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Belgorod Oblast

6, 1954. The oblast was formed from several districts (raion) of Kursk (Kursk Oblast) and Voronezh Oblasts. For the courage and resilience shown by the people of Belgorod Oblast in defense of the Motherland during the Great Patriotic War (Great Patriotic War (term)), and for progress in reconstruction and development of national economy, on January 4, 1967 Belgorod Oblast was awarded the Order of Lenin, and in 1980 the city of Belgorod was awarded the Order of the Patriotic War


Ufa

War (term) Great Patriotic War ), most institutes and universities from west part of Russia were evacuated into east regions far from the battle lines. Nikolay Bogolyubov moved to Ufa, where he became Head of the Departments of Mathematical Analysis at Ufa State Aviation Technical University and at Ufa Pedagogical Institute, remaining on these positions during the period of July 1941 – August 1943. *Ulan-Ude (Ulan-Ude Airport) *Ufa (Ufa Airport) * Vladivostok


Zaporizhia

1941. In the USSR this war was called the Great Patriotic War, 1941–1945 (Great Patriotic War (term)). After the outbreak of the war the Soviet government started evacuating industrial equipment from the city to Siberia before the Germans reached the city. The NKVD shot political prisoners in the city. ''Germany and the Second World War, Volume IV The Attack on the Soviet Union'', by Horst Boog, Jürgen Förster, Joachim Hoffmann, Ernst Klink


Rostov-on-Don

thumb left An Aeroflot Douglas DC-3 PS-84 (File:Ps-84-nowarra135.jpg) (a licence-built DC-3) at Moscow City Airport in 1940. The Lisunov Li-2, a derivative of the DC-3 would become the backbone of the fleet after the Great Patriotic War (Great Patriotic War (term)). Under the third Five-Year Plan, which began in 1938, civil aviation development continued, with improvements to airport installations being made and construction of airports being commenced. In addition


Jersey

islands, including the Isle of Man and, in some contexts, the Channel Islands (Guernsey and Jersey). See British Isles naming dispute for details of the conflict over use of this term. *Great Britain and Ireland, or variants like "Britain and Ireland" or "The UK and Ireland" are sometimes used as alternatives to the term British Isles. Under the Interpretation Act 1978 of the United Kingdom, the legal term '''''British Islands''''' (as opposed to the geographical term ''British Isles'') refers to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, together with the Crown dependencies: the Bailiwicks of Jersey and of Guernsey (which in turn includes the smaller islands of Alderney, Herm and Sark) in the Channel Islands; and the Isle of Man. On the front of passports issued to residents of the Crown dependencies, the words "United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland" are replaced with "British Islands" followed by the name of the issuing state or island.


Vladivostok

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Guernsey

use of this term. *Great Britain and Ireland, or variants like "Britain and Ireland" or "The UK and Ireland" are sometimes used as alternatives to the term British Isles. Under the Interpretation Act 1978 of the United Kingdom, the legal term '''''British Islands''''' (as opposed to the geographical term ''British Isles'') refers to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, together with the Crown dependencies: the Bailiwicks of Jersey and of Guernsey (which in turn includes the smaller islands of Alderney, Herm and Sark) in the Channel Islands; and the Isle of Man. On the front of passports issued to residents of the Crown dependencies, the words "United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland" are replaced with "British Islands" followed by the name of the issuing state or island.


Kharkiv

were forced out of Ukraine. The government of the Soviet Ukraine was dissolved after its last session on 20 November 1918. While World War II (called the Great Patriotic War (Great Patriotic War (term)) by the Soviet government) did not end before May 1945, the Germans were driven out of Ukraine between February 1943 and October 1944. The first task of the Soviet authorities was to reestablish political control over


Tbilisi

Embraer aircraft in summer 2010, and in October of the same year LOT resumed service to Asia, with three weekly flights on the Warsaw – Hanoi route. In addition to this, new services to Tbilisi, Damascus and Cairo were inaugurated. thumb left An Aeroflot Douglas DC-3 PS-84 (File:Ps-84-nowarra135.jpg) (a licence-built DC-3) at Moscow City Airport in 1940. The Lisunov Li-2, a derivative of the DC-3 would become the backbone of the fleet after the Great Patriotic War (term

) Great Patriotic War . Under the third Five-Year Plan, which began in 1938, civil aviation development continued, with improvements to airport installations being made and construction of airports being commenced. In addition to the expansion of services between the Soviet Union's main cities, local routes (MVL) were also expanded, and by 1940, some 337 MVL routes saw operations on a scheduled basis. Serial production of the PS-84 (licence-built DC-3s) commenced in 1939, and the aircraft


Baku

;ref Antheil.org, The ''Ballet Mécanique''. thumb left An Aeroflot Douglas DC-3 PS-84 (File:Ps-84-nowarra135.jpg) (a licence-built DC-3) at Moscow City Airport in 1940. The Lisunov Li-2, a derivative of the DC-3 would become the backbone of the fleet after the Great Patriotic War (Great Patriotic War (term)). Under the third Five-Year Plan, which


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