Vadim Podbelsky

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Vadim Podbelsky
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Podbelsky as depicted on a 1987 Soviet stamp
Born November 1887
Yakutia, Russian Empire
Died February 25, 1920(1920-02-25) (aged 32)
Moscow, Russian Empire

Vadim Nikolayevich Podbelsky (Russian: Вади́м Никола́евич Подбе́льский; November 1887 - February 25, 1920) was a Russian revolutionary and Bolshevik politician following the Russian Revolution.

Born in Yakutia in 1887, Podbelsky joined the Bolshevik Russian Social Democratic Labour Party in 1905. During the 1905 uprising he was involved in anti-government demonstrations and meetings. Fearing arrest, Podbelsky fled to France in 1906.

Vadim Podbelsky died in Moscow in 1920 and was buried in the Kremlin Wall Necropolis. Former station Ulitsa Podbelskogo on the Moscow Metro was named in his honour.