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CRITICAL
BIGGER PERSONALITY
SOVIET REGIME
SOVIET LEADERSHIP
DEMOCRACY
GORKY
MOSCOW
SOLZHENITSYN
ALEKSANDR SOLZHENITSYN
HYDROGEN BOMB
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SAKHAROV
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ANDREI SAKHAROV
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Definitions

  1. Andrei Sakharov is a hard man for anyone to ignore.
  2. Andrei Sakharov is a man I admire greatly.
  3. Andrei Sakharov is a scientist for whom I have the highest respect. (Web site)
  4. Andrei Sakharov was born in Moscow on May 21, 1921, the son of a physics teacher. (Web site)
  5. It was Andrei Sakharov, the Russian dissident and physicist, who first provided a recipe for how matter could prevail over antimatter in the early universe.

Critical

  1. The book also finds time to be critical of another famous Soviet dissident, Andrei Sakharov.

Bigger Personality

  1. For them, Sudoplatov (a top Cheka official in Stalinist times) is a bigger personality than Andrei Sakharov.

Soviet Regime

  1. It is easy in the west to minimize the impact dissidents such as Andrei Sakharov had on the Soviet regime. (Web site)

Soviet Leadership

  1. He announced his position, along with Andrei Sakharov and others, in an open letter to the Soviet leadership in 1970.

Democracy

  1. And 25 years ago Andrei Sakharov, who you mentioned, said that detente was dangerous without the evolution of Soviet society to more democracy.

Gorky

  1. Elena Bonner gives a harrowing account of involuntary internal exile in Gorky with her husband, Andrei Sakharov. (Web site)

Moscow

  1. Symbolically, intellectual Andrei Sakharov was invited to return to Moscow by Gorbachev in December 1986 after six years of internal exile in Gorky. (Web site)
  2. December 19 - Soviet dissident Andrei Sakharov is permitted to return to Moscow after years of internal exile.

Solzhenitsyn

  1. In 1964, Chukovskaya spoke out against the persecution of the young Joseph Brodsky; she would do so again for Solzhenitsyn and Andrei Sakharov. (Web site)

Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

  1. A number of notable dissidents, including Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Vladimir Bukovsky, and Andrei Sakharov, were sent to internal or external exile. (Web site)

Hydrogen Bomb

  1. Other important figures were Yuli Khariton and the future dissident and lead theoretical designer of their hydrogen bomb, Andrei Sakharov.

Dissidents

  1. Dissidents like Andrei Sakharov were released from detention and allowed to voice their views. (Web site)
  2. However flimsy the human rights provisions seemed at the time, they provided a crucial platform for dissidents such as Russian physicist Andrei Sakharov. (Web site)

Sakharov

  1. For baryogenesis to occur, the Sakharov conditions, which were laid out by Andrei Sakharov, must be satisfied.

Human Rights Activist

  1. Elena Bonner is the widow of Nobel laureate and human rights activist Andrei Sakharov. (Web site)

Andrei Sakharov

  1. Years ago, Andrei Sakharov warned that a country that does not respect the rights of its own people will not respond to the rights of its neighbors.
  2. Andrei Sakharov: physicist, human rights defender, husband, father, grandfather, Nobel Peace laureate. (Web site)
  3. Andrei Sakharov, Vaclav Havel and Lech Walesa conducted their struggle in different countries, but their enemy had the same address in Moscow.

Categories

  1. Human Rights Activist
  2. Sakharov
  3. Age > People > Activists > Dissidents
  4. Hydrogen Bomb
  5. January 22
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