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  1. Yury Onufriyenko - Wikipedia

    Col. Yuri Ivanovich Onufriyenko (Russian: Юрий Иванович Онуфриенко, Ukrainian: Юрій Іванович Онуфрієнко) (born 6 February 1961) is a retired Russian cosmonaut. He is a veteran of two extended spaceflights, aboard the space station Mir in 1996 and aboard the International Space Station in 2001–2002.

  2. 25 thousand nautical miles in 25 years. How ... - RIA Voronezh

    The Zhigalev family moved from Nizhnevartovsk in 2007, when Yury Ivanovich and his wife Inna Nikolaevna, who worked as a water quality engineer, had retired. They looked for a place in the center of Russia to leave the North for a long time and ended up in Ramon.

  3. Ivan III of Russia - Wikipedia

    Yury Ivanovich (23 March 1480 – 8 March 1536) Dmitry Ivanovich (6 October 1481 – 14 February 1521) Eudoxia Ivanovna (1492 – 1513); married Peter (born Kudaikul), son of Ibrahim, Khan of Kazan. Had issue, two daughters: Anastasia, wife of Vasily 'Nemoy' Shuisky and Anastasia, wife of Fyodor Mstislavsky; Elena Ivanovna (8 April 1484 -?)

  4. Mr. Vladimir Ivanovich Ivanov -

    Mr. Vladimir Ivanovich Ivanov. Oct 16, 1947 - Feb 21, 2020 (Age 72) Santa Monica, California. Send Flowers Opens send flowers url in a new window

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  5. Andrey of Staritsa - Wikipedia

    Andrey Ivanovich (August 5, 1490 – December 11, 1537) was the youngest son of Ivan III of Russia the Great by Sophia Palaiologina of Byzantium. Since 1519, his appanages included Volokolamsk and Staritsa .

  6. Russia to speed up defence deals: Rajnath Singh - The Hindu

    Jun 23, 2020 · Defence Minister Rajnath Singh meets Deputy Prime Minister of Russia, Yury Ivanovich Borisov, in Moscow. | Photo Credit: PTI Speedy delivery of S-400 long range air defence system and hardware ...

  7. Ivan III of Russia Biography - Facts, Childhood, Family Life ...

    The same year, his wife Maria died, possibly due to poisoning, raising questions about the future of their only son, Ivan Ivanovich, and prompting him to contemplate another marriage. In 1469, Pope Paul II sought to bind Muscovy to the Holy See by proposing the marriage of Ivan III and Zoë Palaiologina, niece of the last Byzantine emperor ...

  8. Owners - Мирский замок
    • The Iliniches
    • The Radziwills
    • The Wittgensteins
    • The Svyatopolk-Mirskys

    Since 1486 Yury Ivanovich Ilinich (?–1526) was the owner of Mir. The castle was being built in a period of about 1522–1526. Yury Ilinich died in 1526. The castle was not completed. After the death of the father, one of his sons Mikolaj died before sharing the father’s legacy. The eldest son Jan was deprived of inheritance rights because "he inflicted his father great sorrow and trouble". Since 1527 the third son of Yury – Stanislav (about 1500–1531) – was the owner of Mir Castle. In 1531 he died young and childless. He was poisoned by the servant’s wife Novitsky. The court awarded the guilty be burned, and Schasny (Felix), the brother of Stanislav, made the sentence. After the death of Stanislav his brothers Jan (about 1495–1536) and Schasny (about 1505–1542) started to quarrel over property. Mir Castle itself was granted to Schasny, other possessions were given to Jan. Since 1542 Yury Ilinich Junior (about 1535 – about 1569), a son of Schasny Ilinich and Sophia Radziwill, was the o...

    Mikolaj Krzysztof Radziwill the Orphan

    Mikolaj Krzysztof Radziwill was an outstanding statesman and public figure. He studied in Strasbourg and Tubingen, travelled a lot. In 1583 he went pilgrimage to Jerusalem, wrote a book about his impressions. Mikolaj Krzysztof took part in siege of Polotsk and Pskov (1579–81). 1579 – grand marshal, 1586 – castellan, 1590 – voivode of Trakai, 1604 – voivode of Vilna. He seconded the Brest Union. In 1579 he allowed Mir self-government. In 1586 Mikolaj Krzysztof Radziwill with his brothers found...

