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1973—The GULAG Archipelago by Alexander Solzhenitsyn is published in Paris.
Nobody in the USSR dares to publish the book, therefore Solzhetitsyn gives a copy to a French publisher. In 1974 Solzhenitsyn is banished from the USSR. The GULAG Archipelago remains his most popular and significant book.

1925—Sergey Esenin, poet, is born.
One of the most famous Russian poets of XX century.









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