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Pavel Mikhailovich Litvinov

Pavel LITVINOV, Russian physicist and dissident activist.

Background

  • Litvinov, Pavel was born in 1940 in Moscow.

  • Education

    • Graduated in physics from Moscow University.

    Career

    • Grandson of Stalin’s Foreign Minister. Active in the human rights movement, 1967. Lost his job. Arrested, 1968, for participating in the demonstration on Red Square against the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia.

      Exiled to Siberia. Released, 1972, and resumed dissident activity. Threatened by the Committee for State Security, he left the USSR in 1974. Lives in the USA.

    Works

    • The Demonstration on Pushkin Square 1967, Letters and Telegrams to Pavel Litvinov December 1967-May 1968, 1969, Self-Awareness 1976.

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    • Married M. Rusakovska.va.
    • spouse: M.
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      • The Demonstration on Pushkin Square 1967, Letters and Telegrams to Pavel Litvinov December 1967-May 1968, 1969, Self-Awareness 1976.
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