    Jan Yury Radziwill

    Jan Yury Radziwill was the eldest son of Mikolaj Krzysztof Radziwill the Orphan. He studied at the Jesuitical Collegium of Nesvizh and Augsburg. He traveled to Germany and Italy. In 1613 Jan Yury became castellan of Trakai. In 1619 he went on a trip to Europe, during which visited the University of Bologna and the University of Padua in Italy. He was married to Eleonora Ostrozhskaya. In the last year of his life the epidemic of plague was in Belarusian lands. A year after the chapel was build...

    Zygmunt Karol Radziwill

    Zygmunt Karol Radziwill was the son of Mikolaj Krzysztof Radziwill the Orphan. He studied in Bologna. In 1612 Zygmunt Karol joined the Order of Malta, there by his father founded a base of the Order in Stolovichi. Zygmunt Karol Radziwill took part in the battle of Hawtin (1621), in the war of Rzeczpospolita (The Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth) with Sweden (1600–1639), with Moscaw (1632–1634), Thirty-Years War in Germany. He was an ambassador to Seims many times. In Mir he was last time in Feb...

    Lev Petrovich Wittgenstein

    Lev Wittgenstein, a son of the hero of the War of 1812 Peter Wittgenstein, married Princess Stefania Radziwill (1809–1832), a daughter of Prince Dominik Radziwill, in 1828. The dower of the bride was large estates. The ongoing legal proceedings between the Wittgensteins and the Radziwills in regard to the ownership of the Mir estate came to end only in the 1840s. The Mir estate was obtained by Lev Wittgenstein. Lev and Stefania Wittgenstein had two children – a son Peter (1831–1887) and a dau...

    Peter Lvovich Wittgenstein

    Peter Wittgenstein, a son of Lev Petrovich Wittgenstein and Stefania Radziwill, was born in Florence May 10, 1831. In 1854 he began to manage the estate Mir and other lands that belonged to his mother. After his father's death in 1866, he received two ordinations: Druzhnoselje (Petersburg Province) and Kamenka (Podolsk Province). Peter Lvovich was the owner almost 1 million acres of land. Peter Wittgenstein was married to French actress Rosalia Leon, who died a year before his death, and she...

    Nikolay Ivanovich Svyatopolk-Mirsky

    In 1891 Nikolay Ivanovich Svyatopolk-Mirsky, a Cossack chieftain of the Don troops, purchased the Mir estate and the castle from Maria Hohenlohe-Schillingsfurst. Apparently, the prince was attracted by the name of the estate. When he came to Mir he immediately got down to work with great enthusiasm. A two-storey palace were built opposite the castle. A water reservoir was made in front of the new palace. Nikolay Ivanovich died on July 15, 1898 at his estate Mir. Land ownership and all estates...

    Cleopatra Mikhaylovna Svyatopolk-Mirskaya

    Cleopatra Svyatopolk-Mirskaya from the Hanykov family was the wife of Prince Nikolay Ivanovich Svyatopolk-Mirsky. After her husband's death in 1898, she became the ownership of the lands in Minsk, Podolsk, Kutaisi, Novgorod provinces, as well as stone house in St. Petersburg. Princess Cleopatra chose to live in the estate Mir. From 1904 to 1910 at the behest of Cleopatra Svyatopolk-Mirskaya the church and burial-vault was built on the territory of the English landscape park. In six years befo...

    Mikhail Nikolaevich Svyatopolk-Mirsky

    Mikhail Svyatopolk-Mirsky was born in 1870 in Tsarskoye Selo. He studied at the cadet school in Yelisavetgrad. From 1897 to 1916 he devoted his life to a diplomatic career. Mikhail Svyatopolk-Mirsky worked at the embassies in Constantinople, Beijing, Stockholm, Munich, Sofia and London. In 1920–1930 years he restored Mir Castle. Mikhail Svyatopolk-Mirsky guided a secluded life, was not married. He died in 1938 in Warsaw. Mikhail Svyatopolk-Mirsky is buried in the church and burial-vault in Mir.

  9. Solomonia Saburova - Wikipedia

    Life. Her father was Yury Konstantinovich Saburov, a nobleman who was elevated to boyar upon his daughter's marriage to the monarch. One of her relatives later became the wife of Ivan IV's son and heir, Ivan Ivanovich, and another lady of the Saburov-Godunov clan was Irina Feodorovna, the wife of the last Rurikid tsar, Feodor I.

  10. The Chekist Monitor

    While Yury Ivanovich and I are talking, he phones his wife several times and asks her how she is feeling: “I try to devote all my free time to her.” Lyudmila Aleksandrovna shared the difficult life path of her husband - 35 years devoted to secret intelligence service, frequent separations, stress, moving from place to place...