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  Cossack - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
The Don Cossack State, on the river Don, separating the Grand Duchy of Moscow from the Nogai states, vassals of the Ottoman Empire.
The capital of the Don Cossack State was Cherkassk, later moved to Novocherkassk.
The nation was called a host (vois’ko, translated as 'army'), and subdivided into regimental and company districts, and village posts (polky, sotni, and stanytsi).
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 Don Cossacks - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Don Cossacks refers to Cossacks who settled along the lower and middle Don River, Russia.
By the end of the century they were granted certain privileges in exchange for frontier military service as Don Cossack Voisko.
Since 1786 the territory was officially called Don Voisko Lands, and was renamed into Don Voisko Province (Область Войска Донского) in 1870.
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 Footnotes to History- D to F
Don, Republic of the- In May 1917, the Cossacks of the Don region declared themselves autonomous, electing the Tsarist general Alexei Kaledin as Ataman, the head of government.
Don Soviet Republic- After the collapse of the Republic of the Don, the Soviets became the dominant power in the area.
Don Voisko- The Don Voisko (or Host) took control of the Don region after the collapse of the Don Soviet Republic.
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 Cossack - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Don Cossacks were one of the main military forces resisting the Bolsheviks.
The largest Don voisko's ataman was granted the Marshal rank and the star, and the right to recognize a new voisko.
All voiskos are independent of each other, but for a voisko to be recongnized as "official" it needs to have the permission of the Supreme Ataman of the All-Mighty Donsokoye Voisko (and even allowed him to wear the Marshal Star).
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 Cossack - Free net encyclopedia
The most prominent and numerous were and still are the Russian Cossacks (Template:Lang) of the Don, Terek and Ural regions, as well as areas of Siberia which they colonised in the seventeenth century.
Voisko ('host' or 'army') - a major Cossack military and administrative unit.
Each voisko is independent, but for a voisko to be recognized as "official" it needs to have the permission of the Supreme Ataman of the All-Mighty Donsokoye Voisko (who is even allowed to wear the Russian Marshal's star).
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Don Cossacks come from the Don Voisko Province near the lower and middle Don River, Russia.
Don Cossacks are one of the biggest groups and heavily militarised and, like all other Cossacks, they are armed with the lance and curved sabres.
Historically the Don Cossacks were formed in the second half of the 16th century largely by runaway peasants.
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/History of the Cossacks
The Don Cossack State, on the river Don, separating the then weak Russian State from the Mongol and Tatar tribes, vassals of Ottoman Empire.
In the Russian Empire the Cossacks constituted 11 separate Cossack voiskos, settled along the frontiers: the Don Cossacks, Kuban Cossacks, Terek Cossacks, Astrakhan Cossacks, Ural Cossacks, Orenburg Cossacks, Siberian Cossacks, Semiryechensk Cossacks, Baikal Cossacks, Amur Cossacks, and Ussuri Cossacks.
The income which the Cossack voiskos received from the lands (which they rented to different persons), also from various sources (trade patents, rents of shops, fisheries, permits for gold-digging, etc.), as also from the subsidies they received from the government (about £712,500 in 1893), went to cover all the expenses of state and local administration.
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Don Cossack State, on the river Don, separating the then weak Russian state from the Mongol and Tatar tribes, vassals of the Ottoman Empire with Tuhaj-Bej at Lwow", oil on canvas, 1885, National Museum in Warsaw.
The nation was called a host (vois’ko, sometimes translated "army"), and subdivided into regimental and company districts, and village posts (polky, sotni, and stanytsi).
Voisko (Slavic word, literally means "army", probably of Polish origin ("Wojsko" in polish) - a major cossack military and administrative unit.
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Cherkassk
After fifty years it became the capital of Don Cossacks, first as an independent entity in between of Russia, Turkey and Poland, then a vassal of Russian tzars, then as an administrative region Don Voisko Province of Russian Empire.
The city was the major residence of all famous Don cossacks of 17th and 18th century including Stepan Razin, Yermak Timofeyevich, Kondraty Bulavin, Matvei Platov, etc. It was also the place of fierce battles between Russian troops, Turkey, Crimea, Crimean Khanate and cossack troops.
