Kuzebay Gerd

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Kuzebay Gerd
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Born(1898-01-14)January 14, 1898
Bolshaya Dokya, Vyatka Governorate (now Udmurtia), Russian Empire
Died(1937-11-01)November 1, 1937
Sandarmokh, Soviet Union

Kuzma Pavlovich Chaynikov (Russian: Кузьма́ Па́влович Ча́йников, IPA: [kʊˈzʲma ˈpavləvʲɪtɕ ˈtɕajnʲɪkəf] (About this soundlisten)), better known as Kuzebay Gerd (Russian: Кузеба́й Ге́рд, IPA: [kʊzʲɪˈbaj ˈɡʲert] (About this soundlisten); 14 January 1896, Bolshaya Dokya village - 1 November 1937, Sandarmokh) was an Udmurt poet, a prose writer, a playwright, a public figure, and a nationalist.[1] He was executed in Sandarmokh during the Great Purge.

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  1. ^ "Кузебай Герд" (in Russian). Kuzebay Gerd National Museum of Udmurt Republic. Retrieved 15 May 2017.

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