Vadim Delaunay

Vadim Nikolaevich Delaunay (December 22, 1947, Moscow – June 13, 1983, Paris) was a Soviet poet and dissident, who participated in the 1968 Red Square demonstration of protest against military suppression of the Prague Spring.wikipedia
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1968 Red Square demonstration

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1968 Red Square demonstration of protest against military suppression of the Prague Spring.

Nikolai Borisovich Delone

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He was the son of Nikolai Borisovich Delone, a Soviet physicist.
His son was Vadim Delaunay, a poet and dissident, who participated in the 1968 Red Square demonstration of protest against military suppression of the Prague Spring.

Vladimir Bukovsky

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His sentence was much lighter than that of another organizer of the same meeting, Vladimir Bukovsky, who got three years in a labor camp.
On 22 January 1967, Bukovsky, Vadim Delaunay, Yevgeny Kushev and Victor Khaustov held another demonstration on Pushkin Square.

Bernard-René Jourdan de Launay

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Among his ancestors was marquis Bernard-René de Launay, the last governor of the Bastille, murdered by the attackers on that castle.
Some of de Launay's brother's descendants settled in Russia (see Boris Delaunay and Vadim Delaunay for details).

Trial of the Four

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On January 22, 1967, Delaunay took part in a demonstration on Pushkin Square protesting the arrest Yuri Galanskov and others (leading to the Trial of the Four) as well as articles 70 and 190 of the Soviet Penal Code—"Anti-Soviet agitation" and "Libel against the Soviet Government".
Students Vladimir Bukovsky, Vadim Delaunay, Victor Khaustov and Evgeny Kushev were arrested for organizing and taking part.

Pavel Litvinov

Delaunay and Pavel Litvinov held the famous banner with the words "ЗА ВАШУ И НАШУ СВОБОДУ" ("For your freedom and ours").
Among the others were Larisa Bogoraz, a philologist, Natalya Gorbanevskaya, a poet, Vadim Delaunay, poet, Viktor Fainberg, an art critic, and Vladimir Dremlyuga, history student.

Dissident

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Vadim Nikolaevich Delaunay (December 22, 1947, Moscow – June 13, 1983, Paris) was a Soviet poet and dissident, who participated in the

Prague Spring

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1968 Red Square demonstration of protest against military suppression of the Prague Spring.

French people

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Delaunay was born to a Russian-French family of Soviet Intelligentsia.

Soviet Union

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Delaunay was born to a Russian-French family of Soviet Intelligentsia.

Intelligentsia

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Delaunay was born to a Russian-French family of Soviet Intelligentsia.

Physicist

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He was the son of Nikolai Borisovich Delone, a Soviet physicist.

Boris Delaunay

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His grandfather, Boris Delaunay, was a prominent Soviet mathematician and creator of the Delaunay triangulation.

Delaunay triangulation

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His grandfather, Boris Delaunay, was a prominent Soviet mathematician and creator of the Delaunay triangulation.

Marquess

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Among his ancestors was marquis Bernard-René de Launay, the last governor of the Bastille, murdered by the attackers on that castle.

Bastille

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Among his ancestors was marquis Bernard-René de Launay, the last governor of the Bastille, murdered by the attackers on that castle.

Specialized school

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Delaunay studied at Moscow matshkola ("Mathematical School") No.

Philology

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2, one of the best in the country at that time, then at the Department of Philology at the Moscow Pedagogical Institute.

Moscow State Pedagogical University

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2, one of the best in the country at that time, then at the Department of Philology at the Moscow Pedagogical Institute.

Freelancer

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As a student, he also worked as a freelance author for the Literaturnaya Gazeta.

Literaturnaya Gazeta

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As a student, he also worked as a freelance author for the Literaturnaya Gazeta.

Samizdat

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His poetry was distributed by samizdat and some of it was published abroad.

Pushkinskaya Square

Pushkin SquareStrastnaya SquarePushkin monument
On January 22, 1967, Delaunay took part in a demonstration on Pushkin Square protesting the arrest Yuri Galanskov and others (leading to the Trial of the Four) as well as articles 70 and 190 of the Soviet Penal Code—"Anti-Soviet agitation" and "Libel against the Soviet Government".

Yuri Galanskov

Yury GalanskovYu. Galanskov
On January 22, 1967, Delaunay took part in a demonstration on Pushkin Square protesting the arrest Yuri Galanskov and others (leading to the Trial of the Four) as well as articles 70 and 190 of the Soviet Penal Code—"Anti-Soviet agitation" and "Libel against the Soviet Government".

Criminal code

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On January 22, 1967, Delaunay took part in a demonstration on Pushkin Square protesting the arrest Yuri Galanskov and others (leading to the Trial of the Four) as well as articles 70 and 190 of the Soviet Penal Code—"Anti-Soviet agitation" and "Libel against the Soviet Government".