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Date of birth27 May 1882
Date of death14 July 1922
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  • Russian Social Democratic Labour Party (bolshevik)
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Kamo (es); Kamo (fr); Ter-Petrosi︠a︡n, Semen, (ca); Kamo (de); Կամո (hy); 卡莫 (zh); კამო (ka); カモ (ja); Камо (ru); Petrosi︠a︡n, Simon Arshakovich Ter-, (ceb); Simon Ter-Petrosjan (pl); קאמו (he); Kamo (nl); Kamo (Bolshevik) (id); Kamo (eo); Simon Ter-Petrosjan (fi); 카모 (ko); Kamo (en); كامو (سياسي) (ar); Simon Ter-Petrosjan (cs); کامو (fa) Russian revolutionary (en); russischer Revolutionär und Politiker georgischer Abstammung (de); politicus uit Georgië (1882-1922) (nl) Тер-Петросян, Семен Аршакович, Тер-Петросян, Симон Аршакович, Симон Тер-Петросян, Тер-Петросян, Семён Аршакович, Симон Аршакович Тер-Петросян, Семен Тер-Петросян, Тер-Петросян Семен Аршакович, Тер-Петросян Симон Аршакович (ru); Tovarish Kamo (de); Kamo (fi); Simon Arshaki Ter-Petrosian (en); סימון ארשקוביץ' טר-פטרוסיאן, סימון ארשאקוביץ' טר-פטרוסיאן (he); Kamo (cs); სიმონ ტერ-პეტროსიანი (ka)
English: Kamo, real name Simon Ter-Petrossian (1882-1922) was a Georgian Bolshevik of Armenian descent, an early companion to Stalin. Kamo, a master of disguise, is most famous for his role in the robbery that took place on June 12, 1907 in Erivan Square (currently Freedom Square) in Tbilisi, the purpose of which was to raise funds for the Bolshevik cause.

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