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Vera Aceva

1919 - 2006

Vera Aceva

Vera Aceva - Dosta (November 24, 1919 in Oreovec (Prilep) – November 10, 2006 in Skopje) was a Macedonian communist, participant in the World War II in Yugoslavia and a national hero. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Vera Aceva has received more than 6,475 page views. Her biography is available in 17 different languages on Wikipedia making her the 9,973rd most popular politician.

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Among POLITICIANS

Among POLITICIANS, Vera Aceva ranks 9,973 out of 14,801Before her are Rafael Núñez, Vitale I Michiel, Samuel Schmid, Élias Sarkis, Dirk VII, Count of Holland, and Alexander Miasnikian. After her are Nicaea of Macedon, Hamad bin Thuwaini of Zanzibar, José Miguel Gómez, Victoria Woodhull, Kurt Hahn, and Nedjemibre.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1919, Vera Aceva ranks 144Before her are Gert Fredriksson, Robert Stack, Paavo Aaltonen, Maria Lassnig, Lawrence Tierney, and Kathleen Freeman. After her are Arthur Cronquist, Igor Gouzenko, Roman Vlad, Pál Losonczi, Maurice Boitel, and Julia Robinson. Among people deceased in 2006, Vera Aceva ranks 159Before her are Ghulam Ishaq Khan, June Allyson, W. Montgomery Watt, Vilgot Sjöman, Tadao Onishi, and Gennadiy Aygi. After her are Daniel Schmid, Red Auerbach, Anthony Franciosa, Ahmet Ertegun, Caspar Weinberger, and Rainer Barzel.

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In North Macedonia

Among people born in North Macedonia, Vera Aceva ranks 20 out of 57Before her are Patrona Halil (1690), Presian (997), Kaliopi (1966), Yahya Kemal Beyatlı (1884), Blaže Koneski (1921), and Kočo Racin (1908). After her are Nikola Gruevski (1970), Toše Proeski (1981), Zoran Zaev (null), Goran Pandev (1983), Gjorgji Abadžiev (1910), and Boban Babunski (1968).