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He was reported as killed after being shot with a [[Barrett .50 Cal|.]]50 BMG round fired by a [[One Shot, One Kill|British sniper team]]'s [[Barrett .50cal|M82]], but later resurfaced, with only the loss of his left arm, to head the Ultranationalist Party during the [[Second Russian Civil War]]. His son, [[Victor Zakhaev]], was the field commander of the Ultranationalist forces and took orders directly from Imran. After [[The Sins of the Father|Victor's suicide]] and the [[Game Over|death of Imran]] at the hands of [[John "Soap" MacTavish]], the Ultranationalists were left leaderless.
 
He was reported as killed after being shot with a [[Barrett .50 Cal|.]]50 BMG round fired by a [[One Shot, One Kill|British sniper team]]'s [[Barrett .50cal|M82]], but later resurfaced, with only the loss of his left arm, to head the Ultranationalist Party during the [[Second Russian Civil War]]. His son, [[Victor Zakhaev]], was the field commander of the Ultranationalist forces and took orders directly from Imran. After [[The Sins of the Father|Victor's suicide]] and the [[Game Over|death of Imran]] at the hands of [[John "Soap" MacTavish]], the Ultranationalists were left leaderless.
   
Before and during the events of ''Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2'', the Ultranationalist Party encountered a split, with those loyal to the extremist [[Vladimir Makarov]] separating themselves from those who were loyal to the moderate president, [[Boris Vorshevsky]]. Due to his extreme tactics, Makarov was pushed out of the inner circle of the party. For the most part, he is unaffiliated with the Ultranationalists politically though it seems he has taken control of some of the military forces and extended some of the Party's activities more towards terrorism. Prior to his excommunication from the Party, Makarov had some influence in the government, as shown by clippings found in his [[Loose Ends|safehouse]]; he directed blame for the death of the now-hailed Zakhaev on [[Bravo Team]], including the incarcerated [[John Price]].
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Before and during the events of ''Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2'', the Ultranationalist Party encountered a split, with those loyal to the extremist [[Vladimir Makarov]] separating themselves from those whom were loyal to the moderate president, [[Boris Vorshevsky]]. Due to his extreme tactics, Makarov was pushed out of the inner circle of the party. For the most part, he is unaffiliated with the Ultranationalists politically though it seems he has taken control of some of the military forces and extended some of the Party's activities more towards terrorism. Prior to his excommunication from the Party, Makarov had some influence in the government, as shown by clippings found in his [[Loose Ends|safehouse]]; he directed blame for the death of the now-hailed Zakhaev on [[Bravo Team]], including the incarcerated [[John Price]].
   
 
After the war on America was halted, Makarov went underground to form a new offensive against the West, which would later erupt into [[World War III]]. On route to Hamburg, [[Germany]] to sign a peace treaty with NATO delegates, Vorshevsky was kidnapped by Makarov's [[Inner Circle]], where he would be brutally interrogated by Makarov himself in the hopes of obtaining the launch codes for Russia's nuclear arsenal. In Vorshevsky's absence, Makarov became the de facto leader of the Ultranationalists. He coordinated the chemical attacks on various parts of Europe with help from the [[Africa Militia]] and his third-in-command, [[Volk]].
 
After the war on America was halted, Makarov went underground to form a new offensive against the West, which would later erupt into [[World War III]]. On route to Hamburg, [[Germany]] to sign a peace treaty with NATO delegates, Vorshevsky was kidnapped by Makarov's [[Inner Circle]], where he would be brutally interrogated by Makarov himself in the hopes of obtaining the launch codes for Russia's nuclear arsenal. In Vorshevsky's absence, Makarov became the de facto leader of the Ultranationalists. He coordinated the chemical attacks on various parts of Europe with help from the [[Africa Militia]] and his third-in-command, [[Volk]].
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