Eduard von Falz-Fein
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Baron Eduard Oleg Alexandrowitsch von Falz-Fein (born 14 September 1912) is a Russian-born businessman, journalist, public figure and sportsman from Liechtenstein. He served as a "sports diplomat" who initiated the Olympic movement in Liechtenstein and vice president of Liechtenstein Olympic Committee in the mid-1930s. He was born in Gavrilovka, Kherson Oblast.
In 1951 and from 1953-73, he was President of the Liechtenstein Cycling Association. Falz-Fein funded much of the research on the identification of the Romanov family remains. He turned 100 on 14 September 2012. He is a cousin of an Olympic bobsledder Eduard Theodor von Falz-Fein (1912–1974).
- "Golden Laurel" (2003) (awarded in recognition of the outstanding achievements of successful athletes and people who have provided a great service for the sphere of sport in Liechtenstein)
- Baron Liechtenstein
- Soviet Union
- Emeritus of the Union of Soviet Societies for Friendship and Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries "For contribution to friendship"
- Order of Friendship of Peoples (26 October 1993) - for the active long-term advocacy of Russian culture abroad
- Order of Honour (14 September 2002) - for outstanding contribution to the preservation and promotion of Russian culture abroad, strengthening friendship and cooperation between the peoples of the Russian Federation and the Principality of Liechtenstein
- Pushkin Medal (20 August 2007) - for outstanding contribution to the preservation of the cultural heritage of Russia
- Medal "In Commemoration of the 300th Anniversary of Saint Petersburg"
- By the President of the Russian Federation (14 November 1998) - for outstanding contribution to the preservation and repatriation of Russian art and objects of historical heritage
- Order of St. Sergius, 2nd class (Russian Orthodox Church, 2002) - for outstanding contribution to the development of Russian culture and in connection with the anniversary
- Tsarskoye Selo Art Prize (1997)
- 4th class (24 August 2012) - for a significant contribution to strengthening the international authority of Ukraine, the popularization of its historical heritage and modern achievements and to mark the 21st anniversary of the Independence of Ukraine
- 5th class (13 September 2007) - for outstanding contribution to the preservation of Ukrainian heritage, and active participation in the development of conservation and environmental education activities at the Biosphere Reserve Askania-Nova, named FE Pfalz-Fein Ukrainian Academy of Agricultural Sciences
- 1st class (15 November 2002) - for his significant contribution to the improvement of the international prestige of Ukraine, long fruitful charity
- 2nd class (22 May 1998) - for his significant contribution to the preservation of the Ukrainian historical and cultural heritage, the active promotion of the Biosphere Reserve Askania-Nova
- Honorary Insignia of the President of Ukraine (1994) - for long-term selfless activity to return to the Ukraine national cultural values, personal contribution to the renewal of the reserve Askania-Nova
- Diploma of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine with a memorable mark (21 May 1998) - a personal contribution and active assistance in the restoration of historical and cultural heritage of the Biosphere Reserve Askania-Nova
- International Prize "Crystal Globe"
- Awarded to Nicholas Roerich (2004)
- Задерейчук А.А. Фальц-Фейны в Таврии. - Симферополь: ДОЛЯ, 2010.
- article 2007 (in German)
- Massie, Robert K. (1995). The Romanovs: The Final Chapter.
- Sack, John (1959). Report from Practically Nowhere. New York: Curtis Publishing Company. pp. 93–107.
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