In 1805 hetman of Don Voisko Province Matvei Platov moved the capital to the new specially built city of Novocherkassk (literally New-Cherkassk) on a hill, not very far (around 40 km) from Cherkassk.
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 taganrogcity.com | Taganrog City Council (Duma)
October 8, 1802 was issued the nominal decree of the Emperor Alexander I "On division of Novorossiysk province into three provinces: Nikolaevskaya, Yekaterinoslavskaya and Tavricheskaya, and creation of legal bodies there".
The created provinces had to be guided by the rules established for all Russian provinces in terms of staff and mode of administration, except four seaports: Odessa, Kherson, Taganrog and Feodosiya.
In 1831 the City Council was reshaped on the basis of principles of the representative democracy officially open in Taganrog.
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The situation is similar in Stavropol province, whose official 1989 population of 2.41 million jumped to 2.65 million by 1995.
This survey was conducted in 1994 by polling 300 residents of Krasnodar, one hundred non-Russian refugees of the same province, and 300 police from Stavropol province.
In some provinces, propiska applications are reviewed and decided upon by propiska commissions, which usually consist of representatives of government bodies (such as the internal affairs directorate), the medical establishment, the education sector and the like.
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The most prominent and numerous were and still are the Russians Cossacks () of the Don River, Russia, Terek and Ural (region) regions, as well as areas of Siberia which they colonised in the seventeenth century.
The nation was called a host (vois’ko, translated as 'army'), and subdivided into regiment al and company districts, and village posts (polky, sotni, and stanytsi).
Each voisko is independent, but for a voisko to be recognized as "official" it needs to have the permission of the Supreme Ataman of the All-Mighty Donsokoye Voisko (who is even allowed to wear the Russian Field Marshal 's star).
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 taganrogcity.com | Taganrog History in the 19th Century
Taganrog was also the center of uezd (including the cities of Rostov on Don, Nakhichevan and Mariupol) from 1816 to 1834.
Kukolnik was the first to prove the need of university education in the Don River region and on Azov Sea.
In 1887, the Taganrog's status as a borough was annulled, and Taganrog was annexed to the Don Voisko Province (earlier Taganrog was part of Yekaterinoslav government).
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 1918 Encyclopedia Article @ Effectually.org   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
November 4 - The November 16 and the Kōki are merged to form the Estonia.
December 27 - German troops enter Russia province; they take 1990 November 13.
Don - May 3, president of John Riley Banister (b.
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 Cossack
Some historical documents of that period refer to those states as sovereign nations with unique warrior cultures, whose main source of income was derived from the the pillaging of their neighbors.
In 1988 finally the USSR passed a law which allowed formation of former voisko's (along with new ones).
In 1914 the Hosts were those of the Don, Orenburg, Ural, Astrakhan, Transbaikal, Ussuri, Siberia, Semiretshensk, Amur, Kuban and Terek.
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 1918 Encyclopedia Article @ DealerBible.com (Dealer Bible)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
edit - edit: Germany, Don Voisko and Skitch Henderson sign the Alberto Ascari ending Russia's involvement in the war.
UK - The Brian Stonehouse and the 1.1 January are merged to form the April 20.
Don - Abraham Pais, American newspaper publisher (b.
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 Amazon.com: "Don Cossack Host": Key Phrase page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
province (huberniia, guberniia), and its eastern part, with major cities or settlements such as Makiivka, Taganrog, and Aleksandrovsk-Grushevskii, to the Don Cossack Host (Voisko) province.
In 1721 the Don cossack host was subordinated to the college of war and from 1723 its chiefs were to be appointed by the tsar.
On 28 August 1994, Nikolai Kozitsin, ataman of the Don Cossack Host, signed a treaty with General Dudaev and with the Chechen government.
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 Don Voisko Province - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Don Voisko Province (or Don Voisko Oblast, Russian: Область Войска Донского, Oblast’ Voyska Donskogo) of Imperial Russia was the official name of the territory of Don Cossacks, roughly coniciding with today's Rostov Oblast of Russia.
Since 1786 the territory was officially called the Don Voisko Lands (zemlya Voyska Donskogo), renamed Don Voisko Province in 1870.
This page was last modified 15:12, 13 April 2006.
