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Olga Fedorovich Olga Fedorovich (born 28 October 1992) is a Belarusian draughts player, winner 2012 World Mind Sports Games in International draughts. She has become the champion of Belarus many times. Olga Fedorovich is an Women's International grandmaster (GMIF). Her sister Darja Fedorovich is also Belarusian draughts player.
Anatoli Fedorovich Kapustinskii Anatoli Fedorovich Kapustinskii (29 December 1906 – 26 August 1960) was a Russian and Soviet chemist. He derived the Kapustinskii equation that allows an estimation of the lattice energy of an ionic crystal.
Ivan Fedorovich Choultsé In 1921 Choultsé returns to his homeland for a while in an attempt to win the attention of Soviet public. In Petrograd he joins the society of individualistic painters, whose members were Isaak Izrailevich Brodsky (1883–1939), Ivan Avgustovich Veltz (1866–1926), (1850–1924) and Aleksandr Vladimirovich Makovsky (1869–1924). He takes part in two first exhibitions of this society, but then ultimately decides to emigrate for life.
Ivan Fedorovich Choultsé The first personal exhibition of 50 works of Ivan Choultsé opened on November 23, 1922 on Rue La Boétie, 2. The Léon Gérard Gallery exhibited Choultsé's "Soir de Novembre" ("November evening") painting at the spring 136th Salon des Artistes Francais in 1923 and then the "Derniers rayons" ("The Last Rays of Light") at the 137th Salon. The Gallery then held annual personal exhibitions of Choultsé's works up to 1925.
Ivan Fedorovich Choultsé The European fame became international. Édouard Jonas, a prominent figure in French and international art market, owner of exhibition halls both in Paris and New York, offered an exclusive plan of exposing Choultsé's works in the States. On December 1, 1928 in New York gallery of Jonas on East 56th street, 9 opened Choultsé's exhibition with the slogan "It must be seen to be believed". It was open from November 15, 1929 till January 1, 1930 and held 68 works of the artist, that were willingly bought by people from the States, Canada, Argentina, Mexico.
Vladimir Fedorovich Vladimirov In October 1941, Vladimirov was drafted into the Red Army. From November, he fought in the Battle of Moscow. Vladimirov graduated from courses for junior lieutenants in 1942 and became a platoon commander in the 118th Guards Rifle Regiment. After being seriously wounded in battles around Smolensk, he recovered after three months. Vladmimirov became a company commander in the same regiment. During the fall of 1943, he crossed the Desna and Sozh Rivers during the Chernigov-Pripyat Offensive. On 12 September, he helped defeat the headquarters of a German infatry regiment.
Aleksei Fedorovich Filippov Aleksei Fedorovich Filippov (; 29 September 1923 – 10 October 2006) was a Russian mathematician, who worked on differential equations, differential inclusions, diffraction theory, and numerical methods.
Aleksei Fedorovich Filippov A. F. Filippov was born in Moscow in 1923. After serving in the Red Army during the Second World War he attended Moscow State University (Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics). After graduating from the university in 1950, he worked there until his death in 2006 (a professor since 1978). He got his Ph.D. under the supervision of I. G. Petrovsky.
Aleksei Fedorovich Filippov In 1955 Filippov and V. S. Ryaben'kii became interested in difference equations and wrote "On the Stability of Difference Equations". The work was developed into a textbook in 1961 which was used in Moscow State University and many other Russian universities for several decades.
Andrey Fedorovich Budberg His father was Theodor Otto von Bönninghausen (1779–1840), a colonel in the Imperial Russian Army and his mother was Helene Juliane von Budberg (1787–1856, daughter of Foreign Minister Andrei Budberg), from an old Baltic German family. After attending the cathedral school at Reval, Budberg continued his education at St Petersburg and entered the Russian diplomatic service in 1841.