Nekrich, A. M. (Aleksandr Moiseevich)Alternative names
1920 March 3:
Born, Baku, USSR
M.A. in History, Moscow State University, USSR
1942- 1945: Military service in the Soviet Army
Ph.D. in History, USSR Academy of Science, Institute of History, Moscow
1950- 1956: Junior Scholar, USSR Academy of Science, Institute of History, Moscow
1956- 1976: Senior Scholar, USSR Academy of Sciences, Institute of History (reorganized in 1968 as the Institute of World History), Moscow
Post-doctoral degree in History, USSR Academy of Sciences, Institute of History, Moscow
Emigrated to the United States
1976- 1987: Senior Research Fellow, Russian Research Center of Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.
Visiting Lecturer, Brandeis University, Waltham, Mass.
1980- 1981: Visiting Professor, Tübingen University, Federal Republic of Germany
Visiting Scholar, Australian National University, Canberra
1982- 1986: Editor-in-Chief, Obozrenie Magazine (Paris)
Fellow, Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan
1993 September 2:
Died, Cambridge, Mass.
From the guide to the Aleksandr Moiseevich Nekrich papers, 1940-1996, (Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace)
- World War, 1939-1945--Soviet Union
- Russia (Federation) (as recorded)
- Soviet Union (as recorded)