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Miller, Evgeniĭ Karlovich, 1867-1939

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    • Miller, Evgéniï Karlovitch, 1867-1939
    • Miller, Evgeniĭ (Li︠u︡dvig) Karlovich, 1867-1939
    • Miller, Li︠u︡dvig Karlovich, 1867-1939
    • Миллер, Евгений Карлович, 1867-1939
    • Miller, Evgeny, 1867-1939
    • Miller, Yevgeny-Ludvig Karlovich, 1867-1939
    • Ivanov, Petr Vasilʹevich, 1867-1939
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      • Miller, Evgeniĭ Karlovich, 1867-1937
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      • found: Grey, M. Le général mourt a miniut ... 1981:t.p. (Miller) p. 128 (Evgéniï Karlovitch Miller)
      • found: Jordan, Pamela A. Stalin's singing spy, 2016:ECIP galley (White Russian general Evgeny Miller; kidnapped in Paris in 1937)
      • found: Wikipedia, December 1, 2015(Yevgeny-Ludvig Karlovich Miller; in Russian [transliterated]: Evgeniĭ Karlovich Miller; born September 25, 1867, Dünaburg, Vitebsk Governorate, Russia; died May 11, 1939, Moscow; Russian general and one of the leaders of the anticommunist White Army during and after the Russian Civil War; on September 22, 1937, NKVD informer and All-Military Union intelligence chief Nikolai Skoblin led Miller to a Paris safe house, ostensibly to meet with two German Abwehr agents, who were in fact officers of the Soviet NKVD disguised as Germans; they drugged Miller, placed him in a steamer trunk, and smuggled him aboard a Soviet ship ... ; he was successfully smuggled back to Moscow, where he was tortured and summarily shot nineteen months later on May 11, 1939)
      • found: Smele, Jon. Historical dictionary of the Russian civil wars, 1916-1926, 2015:page 757 (Miller, Evgenii Karlovich Miller; kidnapped by the NKVD in Paris in September 1937; he was smuggled on board a Soviet vessel at Marseille, taken to Moscow, and imprisoned in the Lubianka where he was given the name Petr Vasilʹevich Ivanov as a security measure; executed on May 11, 1939)
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      • 1981-11-11: new
      • 2015-12-02: revised
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