Kamo

(from the article `Armenia`) ...resulting from economic growth, particularly from the country`s industrialization. Before the Russian Revolution, Armenia`s four cities—Erevan ...
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Kamo

(from the article `Kyto`) ...especially came to figure prominently between the 11th and 16th centuries, when warrior-monks from its Tendai Buddhist monastery complex ...
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Kamo

[Bolshevik] Kamo, real name Semeno Arshakovitch Ter-Petrossian (27 May 1882{ref label|Note 1|a|a} – 14 July 1922), was an Armenian Bolshevik revolutionary from Georgia, and an early companion to Soviet leader Joseph Stalin. From 1903–1912, Kamo, a master of disguise, carried out a number of militant operations on behalf of the Bolshevik...
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