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us: Bonnėr, Elena, 1923-2011



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    • us: Боннэр, Елена, 1923-2011
    • us: Боннер-Алиханыан, Елена, 1923-2011
    • us: Bonner-Alikhanyan, Elena, 1923-2011
    • us: Алиханыан, Елена Боннер-, 1923-2011
    • us: Alikhanyan, Elena Bonner-, 1923-2011
    • us: Сахаров, Елена, 1923-2011
    • us: Sakharov, Elena, 1923-2011
    • us: Боннер Сахаров, Елена, 1923-2011
    • us: Bonner Sakharov, Elena, 1923-2011
    • us: Bonner, Yelena, 1923-2011
    • us: Bonner, Jelena, 1923-2011
    • us: Боннэр, Е. Г. (Елена Георгиевна), 1923-2011
    • us: Bonnėr, E. G. (Elena Georgievna), 1923-2011
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    • found: Her Zvonit kolokol--, 1991: t.p. (Елена Боннэр = Elena BonnЇer)
    • found: Nauchno-prakticheskai͡a konferent͡sii͡a, posvi͡ashchennai͡a 73-ĭ godovshchine so dni͡a rozhdenii͡a A.D. Sakharova, 1994: verso t.p. (Боннэр Е.Г. = BonnЇer E.G)
    • found: LeVert, S. The Sakharov file, 1986: CIP galley, p. 1 (Elena Bonner; Dr. Elena Georgevna Bonner; marr. to Andreĭ Sakharov)
    • found: Her Postskriptum, 1988: t.p. (Elena Bonnėr) p. 256 (b. 1922)
    • found: The Sumgait tragedy, 1988: v. 1, t.p. (Yelena Bonner)
    • found: Her Mothers and daughters, 1992: t.p. (Elena Bonner) biog. note (b. 02-15-23)
    • found: Cox, Caroline. Ethnic cleansing in progress, 1999: (Elena Bonner Sakharov)
    • found: Chambers Biographical Dictionary of Women, 1993 (Bonner, Yelena, also Elena or Jelena; advocate of civil rights; b. 1923)
    • found: Who's Who in Russia and the New States, 1993 (Bonner, Yelena Georgievna; physician and human activist; b. 1923)
    • found: International Who's Who of Women, 1997 (Bonner, Elena Georgievna; Russian medical practitioner, human rights activist and writer; b. 1923)
    • found: Akʻsoryali hushamatean..., 1992: t.p. (Elena Bonner-Alikhanyan)
    • found: Google www search, 15 Jan. 2008 (Elena Bonner had Armenian step-father, Georgy Alikhanov (Gevorg Alikhanyan))
    • found: New York times WWW site, June 20, 2011 (in obituary published June 19: Elena G. Bonner; Elena Georgievna Bonner; b. Feb. 15, 1923, Merv (now Mary), Turkmenistan; d. Saturday [June 18, 2011], Boston, aged 88; Soviet dissident and human-rights campaigner who endured banishment and exile along with her husband, the dissident nuclear physicist Andrei D. Sakharov)
    • found: Vikipedii͡a, June 21, 2011 (Елена Георгиевна Боннэр = Elena Georgievna BonnЇer; 15 Feb. 1923, Merv, TurkestanskaЋiЌa ASSR, 18 June 2011, Boston, USA; Soviet and Russian social activist, wife of AndreІi Sakharov)
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