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  The Dispatch - Serving the Lexington, NC - News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Dzhokhar Musayevich Dudayev (Chechen Latin: Dzoxar Dudayev; Cyrillic: Джоха́р Муса́евич Дуда́ев, 15 April 1944 – 21 April 1996) was a Soviet Air Force general and a Chechen leader, the first president of the Chechen Republic of Ichkeria, an unrecognized breakaway state in the North Caucasus.
Dudayev was born in February 1944, during the enforced deportation of his family (together with the entire Chechen, Ingush, Balkar, Kalmyk, Crimean Tatar and other smaller nations, on the orders of Joseph Stalin) from their native village of Yalkhoroi in the Chechen-Ingush Autonomous Region.
Dudayev served in a heavy bomber unit of the Soviet Air Force in Siberia and Ukraine.
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 News
THE Chechen rebel leader, Gen Dzhokhar Dudayev, was killed in an "act of revenge" for the ambush of a convoy in which 90 Russian soldiers died, Moscow's military said yesterday.
Dzhokhar Dudayev, Russia's most wanted man, was struck in the head by a Russian artillery shell fragment and died in his bodyguard's arms, said rebels, who refused to show the body or the grave to outsiders.
Dudayev "was buried this morning in the presence of close relatives at one of the rural cemeteries in southern Chechnya," said Chechen vice president Zelimkhan Yandarbiyev.
www.christusrex.org /www2/news-old/4-96/ew4-25-96.html   (3176 words)

  
 Online NewsHour: Conflict in Chechnya: Timeline of the Modern Conflict: 1991-1994 | PBS
Retired Soviet army Gen. Dzhokhar Dudayev wins, claiming 90 percent of the vote.
Dudayev declares Chechnya independent of Russia almost immediately after the elections.
Dudayev refuses to sign a treaty with Russia that would have made Chechnya a Russian republic with a great degree of autonomy, instead repeating earlier demands for complete independence.
www.pbs.org /newshour/bb/europe/chechnya/timeline.html   (616 words)

  
 Reference: Dzhokhar Dudayev   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Dzhokhar Musaevich Dudayev was born in February 1944, during the enforced deportation of his family (together with the entire Chechen and Ingush nations, on Joseph Stalin's orders) from their native village of Yalkhori in the Chechen-Ingush autonomous oblast.
Dudayev retired from the air force in May 1990 and returned to Grozny, the Chechen capital, to devote himself to local politics.
Dudayev was elected Chechen president in October 1991 and unilaterally declared Chechnya's secession from the Russian Federation.
www.aeronautics.ru /chechnya/dudayev.htm   (680 words)

  
 Omnipelagos.com ~ article "Dzhokhar Dudaev"
Dzhokhar Musayevich Dudayev was born in February 1944, during the enforced deportation of his family (together with the entire Chechen, Ingush, Balkar, Kalmyk, Crimean Tatar and other smaller nations, on the orders of Joseph Stalin) from their native village of Yalkhoroi in the Chechen-Ingush Autonomous Region.
After a referendum in October 1991 confirmed Dudayev in his new position as president of "Ichkeria", he unilaterally declared the republic's sovereignty and its secession from Russia.
On March 17, 2005 a roundabout in Warsaw, capital of Poland, was given the name of Dzhokhar Dudayev.
www.omnipelagos.com /entry?n=dzhokhar_%44udaev   (1263 words)

  
 Chechen leader Dudayev 'killed in Russian raid'   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
THE Chechen rebel leader, General Dzhokhar Dudayev, was reported last night to be have been killed in a Russian rocket attack.
According to Gen Dudayev's separatist government, he was about to use his satellite telephone in the mountains of southern Chechnya on Sunday evening when he was severely wounded by a rocket.
This is usually attributed to the fact that Gen Dudayev, as a former officer of the Soviet air force, was thought more likely to be amenable to negotiations with Moscow than the younger generation of bearded Islamic desperadoes in the Chechen resistance.
www.telegraph.co.uk /htmlContent.jhtml?html=/archive/1996/04/24/wchech24.html   (474 words)

  
 La référence: Dzhokhar Dudayev   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Dudayev a appris Estonien et a montrй grande tolйrance pour nationalisme Estonien quand il a ignorй le Soviet commande fermer la tйlйvision Estonien et parlement.
Dzhokhar Musaevich Dudayev est nй en fйvrier 1944, pendant l'expulsion forcйe de sa famille (avec les Chechen entiers et nations Ingush, sur les ordres de Joseph Staline) de leur village natal de Yalkhori dans le Chechen-Ingush oblast autonome.
Dudayev agressivement les politiques nationalistes, anti-russes ont bientфt commencй а saper l'йconomie de Chechnya et, les observateurs Russes ont demandй, a transformй la rйgion dans le paradis d'un gangsters.
www.aeronautics.ru /chechnya/dudayevf.htm   (843 words)

  
 Dudayev's Death is No Solution
Dudayev, who made a career in the Soviet Air Force, was unfamiliar with Chechen political circles in 1991, when he first appeared on the scene.
Even those who took up arms under Dudayev and were willing to die to defend their national dignity still held the rebel leader responsible for the poor state to which their republic had fallen.
Dudayev could have agreed to an honorary status for Chechnya on condition of a direct agreement with Boris Yeltsin and reliable guarantees.
www.friends-partners.org /partners/spbweb/times/158-159/dudaevs.html   (898 words)

  
 Chechnya - Dzhokhar Dudayev
Dudayev delivered on his promise of a gazavat, or holy war, when Moscow invaded his tiny gangster kingdom.
Dudayev's men were led by Basayev, veterans of the war in Abkhazia, where they are mildly related and supportive of the 20-odd clans that are fighting the Russians there.
Dudayev's son was killed during the Russian assault on Grozny.
www.comebackalive.com /df/dplaces/chechnya/player4.htm   (360 words)

  
 ¥157/1/Front
The new president said that before Dudayev died he urged his men "not to quit the work begun and to see it through to the end," a reference to the drive for Chechen independence.
Dudayev's Moscow representative, Vagap Tutakov, had denied reports Tuesday of Dudayev's death, but Wednesday changed his position, saying Dudayev was certainly dead.
Dudayev's death was first reported Tuesday by Itar-Tass, which cited a statement from "the government of the Chechen Republic of Ichkeriy" delivered by Khozh-Akhmed Yarikhanov, the man who headed Dudayev's negotiating team at peace talks in 1995.
www.friends-partners.org /partners/spbweb/times/156-157/chechens.html   (760 words)

  
 Chechnya - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Dzhokhar Dudayev, leader of rebellion in the republic of Chechnya
Dudayev, Dzhokhar (1944-1996), leader of rebellion in the republic of Chechnya, which is part of Russia.
Groznyy, city in southern European Russia, capital of the Republic of Chechnya, located on the Sunzha River.
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 Obiturary. Zelimkhan Yandarbiyev. Poet and writer turned Chechen separatist politician :. People :. THE CHECHEN TIMES   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Yet, to Russian dismay, the former poet and children’s writer lived to fight another day, eventually meeting his death yesterday after his car exploded in the Gulf state of Qatar, where he was based as emissary and fund-raiser for the Chechen rebels and, Russia and the United States claimed, the movement’s link with al-Qaida.
In November 1990 he became a deputy chairman to the newly formed Chechen National Congress, which was led by Dudayev and which ousted the Soviet-era leadership.
Dudayev’s death in 1996 forced Yandarbiyev into the limelight, but as he was happy to leave military command to Maskhadov, the field commanders were happy to leave him in nominal political control.
www.chechentimes.org /en/people/?id=12652   (694 words)

  
 Wide Angle . Beslan: Siege of School #1 . Photo Essay: The Conflict in Chechnya | PBS
Dzhokhar Dudayev, a former general of the Soviet air force, was elected leader of the Chechen Republic in 1991, and quickly issued a unilateral declaration of independence from Russia.
Tensions between Dudayev and the Russian government led to war in 1994.
At right, standing behind Dudayev, is Dudayev's successor, Zelimkhan Yandarbiyev, who in 2004 was assassinated by a car bomb in Qatar, where he was trying to rouse Muslim support for the Chechen cause.
www.pbs.org /wnet/wideangle/shows/beslan/photo2.html   (154 words)

