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  • ...and [[Nagasaki]], killing 150,000 Japanese citizens. Soon after this the [[Soviet Union]] began to fight against Japan, and the Japanese army in [[Manchuria] ...ed the Olympic Games in 1964, 1972 and 1998. From 1912 until now, Japanese sportspeople have won 398 medals in total.
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  • |p2 = Soviet occupation zone ...ber 7]],[[1949]], after [[World War II]]. It was formed from part of the [[Soviet occupation zone]] of Germany, including part of the city of [[Berlin]]. It
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  • * [[1944]] – [[World War II]]: [[Soviet]] Air Forces conduct a heavy bombing of [[Tallinn]], [[Estonia]], killing u ...s demonstrations in [[Georgia (country)|Georgia]], which was part of the [[Soviet Union]] at the time.
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  • ...]]) is a [[long-distance running|long-distance runner]]. Running for the [[Soviet Union|U.S.S.R.]], she won the 10,000 [[metre]] race at the [[1988 Summer Ol [[Category:Russian sportspeople]]
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  • ...= Moscow, [[Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic|Russian SFSR]], [[Soviet Union]] ...''' (born [[June 7]], [[1981]], in [[Moscow]], [[Russia]], then [[Union of Soviet Socialist Republics|USSR]]<ref>[https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0468045/ imdb.c
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  • ...тависки}}) (born [[November 16]], [[1977]], in [[Rostov-on-Don]], [[Soviet Union]] (now [[Russia]])) is an [[ice dancer]] from [[Bulgaria]]. His skati Staviski originally competed for the Soviet Union and later Russia. He moved to Bulgaria when he started skating with D
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  • ...the German [[Nazi]]-Regime. The paratrooper was first imprisoned by the [[Soviet]], later by the [[UK|British]] army. He did not leave Britain after his rel [[Category:Sportspeople from Bremen (state)]]
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  • ...thmic gymnastics|rhythmic gymnast]]. She was born in [[Kiev]], [[Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic]], the daughter of [[Vladimir Bessonov]] and [[Viktoria [[Category:Sportspeople from Kiev]]
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  • ...darenko]], she was born in [[Kryvyi Rih]], [[Ukraine]], then part of the [[Soviet Union]]. She plays right-handed and turned pro in [[2000]]. [[Category:Ukrainian sportspeople]]
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  • ...иле́нко}}; born 25 January 1987 in [[Moscow]], [[Russian SFSR]], [[Soviet Union]]) is a [[Russians|Russian]] professional [[tennis]] player. She won [[Category:Sportspeople from Moscow]]
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  • | birth_place = Moscow, Soviet Union ''' Elena Olegovna Bovina ''' (born March 10, 1983, [[Moscow]], [[RSFR]], [[Soviet Union]]) is a [[Russians|Russian]] [[retire]]d professional female tennis p
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  • | birth_place = [[Moscow]], [[Soviet Union]] | played_for = '''[[Soviet Championship League|SCL]]'''/'''[[International Hockey League (1992–1996)
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  • |birth_place=[[Kiev]], [[Ukrainian SSR]], [[Soviet Union]] |nationalteam1=[[Soviet Union national football team|Soviet Union]]
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  • |birth_place=[[Samtredia]], [[Soviet Union]] [[Category:Georgian sportspeople]]
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  • ...a in 1982 and junior champion of the [[Union of Soviet Socialist Republics|Soviet Union]] in 1984. He also won multiple European and World junior championshi [[Category:Estonian sportspeople]]
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  • | birth_place = [[Moscow]], [[Russian SFSR]], [[Soviet Union|USSR]] [[Category:Sportspeople from Moscow]]
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  • |birth_place=[[Kiev]], [[Ukrainian SSR]], [[Soviet Union]] |nationalteam1=[[Soviet Union national football team|Soviet Union]]
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  • ...zhevsk]], [[Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic|Russian SFSR]], [[Soviet Union]]) is a [[Small forward]] that currently plays for the [[Minnesota Ti [[Category:Russian sportspeople]]
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  • |placebirth = [[Baku]], [[Azerbaijan]] Soviet Socialist Republic, [[Soviet Union]] [[Category:Soviet sportspeople]]
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  • |placebirth = [[Minsk]], [[Soviet Union]] Gelfand was Junior Champion of the [[Soviet Union]] at 17,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://al20102007.narod.ru/ch_urs/1985/ch
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