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  Democratic Republic of Georgia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Its established borders were with Russia, and the Mountainous Republic of the Northern Caucasus in the north, Turkey, Armenia, and Azerbaijan in the south.
By February 25, the desperate resistance of the poorly-organized Georgian military was broken at the capital and the Georgian Bolsheviks proclaimed the Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic.
On April 9, 1991 the independence of Georgia was restored when the Act of the Restoration of State Independence of Georgia was adopted by the Supreme Council of the Republic of Georgia.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Democratic_Republic_of_Georgia   (2794 words)

 Georgia (country) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A former republic of the Soviet Union, it shares borders with Russia in the north and Turkey, Armenia, and Azerbaijan in the south-east.
From November 1990 to March 1991, one of the leaders of the National Liberation movement, Dr. Zviad Gamsakhurdia, was the Chairman of the Supreme Council of the Republic of Georgia (the Georgian parliament).
Georgia is pinning its hopes for long-term recovery on the development of an international transportation corridor through the key Black Sea ports of P'ot'i and Batumi.
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 Wikinfo | Republic of Georgia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Republic of Georgia is a country to the north-east of the Black Sea in the south Caucasus.
Eastern Georgia (Kingdom of Kartl-Kakheti) was occupied and annexed by the Tsarist Russian Empire on September 12, 1801.
Since military coup d'etat of December 22, 1991-January 6, 1992, Georgia was governed by the regime of Eduard Shevardnadze (former 1st Secretary of the Communist Party of the former Georgian SSR and former Minister of Foreign Affairs of the former Soviet Union).
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 Republic of Georgia
Georgia occupies an area of about 70 000 sq km (population 5,5 million) and is thus twice the size of Belgium and nearly twice as large as Switzerland.
Georgia was struck by a major earthquake in 1991, which caused extensive loss of life and output.
Sokhumi is an important transport junction of the republic; through it pass the Black-Sea railway and an asphalt motor-way, connecting the town with districts of the Georgia and North Caucasus.
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 Wikinfo | Georgia (country)
Georgia (საქართველო Sakartvelo in Georgian), known from 1990 to 1995 as the Republic of Georgia, is a country to the east of the Black Sea in the south Caucasus.
A former republic of the Soviet Union, it shares borders with Russia in the north and Turkey, Armenia, Azerbaijan in the south.
In February 25, 1921 the Democratic Republic of Georgia was occupied by Soviet Russia and was incorporated into a Transcaucasian Federative Soviet Socialist Republic uniting Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan.
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 GeorgiaHistory   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Georgia occupies the center and the west of the Transcaucasus, bordering in the north on Russia, in the east - on the republic of Azerbaijan, in the south - on the republic of Armenia and in the south-west - on Turkey.
Any action aimed at limiting the supremacy of the power of the Republic of Georgia or at violating her territorial integrity shall be qualified as interference in the internal affairs of a sovereign state and aggression - as a gross violation of international law.
The primacy of international law with regard to the laws of the Republic of Georgia and direct operation of its norms on the territory of Georgia are one of the basic constitutional principles of the Republic of Georgia.
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The Republic of Georgia occupies the center and the west of the Transcaucasus.
After nationwide Referendum of Georgia about the restoration of the State Independence of Georgia (March 31, 1991), on April 9, 1991, the Republic of Georgia was declare with the Act of Restoration of Georgian State Independence as a Independent country.
In March, 1992 - November, 2003 the Republic of Georgia was ruled by the dictatorial regime of E. Shevardnadze, former KGB General and former Minister of Foreign Affairs of the former Soviet empire, main organizer of the military coup d'etat of December-January, 1991-1992.
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 The History of Georgia
As a consequence of constant invasions, economic decline and feudal strife, Georgia began to disintegrate, and by the end of the 15th century three independent kingdoms of Kakheti, Kartli, and Imereti, and the principality of Samtskhe emerged on its territory.
The annexation of Georgia by the Russian Empire put an end to the independent existence of the Georgian Kingdoms and principalities and Georgia lost her age-old statehood.
Georgia had to pass through the ordeal of industrialization and collectivization, suffering severely during the depressions of the 1930s.
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 Georgia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Georgia (U.S. state), a constituent state of the United States of America.
Formerly Province of Georgia, one of the Thirteen Colonies (1732–1805).
South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, a territory of the United Kingdom in the South Atlantic Ocean
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Georgia   (179 words)

In the light of this, the modern Georgian state sees itself to be the legitimate heir of the Democratic Republic of Georgia that existed in the years 1918-1921 and not of the Georgian SSR.
Clause 1, in particular, bears witness to this, for it is proclaimed therein that 'Georgia is an independent, unitary and indivisible state, which is confirmed by the referendum held on 31 March 1991...and by the Act on the restoration of the state-independence of Georgia of 9 April 1991'.
On 9 April 1991 the Supreme Soviet of the Republic of Georgia ratified the Act on the restoration of Georgia's state-independence.
www.abkhazia.org /expert_conclusion.html   (2765 words)

 Banki - Montly Scientific-Analytical Journal of National Bank of Georgia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
After annexation of Georgia by Russia national monetary bodies and credit institutions were not exercising their functions any more and imperialistic credit mechanism has been established afterwards.
On December 31, 1919 the Law on Establishing the State Bank was adopted by the founders' meeting of the Democratic Republic of Georgia as well as the Government of the Republic of Georgia.
From February 25, 1921 the "Public Bank of the Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic" has been acting for the General Bank that was one of the branches of the State Bank established in Russia in October of 1921 and its activity was rather limited.
www.nbg.gov.ge /journal/b7/doc/b7_10_e.htm   (537 words)

