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Gori, Georgia

and artistic director of the Central Ensemble of the Soviet Navy. In 1946, he was awarded the Stalin Prize. In 1948, his opera ''The Great Friendship'' was censured by the resolution of the Communist Party Central Committee. After Joseph Stalin's death, he was restored to favor and granted the title of the People's Artist of the USSR in 1968. right frame Sulkhan Tsintsadze (Image:tsintsad1.jpg) '''Sulkhan Tsintsadze''' ( ), (23 August 1925 in Gori


Ordnance Survey

, the Institute offered him "one of the very few archaeological jobs in Britain", and he became their librarian, and in doing so he helped to cement connections with scholars working in other parts of Europe. Green 1981 (#Gre81). pp. 48–49. This job meant that he came into contact with many of Britain's archaeologists, of whom there were relatively few during the 1920s, and he developed a great friendship with O.G.S. Crawford, the noted Archaeological Officer


Cyprus

released his 3rd book titled "The Waddington Years" which described his great friendship with former Stoke City manager Tony Waddington. Usually, all parts of the countries are part of SEPA regardless of whether the country parts are part of the European Union or not. The following countries have dependent territories which are not part of SEPA: * Cyprus: Only areas controlled by the Republic of Cyprus are included. Other areas claimed by the Republic of Cyprus are exempted


Soviet Union

the "centuries-long friendship of the Russian and Georgian peoples." Suny (1994), p. 290 Under the Communist Party (Communist Party of the Soviet Union) pressure, Dadiani had to revise both the title and the plot to bring it into line of the official ideology. Tillett, Lowell (1969), ''The Great Friendship: Soviet Historians on the Non-Russian Nationalities'', p. 329. University of North Carolina Press In 2002, a satyrical short-story

, originally entitled ''The Unfortunate Russian'' (უბედური რუსი; 1916–1926), was attacked by the Soviet (Soviet Union) critics for distorting the "centuries-long friendship of the Russian and Georgian peoples." Suny (1994), p. 290 Under the Communist Party (Communist Party of the Soviet Union) pressure, Dadiani had to revise both the title and the plot to bring it into line of the official ideology. Tillett, Lowell (1969), ''The Great Friendship: Soviet


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