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Alexander Solzhenitsyn
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Birth:Dec 11 1918
Death:Aug 3 2008
Last residence:Xx978, USA
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Text:"... have de- bated whether this was a legitimate act of Arab ter- rorism or a provocation staged by Soviet officials. Alexander I. Solzhenitsyn, the author, argued in a public statement that the officials..."
Date:Nov 29 1973
Publication:Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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Text:"...Russian author undecided on where to settle LANGENBROICH Germany UPI Exiled Soviet writer Alexander ISolzhenitsyn probably will leave West Germany but has not yet decided where to settle permanently..."
Date:Feb 14 1974
Publication:Ames, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... 21, 1974." Norway Grants Solzhenitsyn Tourist Visa ZURICH (UPI) - Alexander I. Solzhenitsyn has received a visa from Norway, and according to his lawyer plans to settle there. A spokesman..."
Date:Feb 21 1974
Publication:Sandusky, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... for a reasonable period of time Solzhenitsyn Arrives In Switzerland for Rest ZURICH UPI Exiled Rus sian author Alexander ISolzhenitsyn arrived in Swit zerland today to rest from his dramatic expulsion from..."
Date:Feb 15 1974
Publication:Madison, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... Prize-winning Soviet author Alex-; ander I. Solzhenitsyn (left) Us-" tened to his friend and fellow - Nobel laureate Heinrich Boell af- - ter arrival at the village of Lan- genbroich in West Germany..."
Date:Feb 14 1974
Publication:San Rafael, California, United States of America
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Text:"... on the covers and sleep tight. The Bravest Man WASHINGTON Without any doubt the bravest living man in the world today is Alexander I. Solzhenitsyn. He is in a class with Joan of Arc and Martin Luther and is far..."
Date:Jan 10 1974
Publication:Charleston, West Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"... today Ms is a Russian' abbreviation for Alexander ISolzhenitsyn.' He is the "administration of the in a class with Joan of Arc and .collective-labor prison Martin Luther and is far more' is a direct..."
Date:Jan 9 1974
Publication:Huron, South Dakota, United States of America
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Text:"... Alexander I. Solzhenitsyn. He apparently likes them. Some might shrug their shoulders at this. M r. Solzhenitsyn's novels have been read by hundreds of thousands of people in the west. The catch, of course..."
Date:Nov 20 1970
Publication:Edwardsville, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... that he denied Boyle permission to seek office because he felt there Dissident Soviet writer considers where to live LANGENBROICH, Germany lUPIl Exiled Soviet writer Alexander I. Solzhenitsyn will leave..."
Date:Feb 14 1974
Publication:Hayward, California, United States of America
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Text:"... UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. AS FAR AS THIS organiza- tion is concerned, Alek- sandr I, Solzhenitsyn ought not to be mentioned. Of course, people know that the Nobel-prize-winner great Russian writer was forcibly..."
Date:Feb 23 1974
Publication:Altoona, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... Boell “That is all I can say,” Heeb told newsmen “Please leave us now Please have respect for MrSolzhenitsyn's personal affairs. I cannot say more." Solzhenitsyn, barred from collecting Western..."
Date:Feb 15 1974
Publication:Mesquite, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... in the community, can begin to take a more active role in crime prevention on their own and not be hesitant to “become involved.” ZURICH (UPI) — Exiled Russian author Alexander I. Solzhenitsyn arrived in this Swiss..."
Date:Feb 16 1974
Publication:Marshall, Michigan, United States of America
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Text:"... WASHINGTON - Without any doubt the bravest living man in the world today is Alexander I. Solzhenitsyn. He is in a class with Joan of Arc and Martin Luther and is far more fearless than the German generals who..."
Date:Jan 9 1974
Publication:Racine, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... German Chancellor Willy Brandt, said: "The government has been informed by the Soviet govern- ment that Mr. Solzhenitsyn will travel abroad. "The government has stated Subpoena Goes Astray WASHINGTON (UPI..."
Date:Feb 13 1974
Publication:Coshocton, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"..., the kid said, wiping his eyes “Now tell me about the time you headed off a buffalo stamped* M\ t nitcd Press International I, A NG EN BROICH tier many ll R I >Author Alexander ISolzhenitsyn abruptly..."
Date:Feb 14 1974
Publication:Alice, Texas, United States of America