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Aliyev, Heydar, 1923-2003

LC control no.n 81047268
Descriptive conventionsrda
Personal name headingAliyev, Heydar, 1923-2003
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Variant(s)Aliev, G. A. (Geĭdar Alievich), 1923-2003
Aliev, Geĭdar Alievich, 1923-2003
Aliev, Heydar, 1923-2003
Ălii̐ev, Ḣ. Ă. (Ḣei̐dăr Ălirza oghlu), 1923-2003
Ălii̐ev, Ḣei̐dăr Ălirza oghlu, 1923-2003
Aliyev, Gaidar, 1923-2003
Aliyev, Haydar, 1923-2003
Veliyev, Y., 1923-2003
Алиев, Гейдар Алиевич, 1923-2003
See alsoAzerbaijan. President (1993-2003 : Aliyev)
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Other standard no.59990763
Associated countryAzerbaijan
Birth date1923-05-10
Death date2003-12-12
Place of birthNaxçıvan (Azerbaijan)
Place of deathCleveland (Ohio)
Profession or occupationPoliticians Heads of state
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inO zadachakh partiĭnoĭ organizat︠s︡ii respubliki po vypolnenii︠u︡ postanovlenii︠a︡ T︠S︡ KPSS ... 1971.
Azăr. Sov. Sos. Res. Konstit. (Ăsas Gan.) lai̐ihăsi va onun u̇mum. mu̇zakir. i̐ekunlary haggynda, 1978: t.p. (Ḣ. Ă. Ălii̐ev)
Obespechitʹ dalʹneĭshee dinamichnoe razvitie selʹskogo ... 1979: t.p. (G. A. Aliev, kandidat v chleny Politbi︠u︡ro T︠S︡K KPSS, pervyĭ sekretarʹ T︠S︡K Kompartii Azerbaĭdzhana) colophon (Ălii̐ev Ḣei̐dăr Ălirza oghlu)
Washington Post, 3/6/86: (Gaidar Aliyev, b. May 10, 1923, first deputy premier, became full Politburo member 11/82)
Kızıl yıldızda hilâle, 1993: t.p. (Haydar Aliyev)
Azerbaijan oil in the world policy, 1997: t.p. (Heydar Aliyev)
Report on Azerbaijan's presidential election, 1988: p. 1 (President Heydar Aliev won the October 1993 presidential elections in Azerbaijan) p. 3 (Aliev, a former KGB general was a member of the Soviet Union's governing Politburo until his 1987 ouster by Mikhail Gorbachev)
Medeniyyet haqqinda Azerbaycan Respublikasının qanunu 1998: t.p. verso (Y. Veliyev) p. 94 (Ḣei̐dăr Ălii̐ev) (Geidar Aliev, a former KGB general and Communist Party chief who brought stability to a nation plagued by insurgencies, died Friday, Dec. 12, 2003 at the Cleveland Clinic. He was born in the region of Nakhichevan on May 10, 1923, one of eight children. He had been President of Azerbaijan since 1993)
Britannica online, Aug. 3, 2004 (Year in Review 2003: world-affairs: Azerbaijan: Heydar Aliyev; Year in Review 2003: obituary: Aliyev, Heydar; b. May 10, 1923, Nakhichevan region, Transcaucasian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R.; d. Dec. 12, 2003, Cleveland, Ohio)
Wikimedia via Wikipedia, October 20, 2016 (sex or gender: male; VIAF identifier: 59990763; Commons category: Heydar Aliyev; LCAuth identifier: n81047268; GND identifier: 123441242; country of citizenship: Azerbaijan; occupation: politician; child: Ilham Aliyev, Sevil Äliyeva; place of birth: Nakhchivan; place of death: Cleveland; date of birth: +1923-05-10T00:00:00Z; date of death: +2003-12-13T00:00:00Z; member of political party: Communist Party of the Soviet Union, New Azerbaijan Party; instance of: human; position held: President of Azerbaijan, Speaker of the National Assembly of Azerbaijan, First Deputy Premier of the Soviet Union; Freebase identifier: /m/023q8s; SUDOC authorities: 077853504; award received: Order of Lenin, Medal \, Hero of Socialist Labour, Order of the Red Star, Order of the October Revolution, Order of the Patriotic War 1st class, Medal \, Medal for Battle Merit, Medal \, Medal \, Medal \, Jubilee Medal \, Medal \; described by source: Lentapedia (full versions), Lentapedia; NTA identifier (Netherlands): 070270562; topic's main category: Category:Heydar Aliyev; spouse: Zarifa Aliyeva; location of burial: Alley of Honor; ethnic group: Azerbaijani people; educated at: Azerbaijan State Oil Academy, Baku State University; BnF identifier: 16714316k; GTAA id: 76106; member of: Politburo of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union; FAST-ID: 1427595; Encyclopædia Britannica Online ID: biography/Heydar-Aliyev; given name: Heydar; ID (P2943): 10199; Great Russian Encyclopedia Online ID (P2924): 1813050)
Not found (President Heydar Aliyev of Azerbaijan was elected following a period of social and political unrest--he was on June 15, 1993 elected Chairman of the Supreme Soviet (Parliament) of the Azerbaijani Republic. Nine days later he became Acting President when the former president left Baku during further social and political unrest. On October 3, Mr. Aliyev was elected President in a nationwide election whose fairness was certified by international election observers)
Associated languageaze rus