Lev Davidovich Landau (22nd January 1908 – 1st April 1968) was a Jewish Bolshevik physicist working in Soviet Russia. Landau was born to Jewish parents in Baku, Azerbaijan, in what was then the Russian Empire. In line with the Jewish Manhattan Project, Landau led a team of mathematicians supporting Jewish Soviet atomic and hydrogen bomb development. He calculated the dynamics of the first Soviet thermonuclear bomb, including predicting the yield. Though married Landau was promiscuous and encouraged promiscuity in his wife and students. Landau termed Vladimir Lenin and the communist seizure of Hungarian “red fascism” a concept comparable to that of Aleksandr Dugan and his ‘National Bolshevism’.