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  1. ExecutedToday.com » 1504

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    But Fyodor and his brother Ivan Volk Kuritsyn both appear to have been associated with Ivan’s daughter-in-law Elena of Moldavia. Elena was the mother of the previous official heir Dmitry — who had been surprisingly disinherited and clapped in prison in 1502 to make way for Vasily, Ivan’s son by his second wife .

  2. ExecutedToday.com » judaizers

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    But Fyodor and his brother Ivan Volk Kuritsyn both appear to have been associated with Ivan’s daughter-in-law Elena of Moldavia. Elena was the mother of the previous official heir Dmitry — who had been surprisingly disinherited and clapped in prison in 1502 to make way for Vasily, Ivan’s son by his second wife .

  3. List of Dynasty (1981 TV series) characters - Wikipedia

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    Tom's $500 million fortune is split between Blake, Alexis, and Dominique, which infuriates Alexis. In "Sins of the Father" (1989), Blake admits that Tom had been given a priceless Frederick Stahl art collection in the early 1950s after transporting some men accused of Nazi war crimes with his shipping line. He had partnered with Jason Colby and ...

  4. ExecutedToday.com » december 27

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    But Fyodor and his brother Ivan Volk Kuritsyn both appear to have been associated with Ivan’s daughter-in-law Elena of Moldavia. Elena was the mother of the previous official heir Dmitry — who had been surprisingly disinherited and clapped in prison in 1502 to make way for Vasily, Ivan’s son by his second wife .

  5. Category:Russian prisoners and detainees - Wikipedia

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    Russian people convicted of war crimes‎ (1 P) Pages in category "Russian prisoners and detainees" The following 80 pages are in this category, out of 80 total.

  6. Bessarabia - Unionpedia, the concept map

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    Elena Djionat (1888-fl. 1936), was a Romanian educator, journalist, suffragist and women's rights activist. New!!: Bessarabia and Elena Djionat · See more » Elena Postică. Elena Postică (born September 2, 1954, Lăpuşna) is a historian from the Republic of Moldova. New!!: Bessarabia and Elena Postică · See more » Elenovo (Targovishte ...

  7. NEC-Odobleja Former Fellows - New Europe College

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    Elena BEDREAG. Ph.D. Candidate, Faculty of History, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University, Iași. Family Relationships, Attitudes and Collective Sensibilities in Testamentary Discourse in 17th and 18th Century Moldavia

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    The Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) reported today that it will release the verdict in the trial that followed against former Bosnian-Serbian leader Radovan Karadzic for war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide during the war of Bosnia (1992-1995).

  9. events - Romania

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    Antonescu was subsequently charged with war crimes in May 1946 and on 1/6/1946, after a brief trial, was condemned to death and shot. Meanwhile, French forces took Marseilles, then advanced up the Rhone Valley. For more events of World War Two in Europe see France-Germany

  10. Romanian History - On This Day

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    1946-06-01 Ion Antonescu, Romanian soldier and authoritarian politician, is executed after having been convicted of war crimes; 1949-03-28 Grigoras Dinicu, Romanian violin virtuoso and composer, dies at 59; 1951-01-19 Constantin C. Nottara, Romanian composer, dies at 60; 1953-04-04 Carol II, King of Romania (1930-40), dies at 59

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