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  1. Natalia Bessmertnova

    Natalia Bessmertnova


    Natalia Igorevna Bessmertnova (Russian: Наталья Игоревна Бессмертнова; 19 July 194119 February 2008) was a Soviet prima ballerina of the Bolshoi Ballet and a People's Artist of the USSR (1976).

  2. Alla Osipenko

    Alla Osipenko


    Alla Osipenko (Russian:Осипенко, Алла Евгеньевна, born 16 June 1932 in Leningrad) is a retired Soviet ballerina. She studied at the Leningrad Choreographic School (now Vaganova Academy) in the class of Agrippina Vaganova.

  3. Leonid Bykov

    Leonid Bykov


    Leonid Bykov (Russian: Леонид Фёдорович Быков, 11 December 1928 in Znamenka village, Donetsk Oblast of Ukraine, USSR - 11 April 1979 in Kiev Oblast of Ukraine, USSR) was a Soviet actor, film director, and script writer. Honored Artist of the RSFSR (1965). People's Artist of the Ukrainian SSR (1974)

  4. Albert Filozov

    Albert Filozov


    Albert Leonidovich Filozov (Russian: Альбepт Лeoнидoвич Филозoв; born 25 June 1937 in Sverdlovsk) is a Soviet and Russian actor, People's Artist of Russia.

  5. Sergei Chalibashvili

    Sergei Chalibashvili


    Sergo Chalibashvili (Georgian: სერგო შალიბაშვილი; Russian: Шалибашвили Сергей; June 22, 1962 – July 16, 1983) was a Georgian competitive diver from the Soviet Union. He earned a silver medal at the European Youth Championship in 1978 in Florence, diving from the 10-meter diving platform.

  6. Georgi Yumatov

    Georgi Yumatov


    Georgi Aleksandrovich Yumatov (11 March 1926 – 6 October 1997) was a Soviet film actor. He appeared in 65 films between 1947 and 1994.

  7. Vladimir Etush

    Vladimir Etush


    Vladimir Abramovich Etush (Russian: Влади́мир Абра́мович Э́туш) (born 6 May 1922) is a Soviet film and television actor and a People's Artist of the USSR (1984), an honorary title granted to citizens of the Soviet Union. Vladimir Etush is of jewish descent.

  8. Nikolai Grinko

    Nikolai Grinko


    Nikolai Grigoryevich Grinko or Mykola Hryhorovych Hrynko (Ukrainian: Микола Григорович Гринько; Russian: Никола́й Григо́рьевич Гринько́; May 22, 1920, Kherson – April 10, 1989, Kiev), was a Soviet/Ukrainian actor.

  9. Zinoviy Gerdt

    Zinoviy Gerdt


    Zinovy Efimovich Gerdt (Russian: Зиновий Ефимович Гердт; 21 September 1916 in Sebezh, Russian Empire – 18 November 1996) was a Soviet/Russian theatre and cinema actor, recognized with the title People's Artist of the USSR.

  10. Talgat Nigmatulin

    Talgat Nigmatulin


    Talgat Kadyrovich Nigmatulin (Tatar: Təlğət Qadıyr uğlı Niğmətulin, Russian: Талга́т Кады́рович Нигмату́ллин; 5 March 1949, Kyzyl-Kiya – 11 February 1985, Vilnius) was a famous Soviet actor and martial artist. Nigmatullin was born on October 5, 1949 in a Tatar-Uzbek family in Kirgizia. He took part in many action movies. Perhaps his most famous movie was Pirates of the 20th Century. He also appeared in the following films:

  11. Edmond Keosayan

    Edmond Keosayan


    Edmond Gareginovich Keosayan (Armenian: Էդմոնդ Քյոսայան; Russian: Эдмонд Гарегинович Кеосаян; 9 October 1936 – 21 April 1994) was an Armenian Soviet film director and musician.

  12. Archil Gelovani

    Archil Gelovani


    Prince Archil Gelovani (Georgian: არჩილ გელოვანი; Russian: Арчил Викторович Геловани Archil Viktorovich Gelovani) (November 14, 1915 – August 19, 1978) of the princely House of Gelovani was a Soviet officer and later Chief Marshal of Engineering Troops, responsible for logistics, fortification and military infrastructure during and after World War II. He was tasked on several occasions with fortifying strategically important areas and also reconstruction, including all Black Sea ports during and after World War II. He served primarily on military engineering and defense strategy posts, including being the Deputy Minister of Defence and would play a major role in the structural development of the Soviet armed forces and strategic missile forces during the Cold War era. An avenue in Georgia's capital Tbilisi and a street in the city of Sevastopol have been named after Marshal Gelovani.

  13. Valentin Mogilny

    Valentin Mogilny


    Valentin Mogilny (USSR) (born on December 18, 1965) is an artistic gymnast who competed for the USSR during the 1980s, winning many World and European Medals. His teammates were Yuri Korolev, Dmitri Bilozerchev, Valeri Liukin, and Vladimir Artemov. He trained at the Army Club in Leninsk-Kuznetsky, then moved to Moscow to work with coach Alexander Alexandrov. Mogilny has divorced from his wife Olga Bicherova (1981 world champion), with whom he has a son. Mogilny lives in France and works as a coach.