  
 Ten Years of Undeclared War
Was it the failed tank raid by Umar Avturkhanov, head of northern Chechnya and an opponent of President Dzhokhar Dudayev, with tanks driven Russian commissioned and warrant officers hired by the FSB?
The situation came to a head when President Boris Yeltsin promised to the autonomous republics "as much sovereignty as they can swallow." The rebellious Chechnya, officially led by a former Soviet general, Dzhokhar Dudayev, and de facto ruled by bandit chieftains, proved to be insatiable.
Dzhokhar Dudayev sent a telegram to General Deinekin: "Congratulations on winning air superiority.
nyjtimes.com /cover/12-07-04/TenYearsOfUndeclaredWar.htm   (908 words)

  
 dudayeno.htm in Business Recorder on August 03, 1995
If confirmed, Dudayev's approval would represent a breakthrough in the search for peace, reached Sunday after lengthy negotiations, troops from Chechnya and is considered a prelude to a political accord.
Dudayev relieved Imayev of his duties Monday for "betrayal of the interests of the people" of Chechnya, a day after Russian and Chechen negotiators had reached a military agreement after lengthy talks.
In hiding, Dudayev has not appeared publicly for months and it was unclear why he had approved the agreement after firing Imayev, who had signed on his behalf.
www.paksearch.com /br95/Aug/3/dudayeno.htm   (267 words)

  
 Washingtonpost.com: Russia Special Report
Dudayev's forces blockade them at the airport and Yeltsin pulls them out after three days.
It was not immediately clear whether the Russians had merely paused to await the talks and to give civilians a chance to flee the city ahead of a major assault or plan a long siege to wear down the Chechen forces and compel them to negotiate.
Chechen President Dzhokhar Dudayev, who has defied the Kremlin at every turn, declared that war had already begun.
www.washingtonpost.com /wp-srv/inatl/longterm/russiagov/stories/chechnya121294.htm   (1750 words)

  
 Moscow to Invoke «Hangman» to Punish Warsaw for Dudayev Square :. News :. THE CHECHEN TIMES   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
In response to Warsaw’s initiative to name a square in Warsaw after the slain Chechen separatist leader Dzhokhar Dudayev, Moscow authorities threatened to rename Klimashkin Street in Moscow where the embassy of Poland is situated after General Mikhail Muravyov, nicknamed the «hangman» for his ruthless suppression of the Polish uprising of 1863.
In comments for the paper Platonov said that Moscow would consider renaming Klimashkin Street in Moscow where the embassy of Poland is situated after General Mikhail Muravyov, nicknamed the «hangman» for his ruthless suppression of the Polish uprising of 1863.
The ministry said this decision insults the memory of the Russian people, terror victims in Moscow and other Russian cities, and virtually supports international terrorism «one of the adherents of which in the North Caucasus was the leader of the Chechen separatists and national extremists killed nine years ago».
www.chechentimes.org /en/news/?id=27484   (365 words)

  
 Pravda.RU:Ruslan Khasbulatov, former chairman of Russia’s Supreme Council: Who needs the war in ...
Dudayev and his followers, pseudo-revolutionaries who were “supporting” us started inveighing the party leadership for their approval of the State Committee for Emergency Situations and for their negative position towards “our Khasbulatov”.
It was the only time when I met Dzhokhar Dudayev, by the way he had a very miserable impression on me. He was not looking me in the eyes when I tried to catch his look and on the whole I had an impression of him like of a weak and nervous person.
Dzhokhar Dudayev swore he would submit to the instructions from the temporal Supreme Council.
newsfromrussia.com /main/2001/09/11/14831_.html   (2826 words)

