|LC control no.||n 80038281
|Personal name heading||Sakharov, Andreĭ, 1921-1989
|Variant(s)||Сахаров, Андрей, 1921-1989
Сахаров, Андрей Дмитриевич, 1921-1989
Sakharov, Andreĭ Dmitrievich, 1921-1989
Sacharow, Andrej Dmitriwitsch, 1921-1989
Сахаров, А. Д. (Андрей Дмитриевич), 1921-1989
Sakharov, A. D. (Andreĭ Dmitrievich), 1921-1989
Sacharov, Andrej, 1921-1989
סחרוב, אנדרי, 1921־
|Other standard no.||0000000120994733
|Associated country||Soviet Union
|Place of birth||Moscow (Russia)
|Place of death||Moscow (Russia)
|Profession or occupation||Nuclear physicists Dissenters Pacifists Human rights workers
|Special note||Non-Latin script references not evaluated.
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|Found in||His Collected scientific works, c1982: CIP t.p. (A. D. Sakharov) CIP galley (Andrei Dmitrievich Sakharov)
Washington Post Newspaper index, 1976: p. 325A (Sakharov, Andrei)
Sakharov remembered, c1991: CIP galley (Andrei D. Sakharov; d. 12-14-89)
Případ Andrej Sacharov, 1994.
Vikipedii︠a︡ (Russian), March 19, 2016 (Sakharov, Andreĭ Dmitrievich; born May 21, 1921 in Moscow; died December 14, 1989 in Moscow; Russian nuclear physicist, political dissident and peace activist)
New Yorker (New York, N.Y. : 1925), June 28, 2021: page 15, in a Talk of the Town piece by David Remnick (Andrei Sakharov; physicist, creator of the first Soviet thermonuclear weapon; by 1968, he was the moral center of a small group of Soviet dissidents who were willing to risk everything to confront the dictatorship; winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1975; Sakharov may have been as responsible for the dissolution of the Soviet Union as its last General Secretary and President, Mikhail Gorbachev)