Limonov, a Russian writer and politician who shot Karadzic with Sarajevo, has died



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Limonov, a Russian writer and politician who shot Karadzic with Sarajevo, has died



EDUARD LIMONOV, a Russian writer, dissident in the Soviet Union, leader of the opposition Second Russia movement and a devotee of the politics of Radovan Karadzic and Slobodan Milosevic in the 1990s, died at the age of 77 in Moscow, Interfax reported today.

The Russian writer, striking for his goat beard, has spent part of his life in the US and France. His most famous literary work is the novel This is Me, an Edicka, about a Russian immigrant in New York. Interfax has announced that the cause of his death is unknown at this time.



In 1992, Limonov fired from Pale to Sarajevo

Limonov, a supporter of Greater Serbian politics, in 1992, accompanied by Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic, fired Pale from a machine gun at the besieged Sarajevo. Before that, he was in occupied Erdut, as a friend of Zeljko Raznjatovic Arkan, and visited Vukovar shortly after the fall.

Limonov was the leader and co-founder of the banned Nacional Bolshevik Party, which combined radical Russian nationalism and Bolshevism.

Limonov, a Russian writer and politician who shot Karadzic with Sarajevo, has died

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