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Shevardnadze, Ė. A. (Ėduard Amvrosievich), 1928-2014

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Personal name headingShevardnadze, Ė. A. (Ėduard Amvrosievich), 1928-2014
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Variant(s)Shevardnadze, Ėduard Amvrosievich, 1928-2014
Schewardnadse, Eduard, 1928-2014
Ševardnaże, Eduard Ambrosis że, 1928-2014
Шеварднадзе, Э. А. (Эдуард Амвросиевич), 1928-2014
Шеварднадзе, Эдуард Амвросиевич, 1928-2014
Associated countrySoviet Union Georgian S.S.R. Georgia (Republic)
Birth date19280125
Death date20140707
Place of birthMamatʻi (Georgia)
Place of deathTʻbilisi (Georgia)
Profession or occupationPresidents
Foreign ministers
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inHis Sovetskai︠a︡ Gruzii︠a︡, 1979: t.p. (Ė. A. Shevardnadze) colophon (Ėduard Amvrosievich Shevardnadze)
His Otchet T︠S︡entr. Komiteta Kommunist. partii Gruzii, 1981: t.p. (Ė.A. Shevardnadze) colophon (Eduard Ambrosis że Ševardnaże)
Revolution in Moskau, c1991: t.p. (Eduard Schewardnadse)
Die letzten Jahre einer Weltmacht, 1993: p. 469 (Schewardnadse, Eduard; b. 1928)
LC database, July 7, 2014 (hdg.: Shevardnadze, Ėduard Amvrosievich, 1928- ; usage: Ė.A. Shevardnadze, Eduard Ševardnaże [predominant forms])
New York times (online), viewed July 7, 2014 (Eduard A. Shevardnadze; Eduard Amvrosiyevich Shevardnadze; b. Jan. 25, 1928, Mamati, Georgia; d. Monday [July 7, 2014], aged 86; as Mikhail S. Gorbachev's foreign minister, helped hone the "new thinking," foreign and domestic, that transformed and ultimately rent the Soviet Union, then led his native Georgia through its turbulent start as an independent state)
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