USSR State Prize

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The USSR State Prize (Госуда́рственная пре́мия СССР, Gosudarstvennaya premiya SSSR) was the Soviet Union's state honor.wikipedia
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State Prize of the Russian Federation

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After the breakup of the Soviet Union, the prize was followed up by the State Prize of the Russian Federation.
The State Prize of the Russian Federation, officially translated in Russia as Russian Federation National Award, is a state honorary prize established in 1992 as the successor for the USSR State Prize following the breakup of the Soviet Union.

State Prizes of the Soviet Republics

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Each constituent Soviet republic (SSR) and autonomous republic (ASSR) also had a State Prize (or Stalin Prize).
The State Prizes of the Soviet Republics were each republic counterpart to the USSR State Prize.

Lenin Peace Prize

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The Stalin Prize was an honor different from the Stalin Peace Prize.
In 1941 the Soviet Union created the Stalin Prize (later renamed the USSR State Prize), which was awarded annually to accomplished Soviet writers, composers, artists and scientists.

Lenin Prize

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It should also not be confused with the Lenin Prize.
During the period from 1935 to 1956, the Lenin Prize was not awarded, being replaced largely by the Stalin Prize.

Nikolay Burdenko

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He was Surgeon-General of the Red Army (1937–1946), an academician of the USSR Academy of Sciences (from 1939), an academician and the first director of the Academy of Medical Sciences of the USSR (1944–1946), a Hero of Socialist Labor (from 1943), Colonel General of medical services, and a Stalin Prize winner (1941).

Igor Kurchatov

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In 1954 he was awarded the USSR State Prize in physics.

Vladimir Vernadsky

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In 1943 he was awarded the Stalin Prize.

Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Shmuk

Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Shmuk (November 9 1886 in Moscow - January 22, 1945, Moscow) was a Soviet biochemist and recipient of the Stalin Prize in 1942.

Arseny Mironov

*Arseny Mironov: for flight testing and introduction into service the Su-24 tactical bomber
He was one of the oldest researchers in aircraft aerodynamics and flight testing, a Gromov Flight Research Institute (GFRI) director from 1981 to 1985, a recipient of the Stalin Prize in 1948 and the USSR State Prize in 1976, and an honorary citizen of Zhukovsky.

Max Taitz

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He was a doctor of Engineering, a professor, and a recipient of the Stalin Prize (1949 and 1953), and the honorary title of Honoured Scientist of the RSFSR (1961).

Mark Veyngerov

Mark Leonidovich Veyngerov (Марк Леонидович Вейнгеров, 1903–1973) was a Soviet Physicist, USSR State Prize 1946 awardee for papers in the field of Optics.

Ivan Vinogradov

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In 1941 he was awarded the Stalin Prize.

Nikolaus Riehl

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For his work on the Soviet atomic bomb project, he was awarded a Stalin Prize, Lenin Prize, and Order of the Red Banner of Labor.

Leonid Kantorovich

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He was the winner of the Stalin Prize in 1949 and the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences in 1975.

Victor Ambartsumian

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Among his numerous awards are Stalin Prize (1946, 1950), the Hero of Socialist Labor (1968, 1978), the State Prize of the Russian Federation, the Gold Medal of the Royal Astronomical Society, the Bruce Gold Medal, and National Hero of Armenia.

Manfred von Ardenne

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For ten years after World War II, he worked in the Soviet Union on their atomic bomb project and was awarded a Stalin Prize.

Leonid Mandelstam

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He was awarded the Stalin Prize in 1942.

Ding Ling

Ting Ling
She was awarded the Soviet Union's Stalin second prize for Literature in 1951.

Heinz Barwich

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At the close of World War II, he followed the decision of Gustav Hertz, to go to the Soviet Union for ten years to work on the Soviet atomic bomb project, for which he received the Stalin Prize.

Peter Adolf Thiessen

He voluntarily went to the Soviet Union at the close of World War II, and he received high Soviet decorations and the Stalin Prize for contributions to the Soviet atomic bomb project.

Mustafa Topchubashov

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Dr. Mustafa Agha bey oglu Topchubashov (Azeri: Mustafa Topçubaşov; 5 August 1895, Goygumbat, Erivan Governorate, Russian Empire – 23 November 1981, Baku), Ph.D., was an Azerbaijani surgeon, Hero of Socialist Labor, Stalin Prize winner, and recipient of the Order of Lenin.

Grigori Aleksandrov

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He was awarded the Stalin Prizes for 1941 and 1950.

Suleyman Rustam

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He is the poet of the Azerbaijan SSR (1960), laureate of the Stalin State Prize of the second degree (1950), Hero of Socialist Labour (1976) and a member of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union from 1940.

Sergey Mergelyan

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He was a laureate of the USSR State Prize (1952) and the Order of St. Mesrop Mashtots (2008).

Iosif Kheifits

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Iosif Yefimovich Kheifits (Іосіф Яўхімавіч Хейфіц; 17 December 1905 – 24 April 1995) was a Soviet film director, winner of two Stalin Prizes (1941, 1946), People's Artist of USSR (1964), Hero of Socialist Labor (1975).