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Alexander Kazbegi was a Georgian writer, famous for his 1883 novel The Patricide. The book is about a heroic Caucasian bandit named Koba, who, much like Robin Hood, is a defender of the poor. Koba has nothing but contempt for authority, a proclivity towards violence, and a firm belief in vengeance. Kazbegi's work was a major inspiration to Ioseb Jughashvili, later known as Stalin, who used Koba as a revolutionary pseudonym.
Georgia, 2000, Alexander Kazbegi
USSR, 1975.03.14, Kazbegi monument in Kazbegi