 History of Georgia
in the east - on the republic of Azerbaijan, in the south - on the republic of Armenia and in the
The Republic of Georgia comprises the Abkhazian Autonomous Republic and the Acharan
Georgia was the result of the socio-political and economic development of the country.
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 The Bagrationi Royal Dynasty of Georgia
A helpless Georgia was at the mercy of an ally who turned out to be more dangerous than any enemy she had in her more than three thousand years of history.
The last Catholicos-Patriarch of Georgia was Anton II (Bagrationi), the son of Erekle II.
The main purposes of this Union were liberation of Georgia from tyranny of Soviet Empire and foundation of the Constitutional Monarchy in Georgia.
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Georgia is a republic with a Constitution that provides for a strong executive branch that reports to the President.
The 1994 agreement between Russia, Georgia, Abkhazia, and the UNHCR on repatriation in Abkhazia called for the free, safe, and dignified return of IDPs and refugees.
The principal trade union confederation was the Amalgamated Trade Unions of Georgia (ATUG), which was the successor to the official union that existed during the Soviet period.
www.state.gov /g/drl/rls/hrrpt/2003/27838.htm   (13074 words)

 Karl Kautsky: Georgia (Preface)
The freedom of the Press in democratic countries renders it easy for abuses to be brought to light, provided equal freedom is accorded to all sections.
Thus I went to Georgia to study an interesting and important social experiment, and to draw from it conclusions which would be generally valid for Socialist practice.
To-day the representatives of Georgia are in possession of proofs that already in December, 1920, the Russian Government were making their military preparation for the invasion of Georgia, which followed in February.
www.marxists.org /archive/kautsky/1921/georgia/preface.htm   (1041 words)

 Georgia (country) - Gurupedia
A former republic of the Soviet Union, it shares borders with Russia in the north and
Following a crisis involving allegations of ballot fraud in the 2003 parliamentary elections, Eduard Shevardnadze resigned as President on November 23, 2003.
The vote is believed to have been one of the freest ever held in independent Georgia although a surge of tension between the central government and the Ajarian leader
www.gurupedia.com /g/ge/georgia_(country).htm   (686 words)

 Chamber Of Control Of Georgia - HISTORY OF THE CHAMBER OF CONTROL   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
In 1918-1921, by the state government was adopted the laws on "Establishment of the State Comptroller" and "State Control of the Democratic Republic of Georgia".
The Chairman of the Chamber of Control of Georgia is elected by the Parliament following the proposal of the Chairman of the Parliament.
The deputies are appointed and removed by the Chairman of the Parliament on the proposal of the Chairman of the Chamber of Control of Georgia.
www.control.ge /index.php?lang_id=ENG&sec_id=106   (564 words)

 Georgia :: UEFA
Georgia, a given name and subject of the song "Georgia on My Mind" associated with Ray Charles
Football.co.uk: Georgia: News, features, match reports, results, fixtures, statistics, and tables.
UEFA.com: Georgia: News, match reports, fixtures, results, standings, league clubs, and European competitions.
sports.gourt.com /Soccer/UEFA/Georgia.html   (287 words)

 On this day in History, May 26 (ABM Treaty, Georgia Republic)
National Independence Day in Georgia remembers this day in 1918 when the Democratic Republic of Georgia was established following the collapse of the Russian Tsarist empire.
Although the 1918—1921 independence of Georgia was short-lived, it was particularly important for the development of a national feeling among the Georgians, a major factor that made the country one of the most active independist forces within the Soviet Union.
In the post-Soviet era the first President of the Republic of Georgia was democratically elected on this day in 1991.
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 The World Factbook 2004 -- Congo, Democratic Republic of the
Since 1997, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DROC; formerly called Zaire) has been rent by ethnic strife and civil war, touched off by a massive inflow in 1994 of refugees from the fighting in Rwanda and Burundi.
The government of former president MOBUTU Sese Seko was toppled by a rebellion led by Laurent KABILA in May 1997; his regime was subsequently challenged by a Rwanda- and Uganda-backed rebellion in August 1998.
The economy of the Democratic Republic of the Congo - a nation endowed with vast potential wealth - has declined drastically since the mid-1980s.
www.brainyatlas.com /geos/cg.html   (1381 words)

 BakuTODAY.net - Saakashvili: U.S. President’s Visit is Historic
“The leader of the greatest democratic county arrives in Georgia.
This confirms that the United States recognizes democratic achievements of Georgia.
The fact that the U.S. President arrives in Tbilisi proves Georgia’s special role and special mission in the region,” President Saakashvili said on May 3 in his address to the Georgian nation.
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 Georgia - www.1-georgia.com
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Georgia (country), a sovereign state in the Caucasus region of Eastern Europe:
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 Lugar Resolution on Georgia Approved by Senate   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The U.S. Senate has approved the resolution written by Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Dick Lugar commemorating the life of the late Georgian Prime Minister Zurab Zhvania.
It commends “the courage, energy, political imagination, and leadership of Zurab Zhvania that were so critical to the development of a democratic Republic of Georgia; and recognizes that the integration of the Republic of Georgia into Euro-Atlantic institutions will be the completion of the vision of Zurab Zhvania and his most lasting legacy.”
We had an extensive discussion about Georgia’s promising future and vigorous agenda to transform it into a regional model of political and economic progress,” said Lugar.
lugar.senate.gov /pressapp/record.cfm?id=231772   (172 words)

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