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Iaroslavtsev, Nicholas

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Nicholas Iaroslavtsev was born and raised in rural Poulsbo, WA. Son of a direct immigrant from the USSR, his dad taught him to appreciate the history of humanity, especially during the Cold War era. This, coupled with the aid of his high school AP US history teacher Stephen Pagaard, has gifted him with a deep interest in the study of history. Nicholas is currently an undergraduate at the University of Washington, Seattle, and is an intended engineering major. While not his primary field of study, history has always been something that has fascinated him.
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