Gaiduk

Gaiduk

 

an urban-type settlement in Krasnodar Krai, RSFSR. It is a railroad station on the Novorossiisk-Krasnodar line, 9 km from Novorossiisk. Gaiduk has a machine-building plant (spare parts for cement factories) and a cement plant.

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Gaiduk, Kholodnaia voina: Novye podkhody, novye dokumenty (Moscow: Rossiiskaia akademiia nauk, Institut vseobshchei istorii, 1995); Odd Arne Westad, The Global Cold War: Third World Interventions and the Making of Our Times (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2005); Melvyn P.
Gaiduk has produced, not a UN history, but a history of US and Soviet policy toward the body during the two decades following the Second World War.
SyMFEROPOL (CyHAN)- Law enforcement authorities in Crimea have released Sergei Gaiduk, the commander of the Ukrainian navy, along with seven others detained Wednesday in the Crimean city of Sevastopol, the Kryminform news agency reported Thursday.
Navy commander Vice Admiral Sergei Gaiduk and some 50 officers left the premises with their personal belongings, the Russian Itar-Tass news agency reported.
Gaiduk, "Utiug," materialy i fakty o zagotovitel'noi deiatel'nosti russkikh voennykh komissii v Amerike (New York, 1918), 92.
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Gaiduk, 'Avtomagistrali sovetskogo soiuza' [Highways of the Soviet Union], Stroitel'stvo dorog 2 (1938), 5-6.
With: Evgeni Tkachuk, Andrei Bogdanov, Rustam Shakhgireyev, Alexei Neimyshev, Alexander Aleshkin, Alexander Peredkov, Alexander Udaltsov, Maxim Fomin, Konstantin Gaiduk, Sergei Makarov, Valentin Kuznetsov, Vladimir Studenovsky, Alexander Kladko, Sergei Ivanov, Sergei Lobsev, Zulai Aidomirov, Aset Murtazalieva, Violetta Solodyagina, Sultan Dokaev.
Gaiduk, The Soviet Union and the Vietnam War (Chicago: Ivan R.
Survivors include her husband; two stepdaughters, Shelly Sachs and Tricia Gaiduk, both of Sacramento; a sister, Patti Martinez of Sacramento; and one step-grandchild.
Kuchma fired Vitally Gaiduk after he insisted the pipeline network was working well and thus did not need any outside management.
Ilya Gaiduk, a regional exchange scholar from Russia, drew on Soviet archives to write Confronting Vietnam: Soviet Policy toward the Indochina Conflict, 1954-1963 (2002).