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Chicherin, G. (Georgiĭ), 1872-1936

LC control no.n 50054512
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Personal name headingChicherin, G. (Georgiĭ), 1872-1936
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Variant(s)Chicherin, Georgiĭ, 1872-1936
Chicherin, Georgy, 1872-1935
Čičerin, G. W., 1872-1936
Čičerin, Georgij, 1872-1936
Cicerin, Gheorghi Vasilievici, 1872-1935
Tchitcherine, G.-W., 1872-1936
Tschitscherin, Georgi W., 1872-1936
Чичерин, Г. (Георгий), 1872-1936
Чичерин, Георгий, 1872-1936
Associated countrySoviet Union
Birth date1872-11
Death date1936-07-07
Place of birthKaraul (Russia)
Place of deathMoscow (Russia)
Profession or occupationPoliticians
Foreign ministers
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inIz istorii internat︠s︡ionala molodezhi, 1925: t.p. (G. Chicherin)
NUC pre-1956 (hdg.: Chicherin, Georgiĭ Vasilʹevich, 1872-1936)
Un échange de notes diplomatiques sur la terreur blanche et la terreur rouge, 1918: t.p. (G.-W. Tchitcherine)
Mozart, 1975: t.p. (Georgi W. Tschitscherin)
Rusko a Líga Národů, 1919: page 18 (... G.W. Čičerina)
Wikipedia, April 12, 2017: English Georgy Chicherin page (Georgy Vasilyevich Chicherin; in Cyrillic script: Георгий Васильевич Чичерин; born 24 November [old style, 12 November] 1872; died 7 July 1936; Marxist revolutionary and Soviet politician; served as People's Commissar for Foreign Affairs in the Soviet government, 1918-1930) Czech Georgij Vasiljevič Čičerin page (Georgij Vasiljevič Čičerin; born in Karaul; died in Moscow)
O agresiune sovietică împotriva României, 2017: p. 304 (Gheorghi Vasilievici Cicerin (1872-1936))
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