Alexander Solzhenitsyn

Alexander Solzhenitsyn
n. Alexander Solzhenitsyn, (geboren 1918) Russische schrijver en historicus, winnaar van de Nobel Prijs voor literatuur in 1970, hij was verbannen uit Rusland in 1974 en woonde in Zwitserland, verhuisde daarna naar de Verenigde Staten en in 1994 keerde hij terug naar Rusland

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