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Dimitrov, Georgi, 1882-1949

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Personal name headingDimitrov, Georgi, 1882-1949
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Variant(s)Dimitrov, Georgiĭ, 1882-1949
Dimitroff, Georgi, 1882-1949
Dimitrov, Georges, 1882-1949
Dimitrov, Giorgio, 1882-1949
Dimitrov, Jiří, 1882-1949
Dimitrov, Jorge, 1882-1949
Dimitrow, Georgi, 1882-1949
Dymytrov, Heorhiĭ, 1882-1949
Dzimitrov, Heorhiĭ, 1882-1949
Dīmītrūf, Ghiyūrghī, 1882-1949
Deimitorofu, G., 1882-1949
Dimitorofu, 1882-1949
Димитров, Георги, 1882-1949
דימיטראָװ, געאָרגי
דימיטראוו, ג.
דימיטראװ, ג.
季米特洛夫, 1882-1949
Other standard no.0000000122816500
71405733
Q155074
Associated countryBulgaria
Birth date1882-06-18
Death date1949-07-02
Field of activityCommunists Politicians
AffiliationBŭlgarska komunisticheska partii︠a︡
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Found inGeorgiĭ Dimitrov--nash sovremennik, 1982: t.p. (Georgiĭ Dimitrov)
Muḥākamat Ghiyūrghī Dīmītrūf, 1979.
Barukan to Indo no kakumei undō to ... 1929: p. 1 (G. Deimitorofu (or Dimitorofu) [surname in katakana]) tab. of contents (Deimitorofu (or Dimitorofu)
Gaikoku jinmei j. (Dimitorofu [surname in katakana]; Georgi Mikhailovich Dimitrov [in rom.]; 1882-1949; Bulgarian politician; leader in labor movements)
Arendt, H. Eichmann in Jerusalem, 2006: page 188 (I know of no attempt to explain the conduct of the Bulgarian people, which is unique in the belt of mixed populations. But one is reminded of Georgi Dimitrov, a Bulgarian Communist who happened to be in Germany when the Nazis came to power, and whom they chose to accuse of the Reichstagsbrand, the mysterious fire in the Berlin Parliament of February 27, 1933. He was tried by the German Supreme Court and confronted with Göring, whom he questioned as though he were in charge of the proceedings; and it was thanks to Dimitrov that all those accused, except van der Lubbe, had to be acquitted. His conduct was such that it won him the admiration of the whole world, Germany not excluded. "There is one man left in Germany," people used to say, "and he is a Bulgarian.")
Wikipedia, 30 December 2017 (Georgi Dimitrov Mikhaylov (Bulgarian: Гео̀рги Димитро̀в Миха̀йлов), also known as Georgi Mikhaylovich Dimitrov (Russian: Гео́ргий Миха́йлович Дими́тров) (June 18, 1882-July 2, 1949), was a Bulgarian communist politician. He was the first communist leader of Bulgaria, from 1946 to 1949. Dimitrov led the Communist International from 1934 to 1943. He was a theorist of capitalism who expanded Lenin's ideas by arguing that fascism was the dictatorship of the most reactionary elements of financial capitalism.)
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