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us: Shevardnadze, Ė. A. (Ėduard Amvrosievich), 1928-2014


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  • Instance Of

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  • Fuller Name

    • Ėduard Amvrosievich
  • Variants

    • us: Shevardnadze, Ėduard Amvrosievich, 1928-2014
    • us: Schewardnadse, Eduard, 1928-2014
    • us: Ševardnaże, Eduard Ambrosis że, 1928-2014
    • us: Шеварднадзе, Э. А. (Эдуард Амвросиевич), 1928-2014
    • us: Шеварднадзе, Эдуард Амвросиевич, 1928-2014
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        19280125
    • Death Date

        20140707
    • Birth Place

        Mamatʻi (Georgia)Russian Wikipedia, viewed July 7, 2014
    • Death Place

        Tʻbilisi (Georgia)Russian Wikipedia, viewed July 7, 2014
    • Associated Locale

        Soviet UnionRussian Wikipedia, viewed July 7, 2014
    • Associated Locale

        Georgian S.S.R.Russian Wikipedia, viewed July 7, 2014
    • Associated Locale

        Georgia (Republic)Russian Wikipedia, viewed July 7, 2014
    • Gender

        male
    • Associated Language

        rus
    • Associated Language

        geo
    • Occupation

        (lcsh) Presidents
        • Source: New York times (online), viewed July 7, 2014
        (lcsh) Foreign ministers
        • Source: New York times (online), viewed July 7, 2014
  • Sources

    • found: His Sovetskai͡a Gruzii͡a, 1979: t.p. (Ė. A. Shevardnadze) colophon (Ėduard Amvrosievich Shevardnadze)
    • found: His Otchet T͡Sentr. Komiteta Kommunist. partii Gruzii, 1981: t.p. (Ė.A. Shevardnadze) colophon (Eduard Ambrosis że Ševardnaże)
    • found: Revolution in Moskau, c1991: t.p. (Eduard Schewardnadse)
    • found: Die letzten Jahre einer Weltmacht, 1993: p. 469 (Schewardnadse, Eduard; b. 1928)
    • found: LC database, July 7, 2014 (hdg.: Shevardnadze, Ėduard Amvrosievich, 1928- ; usage: Ė.A. Shevardnadze, Eduard Ševardnaże [predominant forms])
    • found: New York times (online), viewed July 7, 2014 (Eduard A. Shevardnadze; Eduard Amvrosiyevich Shevardnadze; b. Jan. 25, 1928, Mamati, Georgia; d. Monday [July 7, 2014], aged 86; as Mikhail S. Gorbachev's foreign minister, helped hone the "new thinking," foreign and domestic, that transformed and ultimately rent the Soviet Union, then led his native Georgia through its turbulent start as an independent state)
  • Editorial Notes

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  • Change Notes

    • 1979-12-10: new
    • 2014-07-07: revised
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