  
 BBC News | Europe | 'Dual attack' killed president
Many questions remained unanswered about the death of Dzhokhar Dudayev, though it is believed he was killed during a rocket attack while making a satellite telephone call in a gully outside a Chechen village.
Yakovlev says that Dudayev was killed by a combination of a booby trap and rocket attack.
Once it was known that Dudayev was in the gully, the booby trap bomb was detonated and moments afterwards a rocket hit its target.
news.bbc.co.uk /2/hi/europe/325347.stm   (390 words)

  
 Prague Watchdog - Crisis in Chechnya - The war in Chechnya began 12 years ago
Dudayev’s units destroyed the opposition forces which entered the capital, annihilating some twenty units of armour and taking approximately the same number of tanks, whose crews were made up of officers of elite Russian divisions – the Taman and Kantemirov.
On December 6, a meeting took place in the settlement of Sleptsovskaya (on the territory of Ingushetia) between Dzhokhar Dudayev and Russia’s Minister of Defence, General Pavel Grachev.
Little more than a year after the beginning of the war, Dzhokhar Dudayev was killed as the result of an aerial rocket attack.
www.watchdog.cz /?show=000000-000005-000004-000135&lang=1   (834 words)

  
 The MOUT Homepage
Dzhokhar spoke with him by telephone and demanded that he withdraw Russian troops from Dagestan and open the border for movement in order to lift the blockade set up around us.
It was the beginning of the aggression that removed the problem of internal nonacceptance of Dudayev in a portion of the population.
Dzhokhar also assembled the people and said we had no modern equipment or modern weapons, but we had the will for independence and the courage, which awakened in 1991.
www.specialoperations.com /mout/chech.html   (3271 words)

  
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Russia has called Warsaw's decision to name a public square after first Chechen president Dudayev "an insult to the memory of victims of terrorist acts", RIA-Novosti reported.
Dzhokhar Dudayev was the first president of Chechnya.
Dudayev was killed in April 1996 in a special operation by Russian forces.
english.mn.ru /english/printver.php?2005-11-6   (133 words)

  
 Hinweis: Dzhokhar Dudayev   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Dudayev diente in einer schweren Bomber-Einheit der sowjetischen Luftstreitkrдfte in Sibirien und Ukraine.
Dudayev ging von der Luftstreitkrдfte in Mai 1990 in Pension und kam zu Grozny, das Chechen Kapital, um sich zu hiesiger Politik zu widmen, zurьck.
Dudayev wurde Chechen Prдsidenten in Oktober 1991 gewдhlt und einseitig wurde Chechnya Loslцsung vom russischen Verband erklдrt.
www.aeronautics.ru /chechnya/dudayevg.htm   (721 words)

  
 Pax Christi report on Chechnya (3/5)
President Dzhokhar Dudayev's negotiator, Khodzh-Akhmed Yarikhanov, denounced Zavgayev as a “puppet” of “the occupation regime”.
During his first public appearance as Prime Minister, Doku Zavgayev stated that the supporters of Dzhokhar Dudayev are no real force capable of seriously affecting the situation in the republic, which raises doubts about his political judgement, as well as his intention to find common ground with the separatists.
The legality of the regime of Dzhokhar Dudayev is greatly in doubt.
www.hartford-hwp.com /archives/63/191.html   (7435 words)

  
 Foreign Military Studies Office Publications - The Caucasus Conflict and Russian Security: The Russian Armed Forces ...
Dudayev's militants also blew up houses of local civilians to lead the world community to believe that Russian federal forces were committing atrocious crimes, according to refugees from the area.
Dudayev's forces had nearly demoralized the 19th Division, Kvashin noted, by sending radio messages that worked on the officers' minds by addressing them by name, telling them where their wives and children were, and what would happen to them in the event of an attack on Grozny.
Dudayev's chief of staff, Aslan Maskhadov, reportedly moved to northwest districts of Grozny, Dudayev moved to the southeastern district of the town (and replaced his bodyguard with Lithuanian mercenaries), and the Chechen headquarters moved to the opposite side of the Sunzha River.
fmso.leavenworth.army.mil /documents/chechpt3.htm   (18873 words)

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