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  Encyclopedia: Flag of Uzbek SSR
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 Flag of Uzbek SSR - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This flag was adopted by the Uzbek SSR on August 29, 1952.
The blue represents the sky, the white represents cotton, the red represents the "revolutionary struggle of the working masses", the hammer and sickle represents the peasants' and workers' union, and the red star is the symbol of the proletariat.
The first flag was hoisted on July 22, 1925 and was red, with the country's name in Arabic and the Cyrillic characters УзССР in the top-left corner in gold.
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 Encyclopedia: Uzbek SSR
In 1930, the Uzbek SSR capital was relocated from Samarqand to Toshkent.
In 1936, the Uzbek SSR was enlarged with the addition of the Karakalpak ASSR taken from the Kazakh SSR.
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 Flag of the Uzbek SSR
This flag was the official flag for four months, and was replaced as the official flag by the more familiar "hammer and sickle" design during the third session of the CIK of the USSR on 12 November 1923.
A modification to the flag was adopted on 15 August 1980 the color was brightened from a near-burgundy crimson to a brilliant red.
With the disintegration of the USSR on 25 December 1991, the flag ceased to be a national flag.
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 Flag of Uzbek SSR
The flag of the Uzbek SSR was adopted by the Uzbek SSR on August 29, 1952.
The blue represents the sky, the white represents cotton, the red represents the "revolutionary struggle of the working masses", the hammer and sickle represents the peasants' and workers' union, and the red star is the symbol of the proletariat.
The first flag was hoisted on July 22, 1925 and was red, with the country's name in Arabic and the Cyrillic characters УзССР in the top-left corner in gold.
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 Flags of the Soviet Republics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Flags of the Soviet Socialist Republics all featured predominantly red flag with hammer and sickle that both symbolised communism, quite similar to the flag of the Soviet Union.
The official flags of the Autonomous Socialist Soviet Republics (ASSR) were seldom used, and were simply the flag of the republic to which the ASSR belonged defaced with the ASSR name in its own language(s) and the official language of the SSR.
Nowadays the former Soviet Union territories that use modified versions of their original soviet flag are the unrecognized republic of Transnistria (former region of Moldavian SSR) and Belarus (since 1995).
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 Flag Of The Soviet Union Encyclopedia Article, Definition, History, Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The description of the first flag was given in the Constitution, accepted in the second session of the Executive Committee (CIK) of the USSR on 6 July 1923.
This flag was the official flag for four months, and was replaced as the official flag by the more familiar "hammer and sickle" design during the third session of the CIK of the USSR on 12 November 1923.
The newly adopted official flag of the Soviet Union consisted of a plain red flag, with a hammer crossed with a sickle and a red star in the upper hoist.
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 MSN Encarta - Uzbekistan
The same year the Uzbek SSR became one of the republics of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), which had been created in 1922.
In 1936 the Uzbek SSR was enlarged with the addition of the Karakalpak ASSR (present-day Qoraqalpogh Autonomous Republic), taken from the Kazakh SSR.
Uzbeks who were deemed nationalist, often practicing Muslims, were targeted for imprisonment and in many cases execution during Soviet leader Joseph Stalin’s Great Purge of the 1930s, which extended throughout all levels of Soviet society.
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 Subnational flags of the Soviet Union
The flag of Russia was the only SSR flag only with non-horizontal stripes, while the flag of Byelorussia had the only one with both.
SSR flags (and most soviet flags containing red) were medium red (aka scarlet, alyi~, or simply krasnyi~), not dark red (aka purpure — purpurnyi~ or kropovyi~).
In March of 1940, the Karelian ASSR is upgraded to Karelo-Finnish SSR, pending the conquest of Finland.
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 Flag of Tadzhik SSR -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
This flag was adopted by the (Click link for more info and facts about Tadzhik SSR) Tadzhik SSR on March 20, 1953.
Between 1937 and the adoption of the above flag in the (The decade from 1940 to 1949) 1940s, the flag was the same, but the first line of characters were in (Any dialect of the language of ancient Rome) Latin characters (RSS Toҫikiston).
The first flag of the (Click link for more info and facts about Tadzhik Soviet Socialist Republic) Tadzhik Soviet Socialist Republic was adopted on February 23, 1929, and was red with the coat of arms in the top-left corner.
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 Uzbekistan in the Soviet Union (early flags)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The change of the alphabet was reflected in the new flag hoisted in January of 1935 in the XV Congress of the Soviets.
The uzbek writing (latin alphabet) was exchanged for the new alphabet in 1940 and on 16 January 1941 a Decree by the Supreme Soviet of the republic established a new flag.
This flag was replaced by a new one in 29 August 1952.
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 Flag of Tuva - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Flag of Tuva   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The Flag of Tuva (Tyva) is a design with light blue trapezoids and stripes surrounding white stripes; both border a yellow triangle.
The flag was created on September 18, 1992 by Oyun-ool Sat.
The colors of the flag of Tuva, like most national flags, have meanings that are important to the Tuvan people and their culture.
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 Flag of Ukrainian SSR - Definition, explanation
This flag was adopted by the Ukrainian SSR on November 21, 1949.
Prior to this, the flag was red with the gold hammer and sickle beneath the gold Cyrillic characters УРСР (URSR) in a sans-serif font in the top-left corner.
Between 1937 and the adoption of the above flag in the 1940s, the flag was the same, but the hammer and sickle was much smaller and above the Cyrillic characters, which were in a serif font.
