Alexander Zaitsev

Alexander Zaitsev

Aleksandr Zaitsev

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Aleksandr Zaitsev est le nom de plusieurs personnes :

  • Aleksandr Andreïevitch Zaitsev (1911–1965), un pilote d'avion russe et héros de l'Union soviétique,
  • Aleksandr Gennadievitch Zaitsev (1952), un patineur russe,
  • Aleksandr Leonidovitch Zaitsev (1945), un astronome russe,
  • Aleksandr Mikhaïlovitch Zaitsev (1841–1910), un chimiste russe,
  • Aleksandr Nikolaïevich Zaitsev (1935–1971), un grand-maître russe du jeu d'échecs.
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