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Пионерские чтения журнала "Русский пионер" в "ЗИЛАРТ ХОЛЛЕ". На снимке: писатель, поэт, публицист, председатель партии "Другая Россия" Эдуард Лимонов.
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Эдуард Лимонов на встрече с читателеями по случаю выхода книги "Дед" в Новом Книжном на Сухаревской.
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(FILES) In this file photo taken on February 15, 2014, Russian writer and opposition leader Eduard Limonov speaks during rally in Moscow. - Russian writer Eduard Limonov who founded a radical nationalist party and led protests against President Vladimir Putin before supporting the Kremlin on Crimea's annexation, has died at 77, his party said on March 17, 2020. (Photo by DMITRY SEREBRYAKOV / AFP)
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Эдуард Лимонов
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Eduard Limonov, a leader of banned National Bolshevik Party speaks to The Associated Press in Moscow on Tuesday, July 31, 2012. The Russian opposition protests on the 31st of each month are a nod to the 31st article of the Russian constitution, which guarantees the right of assembly. (AP Photo/ Alexander Zemlianichenko)
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Writer and leader of the Another Russia un-registered opposition party, Eduard Limonov, speaks into his loud hailer at the Revolution Square in central Moscow, on December 10, 2011, during an authorized opposition protest against the alleging mass fraud in the December 4 parliamentary polls. Tens of thousands of election protesters turned out today in Moscow and other major cities across Russia in open defiance to strongman Vladimir Putin's 12-year rule. AFP PHOTO / ALEXANDER NEMENOV
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(FILES) In this file photo taken on December 6, 2011, Russian writer and leader of the Another Russia un-registered opposition party, Eduard Limonov, speaks at a press conference in Moscow. - Russian writer Eduard Limonov who founded a radical nationalist party and led protests against President Vladimir Putin before supporting the Kremlin on Crimea's annexation, has died at 77, his party said on March 17, 2020. (Photo by Natalia KOLESNIKOVA / AFP)
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Edward Limonov, Russian writer and political dissident, and is the founder and leader of radical National Bolshevik Party is pictured in Moscow, Russia on November 29, 2011. Edward Limonov is an opponent of Vladimir Putin and is one of leaders of Other Russia political bloc. Photo by Marc Bonneville/ABACAPRESS.COM # 299673_020
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Edward Limonov, Russian writer and political dissident, and is the founder and leader of radical National Bolshevik Party is pictured in Moscow, Russia on November 29, 2011. Edward Limonov is an opponent of Vladimir Putin and is one of leaders of Other Russia political bloc. Photo by Marc Bonneville/ABACAPRESS.COM # 299673_022
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Edward Limonov, Russian writer and political dissident, and is the founder and leader of radical National Bolshevik Party is pictured in Moscow, Russia on November 29, 2011. Edward Limonov is an opponent of Vladimir Putin and is one of leaders of Other Russia political bloc. Photo by Marc Bonneville/ABACAPRESS.COM # 299673_028
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Writer and leader of the Another Russia un-registered opposition party, Eduard Limonov, speaks during his press conference in Moscow, on November 21, 2011. Limonov confirmed today he intends to participate in the 2012 Presidential elections. AFP PHOTO / KIRILL KUDRYAVTSEV
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Eduard Limonov is the leader of the banned Russian political party called the National Bolshevik Party. The National Bolshevik Party is associated with other opposition political groups in Russia called Other Russia which is a political bloc started by Garry Kasparov, former chess champion. The National Bolshevik Party leans towards fascist ideology.
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Opposition leader Eduard Limonov is seen at his home in Moscow, Monday, Jan. 31, 2011 before a rally in defense of freedom of assembly. Opposition groups have been calling rallies on the 31st day of each month to honor the 31st article of the Russian Constitution, which guarantees the right of assembly. Most of the rallies have been banned or dispersed by police as unsanctioned. (AP Photo/Sergey Ponomarev)
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(FILES) In this file photo taken on August 26, 2010, Russian radical leftist leader and writer Eduard Limonov gestures while speaking during a press conference with Russian human rights activist Lyudmila Alexeyeva (not seen), in Moscow. - Russian writer Eduard Limonov who founded a radical nationalist party and led protests against President Vladimir Putin before supporting the Kremlin on Crimea's annexation, has died at 77, his party said on March 17, 2020. (Photo by Alexey SAZONOV / AFP)
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(FILE) This file photo taken January 20, 2004 shows leader of the disbanded Russian National Bolshevik party (NBP) and controversial writer Eduard Limonov at a press conference in Moscow. - Russian writer Eduard Limonov who founded a radical nationalist party and led protests against President Vladimir Putin before supporting the Kremlin on Crimea's annexation, has died at 77, his party said on March 17, 2020. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)
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Leader of the radical National Bolshevik Party Eduard Limonov tells reporters that officials violated the Constitution by barring the so-called
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Eduard Limonov.<br>Photo by Gavrilov_I Эдуард Лимонов.
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