  14. Aleksandr Kosmodemyansky

    Aleksandr Kosmodemyansky


    Aleksandr Anatolyevich Kosmodemyansky (Russian: Алекса́ндр Анато́льевич Космодемья́нский; July 27, 1925 – April 13, 1945) was a first lieutenant and a hero of the Soviet Union, who was bestowed this title posthumously after having fallen during World War II at the Vierbrüderkrug Inn, in the Kaporner Heath near Metgethen, just west of Königsberg, East Prussia, Germany.

  15. Giorgi Shengelaya

    Giorgi Shengelaya


    Giorgi Shengelaia (Georgian: გიორგი შენგელაია; Russian: Гео́ргий Никола́евич Шенгела́я; born 11 May 1937) is a Georgian and Soviet film director. He has directed 14 films since 1961. His 1985 film The Journey of a Young Composer was entered into the 36th Berlin International Film Festival where he won the Silver Bear for Best Director.

  16. Nonna Karakashyan

    Nonna Karakashyan


    Nonna M. Karakashyan (née Nonna M. Avanesova; Armenian: Նոննա Կարակաշյան; born February 13, 1940) is first Armenian woman awarded with FIDE title of International Arbiter (1992). She is a chess player and coach. Her last name may also be spelled as Karakashian.

  17. Marina Popovich

    Marina Popovich


    Marina Popovich (Mari′na Lavre′ntievna Popo′vich, née Vasi′liyeva, born July 20, 1931 in Leonenki, Smolensk Oblast) is a retired Soviet Air Force colonel, engineer, and legendary Soviet test pilot who holds 102 aviation world records set on over 40 types of aircraft. She is one of the most famous pilots in Russian history, and one of the most important female pilots of all time.

  18. Roman Rudenko

    Roman Rudenko


    Roman Andriyovych Rudenko (Ukrainian: Роман Андрійович Руденко, Russian: Рома́н Андре́евич Руде́нко, July 30, 1907, Nosovka, Chernigov Governorate, Russian Empire, now Nosivka, Chernihiv Oblast, Ukraine - January 23, 1981, Moscow, USSR) was a Ukrainian Soviet lawyer. He was the prosecutor of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic from 1944-1953 and Chief prosecutor of the entire Soviet Union from 1953. He is also well known for acting as the Soviet Chief Prosecutor at the main trial of the major Nazi war criminals at the Nuremberg Trials and Chief Prosecutor at the Trial of the Sixteen. He held military rank as a Lt.General at the time he served at Nuremberg.

  19. Aleksandr Dmitrievich Ogorodnik

    Aleksandr Dmitrievich Ogorodnik


    Alexander Dmitrievich Ogorodnik (Russian: Александр Дмитриевич Огородник, 1939 - June 22, 1977 in Moscow) was a Soviet diplomat who, while stationed in Bogotá, was blackmailed by Colombian intelligence agents and CIA into spying against the Soviet Union, operating under the code names Trianon and Trigon. While he initially showed little promise and claimed he knew only of Colombian political affairs, he was later transferred to the Soviet Foreign Ministry in Moscow. In this new position, he was able to photograph a great deal of secret diplomatic cables, many of which were sent daily to the White House. Ogorodnik eventually requested a suicide pill to be used in the event that he was caught. His chief handler, famed CIA traitor Aldrich Ames, was able to supply him with one, and in 1977 Ogorodnik used it after being betrayed by a Czechoslovakian translator working for the CIA, called Karl Koecher.

  20. Maksym Rylsky

    Maksym Rylsky


    Maksym Tadeyovych Rylsky (Ukrainian: Максим Тадейович Рильський; 19 March [O.S. 7 March] 1895 in Kiev – 24 July 1964 id.) was a Ukrainian poet. He began writing poems as a representative of the "pure art" doctrine, during the years when the Stalinists adopted the official doctrine of "socialist realism". In 1937 he was involved in rewriting the libretto of Mykola Lysenko's opera Taras Bulba, returning later to neo-classical forms.

  21. Tengiz Abuladze

    Tengiz Abuladze


    Tengiz Abuladze (Georgian: თენგიზ აბულაძე; January 31, 1924 in Kutaisi — March 6, 1994 in Tbilisi) was a Georgian film director.

  22. Alida Abola

    Alida Abola


    Alīda Ābola (born 29 November 1954) is a former Latvian orienteering competitor. She received a bronze medal in the individual event at the 1989 World Orienteering Championships in Skövde, and finished 5th with the Soviet relay team.

  23. Yevgeniy Savitskiy

    Yevgeniy Savitskiy


    Yevgeniy Yakovlevich Savitzky (Russian: Евгений Яковлевич Савицкий; 24 December 1910, Novorossiysk, Black Sea Governorate — 6 April 1990) was a World War II fighter ace, 22 individual and 2 group victories, Commanding General of Aviation of the Air Defense Forces of the Country, twice Hero of the Soviet Union, Marshal of the aviation. The asteroid 4303 Savitskij is named for him.

  24. Vlas Chubar

    Vlas Chubar


    Vlas Yakovlevich Chubar (Ukrainian: Влас Якович Чубар; Russian: Вла́с Я́ковлевич Чуба́рь) (22 February [O.S. 10 February] 1891 - 26 February 1939) was a Ukrainian Bolshevik revolutionary and a Soviet politician and one of the organizers of the 1932-33 famine in Ukraine.

  25. Andrei Moskvin

    Andrei Moskvin


    Andrei Nikolaevich Moskvin (Russian: Андрей Николаевич Москвин; 14 February 1901, Tsarskoe Selo - 28 February 1961, Leningrad) was a Soviet cinematographer, renowned for his work with Grigori Kozintsev and Leonid Trauberg.

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