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  Moldavian SSR - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The Moldavian SSR (Moldovan Cyrillic: Република Советикэ Сочиалистэ Молдовеняскэ;, Romanian: Republica Sovietică Socialistă Moldovenească, Russian: Молда́вская Сове́тская Социалисти́ческая Респу́блика) was a constituent republic of the Soviet Union from 1940 to 1941 and from 1945 to 1990.
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 the Soviet linguists disagreed with this).
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 National Anthems of the USSR and Union Republics - One Language   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The anthem of the Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic was the same as that of the Union: the Internationale from 1917 to 1944 and the Hymn of the Soviet Union from 1944 to 1991.
Georgian SSR - Anthem of the Georgian SSR
Lithuanian SSR - Anthem of the Lithuanian SSR
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 NationMaster.com - Search Results   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Revolution, the region was organised as the 'Moldavian Autonomous Oblast' in the Ukrainian SSR.
Flag of the Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic This flag was adopted by the Moldavian SSR on January 31, 1952.
The Anthem of the Moldavian SSR was the national anthem of Moldova...
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 Clinton Goveas :: Wikipedia Reference
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.
Established by four Soviet Socialist Republics, the USSR grew to contain 15 constituent or union republics by 1956: Armenian SSR, Azerbaijan SSR, Byelorussian SSR, Estonian SSR, Georgian SSR, Kazakh SSR, Kyrgyz SSR, Latvian SSR, Lithuanian SSR, Moldavian SSR, Russian SFSR, Tajik SSR, Turkmen SSR, Ukrainian SSR, and Uzbek SSR.
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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 Byelorussian SSR   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
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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 Amazon.ca: National Anthems of the USSR and Union Republics: Music: Aleksandr Vasil’yevich Aleksandrov,A/ Tychina, P./ ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
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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In 1930, the Uzbek SSR capital was relocated from Samarkand to Tashkent.
In 1936, the Uzbek SSR was enlarged with the addition of the Karakalpak ASSR taken from the Kazakh SSR.
On 1 September 1991, the Uzbek SSR was renamed into Republic of Uzbekistan, formally remaining a part of the Soviet Union until December 26, 1991.
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 Turkmen SSR
The Turkmen SSR (Turkmen: Türkmienistan Soviet Socialistik Riespublikasy) was a constituent republic of the Soviet Union until 1991 when it declared independence as Turkmenistan.
On May 13, 1925 it was transformed into Turkmen SSR and became a separate republic of the USSR.
The Communist Party of the Turkmen SSR was the ruling communist party of the Turkmen SSR, and a part of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.
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 USSR
Anthems: The Internationale (1922-1944) / Hymn of the Soviet Union (1944-1991)
At that time, republics were technically independent from one another but their governments acted in closely coordinated confederation, as directed by the CPSU leadership.
One republic, Karelo-Finnish SSR, was disbanded in 1956.
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 Soviet Union
In its final years it consisted of 15 Soviet Socialist Republics (SSRs).
Russia was by far the largest Republic in the Soviet Union in terms of both land area and population, and also dominated it politically and economically.
Three of these in particular shared some common history and were referred to as the Baltic Republics.
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 Moldova   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The second is the Moldavian national flag which bears the signatures of the personalities who took part to the proclamation of the Republic (27 August 1991).
This could not disguise the fact that the Moldavians are essentially Romanian, and although Moldova's initially expressed aspiration of union with Romania is now much more muted, the Moldovan flag is basically that of Romania with the addition of the national coat of arms on the yellow stripe.
Article 203/2 of the Penal Code of Moldavia says that desecration of national symbols of the Moldavian state or other states by people having official positions shall be punished by destitution, 3 to 7 years in jail or a fine equivalent to 80 average salaries.
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 National anthems of the USSR and Union Republics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic had no anthem, and used exclusively that of the Union: the Internationale from 1917 to 1944 and the Hymn of the Soviet Union from 1944 to 1991.
Unlike most national anthems, few of which were composed by renowned composers, the state anthems were composed by some of best Soviet composers, including world-renowned Gustav Ernesaks (Estonia), Aram Khatchaturian (Armenia), Otar Taktakishvili (Georgia) and Uzeyir Hajibeyov (Azerbaijan).
The Anthem of the Karelo-Finnish SSR was used for the Karelo-Finnish SSR before it was demoted to an ASSR within the Russian SFSR.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/National_Anthems_of_the_USSR_and_Union_Republics   (417 words)

