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  latvian ssr - Article and Reference from OnPedia.com
The Latvian SSR was a Soviet Republic, and a constituent part of the Soviet Union between 1940 and 1991.
The Latvian SSR was restored in the autumn of 1944 after Soviet Army assumed control over most of its territory thus annexing Latvia for the second time.
The Latvian SSR, along with the other Baltic Soviet Republics was allowed greater autonomy in the late 1980s, and in 1988 the old pre-war Flag of Latvia was allowed to be used, and replaced the Soviet Latvian flag as the official flag in 1990.
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 Armenian SSR
Armenian Army General Hovhannes Bagramyan (later on a Marshal of the Soviet Union) was the first non-Slavic commander to hold the position of front commander as when he was assigned to be the commander of the First Baltic Front in 1943.
Armenians living in countries such as Cyprus, France, Greece, Iraq, Lebanon, and Syria were primarily the survivors or the descendants of the Genocide and were presented the option of having the expenses paid by the Soviet government for their trip back to Armenia.
Armenians in the region of Nagorno-Karabakh, which was promised to Armenia by the Bolsheviks but transferred to the Azerbaijan SSR by Stalin, began a peaceful, democratic movement to unite the area with Armenia.
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 Armenian SSR:
Armenian Army General Hovhannes Bagramyan (later on a Marshal of the Soviet Union) was the first non-Slavic commander to hold the position of front commander as when he was assigned to be the commander of the First Baltic Front in 1943.
Armenians living in countries such as Cyprus, France, Greece, Iraq, Lebanon, and Syria were primarily the survivors or the descendants of the Genocide and were presented the option of having the expenses paid by the Soviet government for their trip back to Armenia.
The majority Armenian population in the area claimed to be fearful of the "forced Azerification" of the region.
www.winelib.com /wiki/Armenian_SSR   (3042 words)

  
 Anthem of Byelorussian SSR - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
The State Anthem of the Byelorussian SSR (Belarusian: Дзяржаўны гімн Беларускай Савецкай Сацыялiстычнай Рэспублiкi was the national anthem of Belarus when it was a republic of the Soviet Union and known as the Byelorussian SSR.
The anthem was used from 1955 to 1991.
The melody is used in the current national anthem of Belarus, with different lyrics.
www.arikah.com /encyclopedia/Anthem_of_Byelorussian_SSR   (188 words)

  
 Armenian SSR at AllExperts
It should also be noted that Armenians of the Soviet 89th "Tamanyan" Division fought in grueling battles against the German Wehrmacht in the Battle of the Caucasus, the Battle of the Crimea, the Battle of the Baltic, the Vistula-Oder Offensive, and the Battle of Berlin.
Armenians in the region of Nagorno-Karabakh, which was promised to Armenia by the Bolsheviks and transferred to the Azerbaijan SSR by Stalin, began a peaceful, democratic movement to unite the area with Armenia.
On February 20, 1988, Armenian deputies to the National Council of Nagorno-Karabakh voted to unify that region with Armenia.
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 Azerbaijan SSR at AllExperts
The constitution of the Azerbaijan SSR was approved by the 9th Extraordinary All-Azeri Congress of Soviets on March 14, 1937.
The Azerbaijan SSR was established in April 1920 after the invasion by Russian Soviet forces and the surrender of the government of Azerbaijan Democratic Republic to local communists under the leadership of Mirza Davud and Nariman Narimanov.
In June the forces of Azerbaijan SSR together with the Russian Red Army and limited Turkish assistance staged a combined assault on Armenian-held territory in western Azerbaijan and successfully recovered all territories which Azerbaiajan previously lost to Armenia during the Azeri-Armenian war of 1918-1919.
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 Australian Information from Wikipedia
Since the Armenian government does not specify the shade of red, blue, and orange to be used on the flag, two different versions are in common use.
The flag of the DRA had a ratio of 2:3, but on August 24, 1990, when the Armenian Supreme Council adopted the flag of the Republic of Armenia, the ratio of the flag was changed to 1:2.
These initials, in Western Armenian, stand for "Haygagan Khorhurtayin Sodzialistakan Hanrabedutyun" or the "Armenian Soviet Socialist Republic." In the 1940s, the flag was altered to use the Eastern Armenian language spoken in the Republic.
www.thinkingaustralia.com /thinking_australia/wikipedia/default.php?title=Flag_of_Armenia   (1678 words)

  
 Anthem of Armenian SSR - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
The State Anthem of the Armenian SSR was the national anthem of Armenia when it was a republic of the Soviet Union and known as the Armenian SSR.
The anthem was used from 1944 to 1991.
Anthem of Armenian SSR, Background, Armenian lyrics, Latin transliteration, English translation, External links, Anthems of the Soviet Republics and Armenian music.
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 Anthem of armenian ssr - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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 U. S. S. R. 1944-1992 - nationalanthems.info
In 1936 Stalin decided a change in national anthem was needed, believing the lyrics of the "Internationale" spoke of work that was yet to be done by the workers of the world; Stalin, however, believed that the worker's ultimate goal has been achieved.
