Military Engineering-Technical University

St. Petersburg, Russia

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  • Military Engineering-Technical University

    Established: 1810 St. Petersburg

    In Soviet times this was named the "Leningrad Nikolaevsky Military Engineering Technical Institute of the Armed Forces of the USSR". Nikolaevsky Military Engineering-Technical Institute of the Armed Forces, now the Military Engineering-Technical University  is inSaint Petersburg located ...

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