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Dates in History
1941—Ice road through Ladozhskoe Lake is open to Leningrad under the siege.
The Road of Life is the only road connecting Leningrad blockaded by fascists from September 1941 to March 1943 with this country.

1801—Dal Vladimir Ivanovich, writer, ethnographer, doctor, and lexicographer, is born.
He is the creator of The Explanatory Dictionary of the Living Great Russian Language.









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