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us: Kholʹmston-Smyslovskiĭ, Boris Alekseevich, 1897-1988



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    • us: Хольмстон-Смысловский, Борис Алексеевич, 1897-1988
    • us: Kholʹmston-Smyslovskiĭ, general, 1897-1988
    • us: Хольмстон-Смысловский, генерал, 1897-1988
    • us: Kholʹmston, general, 1897-1988
    • us: Хольмстон, генерал, 1897-1988
    • us: Holmston, general, 1897-1988
    • us: Holmston, A., 1897-1988
    • us: Holmston, Arthur, 1897-1988
    • us: Kholʹmston, Artur, 1897-1988
    • us: Хольмстон, Артур, 1897-1988
    • us: Regenau, Artur von, 1897-1988
    • us: Smysłowski-Holmston, Borys, 1897-1988
    • us: Smyslovskiĭ-Kholʹmston, Boris Alekseevich, 1897-1988
    • us: Smyslovskiĭ, Boris Alekseevich Kholʹmston-, 1897-1988
    • us: Смысловский-Хольмстон, Борис Алексеевич, 1897-1988
    • us: Smyslovsky, Boris, 1897-1988
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    • found: Izbrannye statʹi i rechi, 1953: t.p. (General Kholʹmston-Smyslovskiĭ) added t.p. (General Holmston) p. 224 (General Kholʹmston)
    • found: LC database, Sept. 10, 2008 (hdg.: Holmston, A.)
    • found: Auf magischen Wegen, 1948: t.p. (A. Holmston)
    • found: Wikipedia (Polish version), June 30, 2009 (Borys Smysłowski-Holmston, 1897-1988; Boris Alekseevich Smyslovskiĭ-Kholʹmston; born in Russia; after the Revolution emigrated to Poland; served with the Germans in World War II; lived in Argentina 1947-1966; lived in Liechtenstein until his death)
    • found: Vikipedii͡a, June 30, 2009 (Kholʹmston-Smyslovskiĭ, Boris Alekseevich; pseudonym Artur Kholʹmston, in literature most often referred to as Kholʹmston-Smyslovskiĭ)
    • found: Wikipedia, June 30, 2009 (Boris Smyslovsky; Boris Alexeyevich Smyslovsky (also Smyslovsky-Holmston and Holmston-Smyslovsky) (3 December 1897-5 September 1988) was a Russian general, emigre, and anti-communist. His pseudonyms were Artur Holmston and von Regenau)
    • found: Deseret News, via WWW, June 30, 2009: Sept. 12, 1988/obituaries (Boris Smylovsky; called himself Arthur Holmston when he led the First Russian National Army of the German Wehrmacht)
    • found: OCLC, June 30, 2009 (hdgs.: Kholʹmston-Smyslovskiĭ, general; Holmston, A.; Kholʹmston, B. A.; usage: General Kholʹmston-Smyslovskiĭ; B.A. Kholʹmston)
    • found: Osobyĭ shtab "Rossii͡a, 2011: p. 3 (Борис Алексеевич Смысловский (1897-1988) = Boris Alekseevich SmyslovskiІi ; pseudonyms, фон Регенау = fon [von] Regenau, Артур Хольмстон = Artur Kholmston)
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