  
 Estonian SSR - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The Estonian SSR was formally annexed into the Soviet Union (USSR) on August 6, 1940, when it nominally became the 16th constituent "republic" of the USSR.
The leadership of the 'Estonian SSR' renamed the state the 'Republic of Estonia' again on May 8, 1990.
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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 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   (1449 words)

  
 Amazon.com: National Anthems of the USSR and Union Republics: Music: Aleksandr Aleksandrov,M. Burkhanov,Balys ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The National Anthem Of The USSR - The Choir And Symphony Orchestra Of The State Academic Bolshoi Theatre Of The USSR/Yu.
The National Anthem Of The Ukrnian SSR - The Choir And Orchestra Of The Shevchenko State Academic Theatre Of Opera And Ballet/S. Turchak
The National Anthem Of The Tajik SSR - The Choir Of The Aini State Theatre Of Opera And Ballet Of The Tajik SSR
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 Moldavian SSR
The Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic (Moldovan Cyrillic: Република Советикэ Сочиалистэ Молдовеняскэ, Romanian: Republica Sovietică Socialistă Moldovenească, Russian: Молда́вская Сове́тская Социалисти́ческая Респу́блика) was a constituent republic of the Soviet Union from 1940 to 1941 and from 1945 to 1991.
Previously, on October 12, 1924 the Soviet Union set up an autonomous Moldavian ASSR as a part of the Ukrainian SSR between Dniester and Bug rivers.
Although it was the most densely populated republic of the USSR, the Moldavian SSR was meant to be specialized in agriculture
www.danceage.com /biography/sdmc_MSSR   (519 words)

  
 Anthem of Moldavian SSR - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The State Anthem of the Moldavian SSR (Moldavian: Cyrillic Имнул де Стат ал РСС Молдовенешть) was the national anthem of Moldova when it was a republic of the Soviet Union and known as the Moldavian SSR.
State Anthems of the Soviet Union and Soviet Republics
This page was last modified 17:30, 8 December 2006.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Anthem_of_Moldavian_SSR   (131 words)

  
 Georgian SSR: Information from Answers.com
The Georgian SSR (Soviet Socialist Republic, საქართველოს საბჭოთა სოციალისტური რესპუბლიკა, or Sak'art'velos Sabčota Soc'ialisturi Respublika) was the name given to Georgia when it was part of the Soviet Union from 1936 to 1991.
Established as a Soviet Socialist Republic on February 25 1921, from March 12 1922 to December 5 1936 it was part of the Transcaucasian SFSR together with the Armenian SSR and the Azerbaijan SSR.
Chairman of the Supreme Council of the Georgian SSR
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 Anthem of Lithuanian SSR
The State Anthem of the Lithuanian SSR (Lithuanian: Lietuvos Tarybu Socialistines Respublikos Valstybinis Himnas) was the national anthem of Lithuania when it was a republic of the Soviet Union and known as the Lithuanian SSR.
The anthem was adopted by the Lithuanian SSR government in 1950.
The music was composed by Balys Dvarionas and Jonas Švedas, and the words were written originally by Antanas Venclova.
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 FOR THE RECORD 2003
By adopting the Declaration of Sovereignty of the Soviet Socialist Moldavian Republic on 23 June 1990 and the Declaration of Independence of the Republic of Moldova on 27 August 1991, the Republic of Moldova became a sovereign and independent State, which allowed its presence in the international arena.
On 23 June 1990 under the circumstances of the disintegration of the Soviet Union, the legislative body of the Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic, the Supreme Soviet adopted a declaration concerning the sovereignty of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.
The Decrees of the Moldavian SSR Supreme Soviet regarding the flag of the State (27 April 1990), regarding the escutcheon of the State (3 November 1990) and State power (27 July 1990) also served to consolidate sovereignty.
www.hri.ca /fortherecord2003/documentation/tbodies/e-1990-5-add52.htm   (6769 words)

