Akaki Surguladze

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Akaki Surguladze (Georgian: აკაკი სურგულაძე) (1913-1991) was a Georgian historian. He was the first Soviet scholar, who attempted, in 1988, to revise the hitherto commonly accepted official Soviet version of the Soviet-Georgian War which led to the forcible Sovietization of Georgia in 1921.[1]

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  1. ^ Beichman, A. (1991). The Long Pretense: Soviet Treaty Diplomacy from Lenin to Gorbachev, p. 165. Transaction Publishers. ISBN 0-88738-360-2