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Bagirov, Mirdzhafar [Mirdjafar, Mirjafar] (Mir Dzhafar [Djafar, Jafar] Abbasovich (Abbas ogly) (1895-1956)

Well-known Azerbaijani Soviet official, "Narkomvnudel" or Narkom (People's Commissar or Minister) of Internal Affairs (infamous NKVD, later KGB) and "Predazcheka" (Chairman of Azerbaijani CheKa). Close associate of Beria.

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Masson, Mikhail Evgenievich [Evgenyevich, Evgen'evich, Yevgenievich, Yevgenyevich, Yevgen'evich[ (1897-1986)

Well-known Russian and Uzbek Soviet historian, orientalist and archeologist.

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Viatkin [Vyatkin], Vasily [Vasiliy, Vasili, Vasilii, Vasilij, Vassily] Lavrentievich [Levrentyevich, Lavrent'evich] (1869-1932)

Well-known Russian and Uzbek Soviet historian, orientalist and archeologist.

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Umniakov, Ivan Ivanovich (1890-1976)

Well-known Russian and Uzbek Soviet historian, orientalist and archeologist.

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Nesmelov, Arseny [Arseniy, Arseni, Arsenii, Arsenij] (real name Arseny Ivanovich Mitropolsky [Mitropolskiy, Mitropolski, Mitropolskii, Mitropolskij, Mitropol'sky, Mitropol'skiy, Mitropol'ski, Mitropol'skii, Mitropol'skij]) (1889-1945)

Russian poet, prosaic and journalist.

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Yakubovsky [Yakubovskiy, Yakubovski, Yakubovskii, Yakubovskij, Iakubovsky, Iakubovskiy, Iakubovski, Iakubovskii, Iakubovskij,], Aleksandr [Alexander] Yur'evich [Yurievich, Yuryevich, Iur'evich, Iurievich, Iuryevich] (1886-1953)

Russian and Soviet historian, orientalist and archeologist.

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Dostoevsky [Dostoevskiy, Dostoevski, Dostoevskii, Dostoevskij], Miliy [Milii] Fedorovich [Fyodorovich, Fiodorovich] (1884-1937)

Russian and Soviet orientalist and art critic.

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Gogel', Fedor [Fyodor, Fiodor] Vladimirovich (1879-1951)

Russian and Soviet orientalist, historian and art critic. First director of the Museum of Oriental Cultures in Moscow.

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