Otto Vasilievich Bremer (died 11 November 1873) was a Russian naturalist and entomologist.
The story begins with Ivan Vasilievich's statement that "man cannot understand what’s good and what’s bad on his own, that it’s all a matter of the environment, that he’s a prey to the environment".
Prince Konstantin was the youngest of three sons of Prince Gleb Vasilievich, whose brother Vasili Vasilievich ruled the Principality of Yaroslavl. The rule was passed down to Vasili's sons.
Boris Vasilievich Korneev was born on 15 February 1922 in Petrozavodsk, Karelia Province, Soviet Russia.
Engels Vasilievich Kozlov was born March 24, 1926 in Troitsko-Pechorsk, Komi Republic, USSR.
Anatoly Vasilievich Oleynik, Professor of Chemistry at the University of Nizhni Novgorod.
Blokhin was married to Natalia Aleksandrovna Blokhina (1901–1967), and had a son, Nikolai Vasilievich Baranov (1916–1998).
The founders of the Verkhne-Volzhskaya Railroad Society were the entrepreneur & railway pioneer Nikolai Vasilievich Belyaev (1859-1920), the honorary citizen of Pereslavl Zalessky (1870-1917), the railway engineer Fedor Nikolayevich Mamontov, the nobleman Nikolai Mitrofanovich Andreev, The Chairman of the board was Nikolai Vasilievich Belyaev.
From his marriage with Evdokia Ivanovna of Moscow he had three sons: Vasili Vasilievich, prince of Yaroslavl; Hleb Vasilievich and Roman Vasilievich (who became the Duke of Romanov).
Colonel General Aleksandr Vasilievich Shlyakhturov ([...] , born 14 February 1947) was a Russian military officer.
Alexey Vasilievich Kurkin ([...]; [...] 16 March 1948) was a Soviet Army colonel general.
Aleksei Vasilievich Loktev ([...]; 30 December 1939 – 17 September 2006) was a Russian and Soviet actor.
Kirill Vasilievich Chistov ([...]; 20 November 1919 [...] 2007) was a Soviet and Russian ethnologist.
Alexandr Vasilievich Kolobnev ([...]; born 4 May 1981) is a Russian former professional road bicycle racer.
Alexander Vasilievich Gine ([...]; 1830 – June 3, 1980) was a Russian painter.
Alexander Vasilievich Polyakov ([...]; 1801, place unknown - 9 January 1835, St. Petersburg) was a Russian portrait painter.
Nikolai Vasilievich Panchenko ([...]; April 9, 1924, Kaluga – August 18, 2005, Peredelkino) was a Russian poet.
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