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Rudolf Samoylovich

Rudolf Samoylovich
Rudolf Samoylovich on a 2000 Russian stamp

Rudolf (Ruvim) Lazarevich Samoylovich (Russian: Рудольф Лазаревич Самойлович) (13 September (O.S. 1 September), 1881, Azov – 4 March 1939, Saint Petersburg) was a Soviet polar explorer, professor (1928), and doctor of geographic sciences (1934).

In 1904, Rudolf Samoylovich graduated from the Sadko (1936 and 1937–1938). In 1938 Rudolf Samoylovich was arrested and then executed, most likely some time in 1940. In 1988 he was posthumously rehabilitated.

A strait and a glacier top on Franz Josef Land, a bay on Novaya Zemlya, an island in Severnaya Zemlya, a peninsula and a nunatak in the Antarctica bear Rudolf Samoylovich's name. He was awarded the Order of Lenin and Order of the Red Banner of Labour.

References

This article includes content derived from the Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 1969–1978, which is partially in the public domain.

  • Самойлович Рудольф Лазаревич. Great Soviet Encyclopedia
  • Жертвы политического террора в СССР. lists.memo.ru

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