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Ehrenburg, Ilya Line breaks: Ilya Ehr¦en|burg
Pronunciation: /ˈɛːrənbəːɡ/

Definition of Ehrenburg, Ilya in English:

( 1891–1967), Russian novelist and journalist; full name Ilya Grigorevich Ehrenburg. He became famous during the Second World War for his anti-German propaganda in Pravda and Red Star. His novels include The Thaw (1954), a work criticizing Stalinism.

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