  
 Republic of Moldova   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic", identical in territory to present-day Moldova.
The flags of Moldova and Romania are similar, with the same range of colours, but with a presence of a coat of arms in Moldavian flag.
Moldavian SSR, which is still effective in Moldova according to the Constitution, asserts the real existence of "linguistical Moldo-
www.vetty.com /wpcd/wp/r/Republic_of_Moldova.htm   (2932 words)

  
 Soviet Union - Questionz.net , answers to all your questions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
During the resultant Ê- Recognised 1922 civil war, Communist forces known as Dissolution 1991 Reds fought against the Whites, the Currency Ruble pro-monarchist forces and their European and American allies.
The war Time zone UTC +3 to +11 ended with the victory of the Red Army (1917-1944) The and the establishment of the Soviet Union, the world's first communist National anthem International, (1944-1991) Hymn of state, on December 30, 1922, with the Soviet Union Bolshevik leader Vladimir Lenin as its leader.
Internet TLD.SU (still in use) The Soviet Union was the successor state of the Russian Empire but was smaller as a result of the independence of Poland, Finland and the Baltic States.
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 Moldova - The real meaning from Timesharetalk wikipedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
After changing hands during World War II and ultimately being annexed by the Soviet Union, it was known as the Moldavian SSR between 1945 and 1991 and finally declared its independence on 27 August 1991.
In those times, there was an expectation among certain groups in both countries that they were to be united soon, and a Movement for unification of Romania and the Republic of Moldova began in both countries in the early 1990s.
The Prince Dimitrie Cantemir is one of the most important figures of Moldavian culture of the 18th century.
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The compatibility of the two parts of Moldavian SSR was put in question by the end of the 1980's when the political landscape of the
In August-September 1989, the Moldavian Parliament (Supreme Soviet) passed language laws introducing Latin alphabet and recognizing Moldovan (variant of Romanian) as the state language instead of Russian.
In  April 1990, the Parliament adopted Romanian tricolor flag (red, yellow and blue) with historical Moldavian coat of arms as the state flag and changed the national anthem to the one identical to  Romanian.
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 Parallel History Project on NATO and the Warsaw Pact   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Known as the Valev plan after its author who was a professor of economics at Moscow university, it met with a hostile response from the Romanian government which publicly condemned it in the Romanian media.
On the following day, in what appears to have been an uncoordinated action, several thousand students from the university and polytechnic marched through the centre of the city in protest at the power and heating cuts imposed in student hostels, chanting 'we want water to have a wash and light to be able to study'.
They were joined by workers from the Braşov Tractor Plant (workforce 25,000) and by many townspeople as they made their way to the city centre where they forced their way into the county Party headquarters and sacked the building, throwing into the square portraits of Ceauşescu and food from the well-stocked canteen.
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 RMN SPECIAL REPORT ON THE UKRAINE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Formerly ruled by Romania as the principality of Moldavia, Moldova was occupied by the Soviet Union (with German consent) in 1940 as a consequence of a secret protocol attached to the 1939 Nazi-Soviet Nonaggression Pact.
On August 2, 1940, the Soviet government created the Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic (Moldavian SSR), with its capital at Chisinau (Kishinëv, in Russian), by joining most of Bessarabia with a portion of the Moldavian ASSR (the rest was returned to the Ukrainian SSR).
In June 1941, German and Romanian troops attacked the Moldavian SSR and the Ukrainian SSR; the Nazis gave Romania, their ally, not only Bessarabia and northern Bukovina but also the land between the Nistru and Pivdennyy Buh (Yuzhnyy Bug, in Russian) rivers, north to Bar in Ukraine, which Romania named and administered as Transnistria.
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 Transnistria-Moldova Territorial Dispute (ICE)
In 1922 the Ukrainian SSR was created, and in 1924 the region became part of the Moldavian ASSR within the Ukrainian SSR.
Most industry that was built in the Moldavian SSR was concentrated in Transnistria, while the rest of Moldova had a predominantly agricultural economy.
The 14th Soviet army had been based there since 1956 and was kept there after the fall of the Soviet Union to safeguard what is probably the biggest weapons stockpile and ammunition depot in Europe, which was set up in Soviet times for possible operations in the event of World War III.
www.american.edu /ted/ice/moldova.htm   (5188 words)

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