HISTORY

1975 Helsinki Accords

In the twentieth century history of the countries that until 1991 formed the Soviet Union no person carried a larger moral authority than Academician and Nobel Peace laureate Andrei Dmitrievich Sakharov. From being the youngest Academician ever in Soviet history, he developed into an undisputed leader of the human rights movement in the USSR, with an importance not only for his now non-existent country, but for the human rights movement across the globe.

Sakharov Hearings

In the twentieth century history of the countries that until 1991 formed the Soviet Union no person carried a larger moral authority than Academician and Nobel Peace laureate Andrei Dmitrievich Sakharov. From being the youngest Academician ever in Soviet history, he developed into an undisputed leader of the human rights movement in the USSR, with an importance not only for his now non-existent country, but for the human rights movement across the globe.

Andrei Sakharov

In the twentieth century history of the countries that until 1991 formed the Soviet Union no person carried a larger moral authority than Academician and Nobel Peace laureate Andrei Dmitrievich Sakharov. From being the youngest Academician ever in Soviet history, he developed into an undisputed leader of the human rights movement in the USSR, with an importance not only for his now non-existent country, but for the human rights movement across the globe.

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