Alexandrov's melody was already in use as the anthem of the Bolshevik party, and Stalin perhaps had in mind to use this melody as the anthem, holding the contest so that lyrics could be written that matched the tune.
After the death of Stalin in 1953 (as his name appeared in the lyrics of the anthem at the time), it was proposed to create a new anthem for the nation, but this never came about.
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 Quaest.io on Armenian Ssr
After suffering numerous casualties under Ottoman rule with the Armenian Genocide and the subsequent Turkish-Armenian War, the historic Armenian area in the Ottoman Empire was overrun with despair and devastation.
From March 12 1922 to December 5 1936 it was part of the Transcaucasian SFSR together with the Georgian SSR and the Azerbaijan SSR.
Many Armenians also rose to prominence during this era including one of Khruschev's advisers and close friends, politician Anastas Mikoyan, who was the older brother of the designer and co-founder of the Soviet MiG fighter jet company, Artem Mikoyan.
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 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Kirghiz SSR   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Flag of the Kirghiz Soviet Socialist Republic This flag was adopted by the Kirghiz SSR on December 22, 1952.
The Anthem of the Kirghiz SSR was the national anthem of Kyrgyzstan when it was an union republic in the USSR, used from 1946 to 1992.
Russian SFSR - Ukrainian SSR - Byelorussian SSR - Uzbek SSR - Kazakh SSR - Georgian SSR - Azerbaijan SSR - Lithuanian SSR - Moldavian SSR - Latvian SSR - Kyrgyz SSR - Tajik SSR - Armenian SSR - Turkmen SSR - Estonian SSR
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 Armenian SSR   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
With the induction into the Soviet Union, Armenians, along with Russians, Ukrainians, Belorussians, Georgians, Germans, and Jews were judged as "advanced" peoples whereas the rest of the nationalities were deemed culturally backward.
Many Armenians served in the war, including Soviet 89th "Tamanyan" Division fought in grueling battles participated in fighting against the German Wehrmacht on various fronts, with many attaining the highest rank of Hero of the Soviet Union.
Many Armenians also rose to prominence during this era including one of Khruschev's friend, Mikoyan, who was the older brother of the designer and co-founder of the Soviet MiG fighter jet company, Artem Mikoyan.
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 Declaration of Independence
Based on the December 1, 1989, joint decision of the Armenian SSR Supreme Council and the Artsakh National Council on the "Reunification of the Armenian SSR and the Mountainous Region of Karabakh;"
The Armenian SSR is renamed the Republic of Armenia (Armenia).
The bearer of the Armenian statehood is the people of the Republic of Armenia, which exercises the authority directly and through its representative bodies on the basis of the constitution and laws of the Republic of Armenia.
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 Wikipedia: Byelorussian SSR - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Byelorussian SSR (Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republic; Belarusian: Беларуская Савецкая Сацыялістычная Рэспубліка; Russian: Белору́сская Сове́тская Социалисти́ческая Респу́блика; abreviated БССР, BSSR) was one of the four original founding members of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics in 1922, together with the Ukrainian SSR, the Transcaucasian SFSR and the Russian SFSR.
After the Polish-Soviet War ended in 1921, Byelorussian lands were split between Poland and the recreated Byelorussian SSR, which became a founding member of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics in 1922.
After World War II, the Byelorussian SSR was given a seat in the United Nations General Assembly together with the Soviet Union and Ukrainian SSR, becoming one of the founding members of the UN.
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 Armenia Travel Agencies, ASFA Members, travel agents for cheap airline tickets and discount air fares
Armenia (Armenian: Հայաստան, Hayastan, Հայք, Hayq), officially the Republic of Armenia, is a landlocked mountainous country in the Southern Caucasus (Transcaucasus), bordered by Turkey to the west, Georgia to the north, Azerbaijan to the east, and Iran and the Nakhichevan exclave of Azerbaijan to the south.
The original Armenian name for the country was Hayq, later Hayastan, translated as the land of Haik, and consisting of the name Haik and the Persian suffix '-stan' (land).
Mount Ararat, regarded by the Armenians as a symbol of their land, is the highest mountain in the region and used to be part of Armenia until around 1915, when it fell to the Turks.
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 NKR Office in Washington, DC
The joint session of the Supreme Soviet of the Armenian SSR and the National Soviet of NKAO unanimously adopt a resolution on re-unification of Armenia and Nagorno Karabakh.
The Supreme Soviet of the Azerbaijan SSR passes a resolution unifying the Armenian-populated Shahoumian region with the Kasum-Ismailov region of Azerbaijan, creating the new, Geranboy region.
A meeting between Vazgen I, the Catholicos of All Armenians, and Allakhshukur Pashazadeh, the Head of the Ecclesiastic Administration of the Caucasus Muslims, convenes in Moscow with the assistance of the Russian Orthodox Church.
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 Amazon.ca: National Anthems of the USSR and Union Republics [Import] [Compilation]: Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
All of the former SSRs (Soviet Socialist Republics) are represented, along with the famous USSR anthem which was banished for a time under Boris Yeltsin but now (with new lyrics) lives again as the anthem of the Russian Federation.
