Malva Landa

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Malva Noyevna Landa (Russian: Ма́льва Но́евна Ла́нда; 4 August 1918 – 3 July 2019) was a Ukrainian-born Russian geologist and human rights activist. She wrote many books about the human rights movement in the Soviet Union. She was a member of the Moscow Helsinki Group from 1976 until her death. She was awarded the Order of the Cross of Vytis (Lithuania, January 8, 2003).[1] Landa was born in Odessa, Ukrainian State.

Landa died on 3 July 2019 in Haifa, Israel at the age of 100.[2]

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