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Zhukov

Georgi Konstantinovich . 1896--1974, Soviet marshal. In World War II, he led the offensives that broke the sieges of Stalingrad and Leningrad (1942--43) and later captured Warsaw and Berlin; minister of defence (1955--57)
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"The opinion of all taking part was united, and that was that our athletes need to go to South Korea, compete and win," Mr Zhukov said.
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The Ukrainian team was greeted by polite applause by the crowd of about 500 people at the Arena Moscow, which included Russian Olympic Committee chief Alexander Zhukov and International Boxing Association president Wu Ching-Kuo.
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SOVIET MARSHALS were known or their fondness for outsize hats and a chest load of decorations, and on this point of military splendor, Marshal Zhukov, the man who had crushed Hitler's panzers and conquered Berlin, was in a class all by himself.
QUETTA -- French Open champion Maria Sharapova will become Russia's first woman flag-bearer at the opening ceremony of the London Olympics, Olympic Committee (ROC) chief Alexander Zhukov said Tuesday.