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 The Importance of Knowing Your Own Vernacular   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
I mean the speakers' sudden desire to saturate normal speech with words and expressions belonging to their local vernacular, which may or may not be your own.
I must explain here that Rostov-on-Don, the city of my permanent residence, is located in the South of the Russian Federation, and the Rostov Region, or Province as they say in Britain, is known as the place where Don Cossacks have lived for the last 6-7 centuries.
Unfortunately, from the very first days of the communist power in Russia, the Cossacks, the most freedom-loving part of the local population, were oppressed, imprisoned, and sent to exile.
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 US Bazaar.com : Encyclopedia Pages : 1918
April 1 - The Royal Flying Corps and the Royal Naval Air Service are merged to form the Royal Air Force.
May 1 - German troops enter Don province; they take Rostov May 6.
September 28 - Don Voisko adopts a constitution including declaration of independence.
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Don Cossack Voisko - Don Cossack Voisko, or Don Cossack Host () was a frontier military organisation (a Cossack host) of the Don Cossacks in Imperial Russia since the end of the sixteenth century.
It occupied the territory known as Don Voisko Province (presently shared by the Rostov, Volgograd, and Voronezh regions of the Russian Federation...
Plastun - Plastun or plastoon (Ukrainian,) was originally a Cossack of dismounted scouting and sentry military units in Black Sea Cossack Host and later in Kuban Cossack Host in 19-20th ceturies.
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 1918: Information from Answers.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Wingate refuses their demand that they be allowed to proceed to London to negotiate such a treaty, and disorder break out across the country (see 1919).
British Columbia becomes the first Canadian province to pass a law guaranteeing that women will not be paid less than a living wage.
The Owen-Keating Child Labor Law of 1916 is an unconstitutional encroachment on states' rights, the Supreme Court rules 5 to 4 June 3 in the case of Hammer v.
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 1918   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
April 1 — The Royal Flying Corps and the Royal Naval Air Service are merged to form the Royal Air Force.
September 11 — The Boston Red Sox defeat the Chicago Cubs for the 1918 World Series championship.
September 28 — Don Voisko adopts a constitution including declaration of independence.
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 Russian Patch
Don Cossack Voisko (Don Cossack Host) is the name of a frontier military organisation of Don Cossacks (cossack host) in Imperial Russia since the end of the 16th century.
It occupied the territory known as Don Voisko Province.
How to place an order from the other countries.
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 Cherkassk infoTurkish.com Herşey Hakkında Türkçe Bilgi
) is an old Russian town in Rostov district that was the capital of Don Voisko Province between 1640s and 1805.
Don bey don giydirmek giymek uzman ispanyol efendisi
Province branş uzmanlık alanı uzmanlık dalı vilâyet il iş sahası
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 SAC 1682-1796
He had been unable to acquire Kerch, and was not firmly established in the Crimea [and wouldn't be for nearly one century].
The canal which was to have linked the Volga with the Don, and which had been started by thousands of workmen, was abandoned [not to be completed until 1952, nearly 160 years later!
DSD,1:136-57] Catherine abolished the harsh and corrupt voevody (for three centuries, voevody had been largely responsible for military-style government in frontier provinces) in favor of what appeared to be a more rational system of civilian government.
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 Russian navy and hydrobiological expeditions researches of the Southern Seas, VII International Congress
The zoologist from Kiev University Vasily Sovinsky generalized them.
They have made a basis of his dissertation (25.04.1903) and monograph «Intro­duction in study of fauna of Ponto-Caspian-Aral sea pool, which is considered from the point of view of independent of zoogeographic province » (1904).
The reports of Vasily Sovinsky include 880 species of marine animals and finish a faunistic stage in study of region of southern seas.
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 Russia to EU: 'Hands off Moldova'   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Accually it terrirory the former "BlackSea Kazak' Voisko" which was destroyed by bolshevicks and given to moldovians.
I agree that vakhabit islamists which took power in Chechnya in between 1991-2000 was alien to Russia.
And Russia gave them freedom but they attacked Dagestan the russian province.
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Declaration of independance by the Chinese province of Chungking
Chinese republican forces crush the rebellion within a few weeks
Don Voisko adopts a constitution including its declaration of independence; the subsequent collapse of Imperial Germany makes it void
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