Aghasi Khanjian
Aghasi Khanjian (Armenian: Աղասի Խանջյան; Russian: Агаси Гевондович Ханджян, Agasi Gevondovich Khandzhyan) (January 30, 1901 – July 6, 1936), was First Secretary of the Communist Party o...
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Heinz Neumann
Heinz Neumann (6 July 1902 – 26 November 1937) was a German politician from the Communist Party (KPD) and a journalist. He was a member of the Comintern, editor in chief of the party newspaper Die Rot...
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Avel Enukidze
Avel Safronovich Enukidze (Georgian: აბელ ენუქიძე, [ˈɑbɛl.ˈɛnukʰid͜zɛ]; Russian: А́вель Сафронович Енуки́дзе; (May 19 [O.S. May 7] 1877—October 30, 1937), a prominent "Old Bolshevik"...
Gustav Klinger
Gustav Klinger (1876 – 1937 ?) was a Russian Bolshevik politician. Klinger joined the Party in 1917 in time for the revolution and was leader of the Volga German Soviet government 1918. He became...
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Anandyn Amar
Anandyn Amar (Mongolian: Анандын Амар; 1886–July 10, 1941) was the head of state of the Mongolian People’s Republic from 1932 to 1936 and twice served as prime minister from 1928–1930 and again fr...
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Yakov Agranov
Yakov Saulovich Agranov (Russian: Я́ков Сау́лович Агра́нов) (born Yankel Samuilovich Sorenson; 1893 – 1938) was the first chief of Soviet Main Directorate of State Security and a deputy of N...
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Nikolai Sollogub
Nikolai Sollogub (Russian: Николай Владимирович Соллогуб; May 16, 1883 – August 7, 1937) was a Russian and later Soviet military officer. A Komandarm 2nd class, he served during the Russian Civil ...
Béla Vágó
Béla Vágó (Weiss; 9 August 1881, Kecskemét - 1939) was a Hungarian communist politician, who served as de facto Interior Minister with Jenő Landler during the Hungarian Soviet Republic. After the fall...
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Fayzulla Khodzhayev
Fayzulla Ubaydullayevich Khodzhayev (Uzbek: Fayzulla Ubaydulloyevich Xo‘jayev; Russian: Файзулла Убайдуллаевич Ходжаев; Persian: فیض‌الله خواجه‎; b. 1896 Bukhara – March 1938, Mos...
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Kazimierz Cichowski
Kazimierz Cichowski (Russian: Kazimir Tsikhovsky, Казимир Генрихович Циховский) (7 December 1887, Ostrowiec Świętokrzyski - 29 October 1937) was a Polish-Soviet communist activist and politician.Cicho...
Hans Hellmann
Hans Gustav Adolf Hellmann (October 14, 1903 – May 29, 1938) was a German theoretical physicist.Hellmann was born in Wilhelmshaven, Prussian Hanover. He began studying electrical engineering in ...
Lazar Shatskin
Lazar Abramovich Shatskin (Лазарь Абрамович Шацкин, (1902-1937) was Soviet and international Communist functionary, one of the founders of Komsomol.He was born to a wealthy Jewish family. Joining the ...
Abdurrauf Fitrat
Abdulrauf Fitrat (sometimes spelled Abdurrauf Fitrat or Abdurauf Fitrat) (Uzbek: Abdurauf Fitrat, Абдурауф Фитрат) (1886–1938) was a prominent modernist figure in Russian Central Asia. He was a jadid ...
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Alexander Kubalov
Alexander Kubalov (Ossetian: Дзугаты Георги) (1871, Stary Batakoyurt, Terek Oblast – 1937) was an Ossetian writer.
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Gavril Buciuşcan
Gavril Ivanovici Buciuşcan (March 27, 1889 in Isacova – October 23, 1937 in Tiraspol) was a Bessarabian politician.He served as Member of the Moldovan Parliament (1917–1918) and Commissar for Ed...
Vagarshak Ter-Vaganyan
Vagarshak Arutyunovich Ter-Vaganyan (Armenian: Վաղարշակ Հարությունի Տեր-Վահանյան, 1893–1936) was an Armenian communist party leader who was one of the first victims of Joseph Stalin's Great Purge....
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Gyula Lengyel
Gyula Lengyel (8 October 1888 - 1941) was a Hungarian politician, who served as Minister of Finance in 1919 (with Béla Székely). For all of the Hungarian Soviet Republic's economic policy, he arranged...
Stanisław Bobiński
Stanisław Bobiński ([staˈɲiswaf bɔˈbiɲskʲi]; Russian: Станислав Янович Бобинский; 1882-1937) was a Soviet communist politician, journalist and military commander of Polish origin. Born November 20...
Adolf Warski
Adolf Warski, born Jerzy Adolf Warszawski (April 20, 1868, Warsaw – August 21, 1937, Moscow), was a Jewish leader and theoretician of the communist movement in Poland.He was active in the communi...
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Samson Chanba
Samson Kuagu-ipa Chanba (18 June 1886 – 1937) was a pioneering writer and statesman from Abkhazia killed in Joseph Stalin's Great Purge.Chanba was born on 18 June 1886 in the village of Atara. He init...
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