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 Encyclopedia: Flag of Estonian SSR
See also: Flag of the Soviet Union, Flag of Estonia The first official flag of the Soviet Union was adopted in July of 1923.
Estonia Flags of the Soviet Socialist Republics all featured predominantly red flag with hammer and sickle that both symbolised communism, quite similar to the flag of the Soviet Union.
Flag of the Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic This flag was adopted by the Uzbek SSR on August 29, 1952.
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 Culture of Uzbekistan - History and ethnic relations, Urbanism, architecture, and the use of space
Uzbek emerged as a distinct language in the fifteenth century.
The crescent moon, a symbol of Islam, is common, though its appearance on the national flag is meant not as a religious symbol but as a metaphor for rebirth.
Karakalpakistan was transferred to the Uzbekistan SSR in 1936, as an autonomous region.
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 Flag of Uzbek SSR
This flag was adopted by the Uzbek SSR on August 29, 1952.
Before that, from January 9, 1926, the flag was much the same, but with the country's name in Uzbek, Russian and Tadjik.
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 Flag of Estonian SSR
This flag was adopted in 6 February 1953.
The flag before this, just contained the hammer and sickle with the latin intitals: ENSV.
There was no hammer and sickle on the reverse side.
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 Central Asian Khanates
It was reported to have flown a red flag with a crescent in the center and the initials of the state in Cyrillic letters in the hoist.
The flag of the Khivan Khanate in the pre-Soviet period is unknown.
The flag consisted of nine alternating stripes of 5 red and 4 white, with an orange rectangle, bearing a white star and crescent, located next to the hoist between the two upper and two lower stripes.
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 Soviet Union
Real flags usually were either with reverse analogous to obverse (but with star and hammer-and-sickle near the hoist) or with reverse = mirrored obverse.
If the flag was “flipped” as the US flag is, the hammer and sickle faced “down” and was reversed.
It seems to be a soviet national flag flipped and rotated (following the US practice for hanging flags), showing the reverse and on it the hammer-and-sickle emblem, which, according to the relevant legislation, should not be there (only on the obverse).
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 Flag of Estonian SSR - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This flag was adopted by the Estonian SSR on February 6, 1953.
Prior to this, the flag was red with a gold hammer and sickle in the top-left corner.
Above the hammer and sickle were the gold Latin characters ENSV (Eesti Nõukogude Sotsialistlik Vabariik) in a sans-serif font.
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 Uzbekistan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Flag adopted 18 November 1991, coat of arms adopted July 1992
The flag of Uzbekistan is a light blue over white over light green tricolour, with thin red stripes separating the three stripes.
According Album 2000: national Flag is blue over white over green tricolour with stripes fimbriated red and in canton white crescent and 12 white five-pointed stars, 3-4-5 "fly-justified".
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 Tashkent — FactMonster.com
Among the city's educational and cultural facilities are Tashkent State Univ. and the Uzbek Academy of Sciences.
The modern section of the city coexists with the old quarter (partly reconstructed), with its narrow, twisting streets, numerous mosques, and bazaars; Tashkent lost most of the old town in a 1966 earthquake that heavily damaged the city.
From 1918 to 1924, Tashkent was the capital of the Turkistan Autonomous SSR, and in 1930 it replaced Samarkand as capital of the Uzbek SSR, subsequently becoming independent Uzbekistan's capital.
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 Iranica.com -Before the establishment of Tajikistan
The flag was a red (or scarlet) cloth with a width to length ratio of 1:2, depicting on the upper left corner the state arms (Romashkin et al., VII, p.
The final version of the flag of the Tajik SSR, adopted on 20 March 1953, was a new modification of the flag of the Soviet Union.
The first state arms of the Tajik SSR as described in the 1935 constitution consisted of a large five-pointed star, in the upper part of which was depicted a hammer and a sickle in the rays of the sun; in the lower part drawings symbolized the socialist construction of the republic.
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 Flag of Moldavian SSR - Definition, explanation
This flag was adopted by the Moldavian SSR on January 31, 1952.
Prior to this, the flag was red with the gold hammer and sickle in the top-left corner, with the Cyrillic characters РССМ (RSSM) above them in gold in a serif font.
Between 1924 and the adoption of the above flag in the 1940s, the flag was red, with the gold hammer and sickle in the top-left corner, above the Cyrillic characters УРСР (UPCP) and the Latin characters RSSU.
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 Khwarezm Summary
During the reigns of Muhammad Amin's successors, Eltuzer and Muhammad Rahim, the Qongrat dynasty was established as Eltuzer deposed the khan and declared himself khan in 1804.
Khwarezm (Uzbek: Xorazm, Russian: Хорезм Khorezm, Persian: خوارزم Khwārazm, Arabic: خوارزم Khwārizm, Chinese: 花刺子模 Huacizimo) was a state centred on the Amu Darya river delta of the former Aral Sea, in modern Uzbekistan, extending across the Ust-Urt plateau and possibly as far west as the eastern shores of the northern Caspian Sea.
Northern Khwarezmia became the Uzbek SSR, in 1925 the western part became the Turkmen SSR, and in 1936 eastern Khwarezmia became the Tajik SSR.
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 Karakalpakstan (Uzbekistan)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Was ceded to the Uzbekistan SSR on 1936 and adopt new flag in 1937.
In 1940 the karakalpak language, that was written in turk-latin characters since 1940, adopted the cirilic's characters, and in 1941 the Republic adopted a new flag.
In 1952 adapted her flag to the flag of mother republic.
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