Grigol Robakidze (Georgian: გრიგოლ რობაქიძე) (October 28, 1880, (West Georgia) – November 19, 1962, Geneva) was a Georgian writer, publicist, and public figure primarily known for his prose and anti-Soviet émigré activities.

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  • Grigol Robakidze (Georgian: გრიგოლ რობაქიძე) (October 28, 1880, (West Georgia) – November 19, 1962, Geneva) was a Georgian writer, publicist, and public figure primarily known for his prose and anti-Soviet émigré activities. (en)
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  • Grigol Robakidze (Georgian: გრიგოლ რობაქიძე) (October 28, 1880, (West Georgia) – November 19, 1962, Geneva) was a Georgian writer, publicist, and public figure primarily known for his prose and anti-Soviet émigré activities. (en)
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