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|Garnett, Constance.||N/A||One of the most satisfactory translators of Russian literature into English.|
|Gertsin, Aleksandr Ivanovich (Herzen) (1812-1870).||Tsarism.||Westerniser critic, second only to Byelinsky in his time.|
Influenced by revolution and the french socialism of Saint-Simon.
Wrote Whose Fault?, a novel about free love.
Took an active part in the Revolutions of 1848 in Paris and Rome.
Founded the influential newspaper The Bell (Kolokol) in London.
|Gogol, Nikolai Vasilevich (1809 - 1852).||Tsarism.||See separate entry|
|Golyakov, Ivan Terentyevich.||Presiding judge of the Supreme Court under Stalin.||SOL74:624|
|Gorbachev, Mikhail||Soviet.||See separate entry|
|Groman, Vladimir Gustavovich.||Tsarism to Soviet||Menshevik economist and statistician.|
Believed in lower grain prices through regulation.
Lars T Lih describes Groman as "A fascinatingly typical member of his generation of the Russian intelligentsia, a generation whose enthusiasm had been excited by the opportunities for reform first of the war period and then of the revolutionary period but which was disillusioned by Lenin and destroyed by Stalin."1
Representative sent by the Union of Towns to the Special Conference on Food Supply during WWI.2
Though initially supportive of Groman's programme of economic regulation, the Provisional Government later raised grain prices by 60%.3
The All-Russian Food-Supply Council of Ten, a politically neutral institution created to manage food supply under Bolshevism, was Groman's idea. (This institution was ultimately unsuccessful.)4
|Gromyko, Andrei Andreyevich (1909-?).||Soviet||Ambassador to United States, later delegate to United Nations.|
Foreign Minister from 1957.
|Herzen, Alexander.||Tsarism||Alexander Herzen is a common Anglicisation of the name Aleksandr Gertsin - see entry on this page.|
|Ivanov, Igor Sergeyevich.||Igor Ivanov is the current Foreign Minister of Russia.||SBS02:623|
|Ivanov, Sergei Borisovich.||Sergei Ivanov is the current Defence Minister of Russia.||SBS02:623|
|Jordan, Boris.||Post Soviet.||Business magnate.|
Born of Russian parents, brought up in United States, migrated to Russia after fall of Soviet Union.
Current manager of NTV, of which he is a 4.4% shareholder.1
1 Uwe Klussman, "Zurück Zur Zensur", DS #15, 9th April 2001.