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Aleksandr Shtein (1906–1993)

Aleksandr Shtein (sometimes spelled Shteyn) was born Aleksandr Petrovich Rubinstein, in 1906, in Samarkand, Russian Empire (now Samarkand, Uzbekistan). His father, Petr Rubinstein, was a Russian Jew who became Lutheran to marry his mother. As a teenager, Aleksandr Shtein became involved in Soviet Special Forces in Central Asia stationed in Bukhara... See full bio »

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Sud chesti
Sud chesti Writer
(1949)
Podvodnaya lodka T-9
(1943)
This Is the Enemy
(1942)
Morskoy batalion
(1946)

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 1974 Okean (play) / (screenplay)
 1958 Prolog
 1953 Attack from the Sea (writer)
 1953 Admiral Ushakov (writer)
 1949 Sud chesti (writer)
 1943 Podvodnaya lodka T-9 (writer)
 1942 This Is the Enemy (segment "One of Many/Air Raid")
 1941 Boyevoy kinosbornik 2 (segment "One of Many/Air Raid")
 1938 Men of the Sea (writer)
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