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1975—enowned physicist, humanitarian Andrey Sakharov awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his "fearless personal commitment in upholding the fundamental principles for peace between men".
Man who developed Soviet hydrogen bomb became first Soviet to win Nobel Peace Prize.

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