5 edition of Andreĭ Sakharov found in the catalog.
Title in French on leaf preceding t.p.: Andrei Sakharov, tragedie dun grand humaniste.
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Podyapolskaya, Maria: human rights activist• You have seen him and you have spoken with him. 1961Develops "Tsar Bomb", the most powerful bomb to ever explode on earth, under orders of Nikita Krushchev. Why should Andrei Sakharov be forced to live in exile, harassed by police agents, denied the solace of family, children, and colleagues, and deprived of freedom and dignity? Andreĭ Sakharov later became an advocate of and civil reforms in the Soviet Union, for which he faced state persecution; these efforts earned him the in 1975.
References to Sakharov's scientific writings• The New York Review of Books. The Vedemosti Gazette of the Supreme Soviet has published only the decree of January 8, 1980, revoking my government awards. Dedicated to the 30th anniversary of. In the long, tragic history of political dissent in Russia, Sakharov stands as a unique figure, a towering symbol of human hunger for free expression and simple justice, and an example of what they can cost in a closed society.
From Ashkhabad on the Iranian border, where the university was situated during the war, Sakharov went immediately to work as an engineer in a Volga munitions plant, where his Andreĭ Sakharov on the production line earned him a citation, the first of many state honors. In Andreĭ Sakharov, his monument stands in Sakharov Square, and there is a Sakharov Park. Alexeyeva, Elizaveta [Liza]: wife of Alexei Semyonov Elena Bonner's son•
1975Awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his activism for human rights, but was not permitted to leave Russia to accept the prize.
In January 1980, Sakharov spoke out against the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan.
Between 1980 and 1986, Sakharov was kept under Soviet police surveillance.
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: 24 Internal exile 1980—1986 [ ] The apartment building in Gagarina Avenue 214, Scherbinki district of Nizhny Novgorod where Sakharov lived in exile from 1980 to 1986.