The Latvian anthem, in fact, is unique in this collection because it is the only one in which (without knowing the words) it is difficult to imagine that you are striding confidentially into the future in unity with the Party of Lenin following the heroic example of the Great October.
In contrast, the anthems of the Soviet Central Asian Republics are close in musical spirit to the score of any of Cecil B. DeMille's blockbuster Hollywood costume dramas.
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 Top20Armenia.com - Your Top20 Guide to Armenia!
The Republic of Armenia, or Armenia (Armenian: Հայաստան, Hayastan, Հայք, Hayq), is a landlocked country in the southern Caucasus, between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea, bordered by Turkey to the west, Georgia to the north, Azerbaijan to the east and Iran (Persia) and the Nakhichevan exclave of Azerbaijan to the south.
During the final years of the Ottoman Empire (1915-1922), a large proportion of Armenians living in Anatolia perished as a result of what is termed the Armenian Genocide, regarded by Armenians and many Western historians to have been state-sponsored mass killings.
Over 95% of Armenian Christians belong to the Armenian Apostolic Church, a form of Oriental (Non-Chalcedonian) Orthodoxy, which is a very ritualistic, conservative church, roughly comparable to the Coptic and Syrian churches.
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 Where can I find Ssr? Answer: Automotive Parts and Accessories   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
National Anthems of the USSR and Union Republics -...
The Soviet Anthem was the Internationale from 1917-1944 and the Hymn of the Soviet Union from 1944-1991.
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 Moldavian SSR - Psychology Central
The date of the transformation of Moldavian ASSR into Moldavian SSR and its split from the Ukrainian SSR to become a separate republic of the USSR was August 2 1940.
The USSR government encouraged the developing of a "Moldavian culture", said to be distinct from the Romanian one, as well as a Moldavian language, which was claimed to be different from Romanian (although even some Soviet linguists disagreed with this).
Russian SFSR - Ukrainian SSR - Byelorussian SSR - Uzbek SSR - Kazakh SSR - Georgian SSR - Azerbaijan SSR - Lithuanian SSR - Moldavian SSR - Latvian SSR - Kyrgyz SSR - Tajik SSR - Armenian SSR - Turkmen SSR - Estonian SSR
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 Azerbaijan
Although, formally an independent state, the Azerbaijan SSR was dependent upon and controlled by the government in Moscow.
World War II During the 1940s, the Azerbaijan SSR supplied much of the Soviet Union's gas and oil during the war with Nazi Germany and was thus a strategically important region.
Armenians expelled hundreds of thousands of Azeris from Karabakh and Armenia by March 1988, while pogroms of the Armenian population in Baku and Sumgait took place.
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 Azerbaijan Did You Mean azerbaijan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
The country?s large Armenian population mostly fled to Armenia and to other countries with the beginning of the Armenian-Azeri conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh.
Other religions or philosophical beliefs that are followed by many in the country are the Sunni and Sufi sects of Islam, the Armenian Apostolic Church, the Russian Orthodox Church, and various secular beliefs (many of which are left over from the Soviet era of less tolerance for spirituality).
The official language of Azerbaijan is Azerbaijani, a member of the Oguz subdivision of the Turkic language family, and is spoken by around 95% of the republic?s population, as well as about a third of the population of Iran.
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 Armenia Diaspora Conference Official Site
The Armenian SSR is renamed as the Republic of Armenia, Armenia for short.
Armenians living abroad are entitled to the citizenship of the Republic of Armenia.
The Republic of Armenia provides for the use of Armenian as a State language in all spheres of life in the Republic, and sets up its own, independent systems of education, science and culture.
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 The Ultimate Republics of the Soviet Union - American History Information Guide and Reference
General practice in the republics outside of Russia was that the head of state in a republic was a local official while the party general secretary was from outside the republic.
Each republic had the a full set of states symbols: a flag, a coat of arms, and, with the exception of Russia, an anthem.
The Karelo-Finnish SSR existed between March 31, 1940, and July 16, 1956.
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 USSR : Encyclopedia Entry
The Soviet Union became the primary model for future Communist states during the Cold War; the government and the political organization of the country were defined by the only permitted political party, the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.
On December 29, 1922 the Russian SFSR, the Transcaucasian SFSR, the Byelorussian SSR and the Ukrainian SSR signed a Treaty of Creation of the USSR forming the Soviet Union by a conference of the representatives, which was confirmed on December 30, 1922 by the 1st Congress of Soviets of the USSR.
One republic, Karelo-Finnish SSR, was disbanded in 1956, and the territory formally became the Karelian Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic (ASSR) within the Russian SFSR.
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 Anthems of 15 Union republics
The music of the anthem of Kazakh SSR was used, with a new lyrics, as the anthem of Kazakhstan until January 2006.
The current anthem of Azerbaijan and the anthem of Azerbaijan SSR are by the same composer Uzeyir Hajibeyov.
The anthem of Turkmen SSR was used in the independent Turkmenistan until 1997, with unchanged lyrics.
www.hymn.ru /15-union-republics/index-en.html   (1555 words)

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