• Vladislav Vančura

    Vladislav Vančura

    Vladislav Vančura (Czech pronunciation: [ˈvlaɟɪslaf ˈvantʃura]) (23 June 1891, in Háj near Opava – 1 June 1942, in Prague ) was an important Bohemian (Czech ) writer active in the 20th century, who was killed by the Nazis. He was also active as a film director, playwright and screenwriter.

  • Vladislav


    Vladislav (Belarusian: Уладзіслаў (Uladzislaŭ, Uładzisłaŭ); Polish: Władysław, Włodzisław; Russian, Bulgarian, Macedonian, Serbian, Ukrainian: Владислав ) is a male given name of Slavic origin. Variations include Volodislav, Vlastislav, Vlaslav. In the Czech Republic and Slovakia the name is often spelled Ladislav . Outside of the Slavic countries it is sometimes Latinized as either Vladislaus or Vladislas. Spanish forms include Ladislao and Uladislao. The Hungarian form is László .

  • Vladislav Artemiev

    Vladislav Artemiev

    Vladislav Mikhailovich Artemiev (Russian: Владисла́в Миха́йлович Арте́мьев; born 5 March 1998) is a Russian chess player and a chess prodigy. He was awarded the title of Grandmaster in 2014. Artemiev is the current European champion.

  • Vladislav Krasnov

    Vladislav Krasnov (Russian: Владислав Георгиевич Краснов, Vladislav Georgievich Krasnov; born February 24, 1937) is a Russian and American scholar and writer. While his scholarly works were published with his name spelled as Vladislav Krasnov, his social and political commentary appears under the name W. George Krasnow.

  • Vladislav Misyak

    Vladislav Misyak (Bulgarian: Владислав Мисяк; born 15 July 1995 in Kyustendil ) is a Bulgarian footballer currently playing as a winger for Montana.

  • Vladislav Tretiak

    Vladislav Tretiak

    For years, Vladislav Tretiak was the Soviet league's First Team All-Star goalie, spending 14 consecutive seasons as the number one man. During this amazing string, Tretiak won 13 league titles, captured the MVP honours in the Soviet league five times, was awarded the Order of Lenin for his service to the USSR in 1978 and won the coveted Golden Hockey Stick as the outstanding player in all of Europe in 1981, 1982 and 1983.

  • Vladislav Titelbah

    Vladislav Titelbah (Serbian Cyrillic: Владислав Тителбах; 1847–1925) was a Czech-born Serbian painter. In his aquarelles and drawings, he depicted rural interiors, persons, and scenes. He also copied Serbian folk embroidery and other products of folk art from Serbia. He made around 1,000 works.

  • Vladislav Makarkin

    Vladislav Vladislavovich Makarkin (Russian: Владислав Владиславович Макаркин; born 30 May 1989) is a former Russian professional football player.

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