Ganichev Valeriy( Writer - Historian. Academician, Professor)
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Biography Ganichev Valeriy
Born July 3, 1933 at the station Pestovo, Leningrad Oblast. Father - Nikolai (1903. born.). Mother - Anfisa S. (1911. born.). Daughter - Myrina, Greece (genus. 30. 08. 1960). Graduated Kienvsky State University majoring historian (1956). He worked as a teacher of secondary school history (1956, Mr.. Nikolaev, Ukraine). From 1956 - 1967 he. - At the Komsomol in the Ukraine and in Moscow, served as Deputy Chief Editor of 'Young Guard' (1964 - 1965 gg., R. Moscow), director of the publishing house 'Young Guard' (1968 - 1978 gg.), The chief editor of the newspaper "Komsomolskaya Pravda" (1978 - 1980 gg.). Since 1981, Mr.. present is the chief editor of 'Roman newspaper, since 1994 - Chairman of the Writers' Union. Doctor of Historical Sciences, professor at Moscow State University. M. V. University (since 1978), Academician of the Academy of Creativity, Academician and Vice-President of the International Slavonic Academy, Deputy Head of the World Russian People's Council, Deputy Chairman of the All-Russia Society for Protection of Monuments. Honored Worker of Culture, Commander of the Order of Labor Red Banner, two Orders of 'Honor' and other awards. He is the author of historical novels 'Ross invincible', 'Tula encyclopedic', 'Flotovozhd (Admiral Ushakov)', 'the fire', 'In the name of the descendants' and other. Author of numerous publications and books: 'Youth print' (25 n. l.), 'Russian versts' (a book of critical, literary, istoricheskih publications), 'heirs' and many. He is fond of studying the problems of history and philosophy of Russia (Rossika). Actively involved in academic and public life. As part of the writers, scientists, youth delegations visited over 40 countries, including USA, Germany, France, Portugal, India, Bangladesh, Japan, Pakistan, Syria, Iraq, South Africa, Seychelles, Cuba, Canada, Sweden, Greece, Ghana.
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Address: Russia, Moscow,. Novobasmannaya house. 19.