My mother, Alevtina Aleksandrovna Olicheva (1934-1977), was born in Lobnevo village of the Tver region of Russia on February 25, 1934. She was a school teacher of Russian language and literature. She died in an accident when I was 5 years old.
Currently, my book Nonconservative Stability Problems of Modern Physics is held by >1140 libraries worldwide, including MIT, Cornell, Oxford, NYU, Princeton, Columbia, Berkeley, and many other universities and state libraries.
Particularly, I am proud that my home country acquired it for the
Russian State Library in Moscow: