Olga Ulianova, Russian-Chilean historian, Died at 53

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Olga Ulianova was born on February 23, 1963 and died on December 29, 2016.

She was Russian historian, born in the Soviet Union, nationalized Chilean.

Ulianova specialized in contemporary history, Cold War, communism Chilean and international movement, and the international non-state networks.

Olga Ulianova got a Master of Arts in History in the Lomonosov Moscow State University in 1985, and then a doctorate with mention in universal history in the same university, in 1988.

Ulianova was international affairs commentator on television, radio and the Chilean press.
Already at that time she devoted to studying Chilean social and political history.

Olga Ulianova worked as a translator of some communist Chilean leaders exiled.

Olga was married to a Chilean exiled and in 1992 she moved with him to live in Chile.

Olga Ulianova has a daughter with Chilean and Russian nationality.

She died at a clinic in Santiago de Chile due to cancer.

Olga Ulianova passed away at 53 years old.

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