Kharkiv

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of Pushkin and Chernyshevsky streets. In 1957 at the same place opened a new monument to Mikhail Kotsiubynsky. * *


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to Moscow the same year to work at a popular railway worker’s periodical called The Whistle. Here Olesha began writing featured satirical poetry under the pseudonym “Зубило” (“The Chisel”), eventually publishing two collections of poems in 1924 and 1927 before turning to prose writing and drama. Tsyklon was designed by the Yuzhnoe Design Bureau and manufactured by Yuzhmash (both in Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine). Control system was designed at NPO "Electropribor" (Khartron) Krivonosov, Khartron: Computers for rocket guidance systems (Kharkiv, Ukraine). The last flown derivative, the Tsyklon-3 was retired in January 2009, however another derivative, the Tsyklon-4, is still under development. thumb right Kiev (Image:Lenin statue kiev.jpg), Ukraine thumb right Kharkiv (Image:Lenin Statue, Freedom Square, Kharkiv, Ukraine.jpg), Ukraine thumb right Minsk (Image:Belarus-Minsk-House of Government and Vladimir Lenin Monument (perspective corrected).jpg), Belarus **Kiev (capital), located in front of Besarabsky Market, erected in the 1950s. The statue was damaged on June 30, 2009, when the nose of the statue and part of its left hand were broken). Vandals damage monument to Lenin in downtown Kyiv, Interfax-Ukraine (June 30, 2009) Photos; Events by themes: In Kiev injured a monument to Lenin, UNIAN (June 30, 2009) Monument to Lenin is damaged in Kyiv, UNIAN (July 1, 2009) The statue was restored (at the expense of the Communist Party of Ukraine Wikipedia:Kharkiv Commons:Category:Kharkiv Dmoz:Regional Europe Ukraine Provinces Kharkiv Oblast Kharkiv


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coordinates_display inline,title coordinates_type type:city_region:UA elevation_m 152 population_demonym Kharkivite Ukraine's second Winter Olympics: one medal, some good performances, The Ukrainian Weekly (1 March 1998) postal_code_type Postal code postal_code 61001—61499 blank_name Licence plate blank_info ХА, 21 (old


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to be completed by 2013. * Brescia, Italy The '''T-34''' was a Soviet (Soviet Union) medium tank produced from 1940 to 1958. Although its armour (armoured fighting vehicle) and armament were surpassed by later tanks of the era, it has been often credited as the most effective, efficient and influential design of World War II. George Parada (n.d.), " http


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was the first universally-adopted native Ukrainian orthography. Biography Budanov was born in 1963 in Khartsyzk, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union. He graduated from the Tank Military School in Kharkiv and went on officer career in the Soviet Army, particularly, serving with the Soviet base in Hungary. Stadiums The most important matches of the Ukrainian national team are held in Kiev's Olimpiysky National Sports Complex, the previous home of Dynamo Kyiv (which presently only uses the stadium for major European matches). The alternative stadiums include: Ukraina (Ukraina Stadium) (Lviv), Dnipro Stadium (Dnipropetrovsk), Chornomorets (Chornomorets Stadium) (Odessa), Metalist (Metalist Stadium) (Kharkiv), and now most recently Donbass Arena, along with many others. However as new infrastructure and stadiums are built (especially in preparation for Euro 2012), other venues will include stadiums in the cities of Lviv, Donetsk, Odessa, among others. date 12–28 May 1942 place Kharkiv region, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union result Axis victory Suffering from rheumatism and typhus, in August 1922 he was sent to Berdyansk, a resort on the Sea of Azov, for treatment. In October 1922 he was officially declared an invalid; however he continued working. In 1923 he was appointed Commissar of the Red Army's Second Training Battalion and Komsomol secretary for Berezdov in western Ukraine. In January 1924 he went to Izyaslav as the head of Komsomol district committee and in August 1924 he joined the Communist Party. In 1925, with his health rapidly declining, he went to Kharkov (Kharkiv) for medical treatment and in May 1926 he went to a sanatorium in the Crimea. By December 1926 polyarthritis deprived him of almost all mobility and be became virtually bedridden. In December 1927 Ostrovsky began a correspondence course at the Sverdlov Communist University in Moscow that he completed it in June 1929. In August, he lost his vision. The PCdR was thus unable to send representatives to the Comintern, and was virtually replaced abroad by a delegation of various activists who had fled to the Soviet Union at various intervals (Romanian groups in Moscow and Kharkiv, the sources of a "''Muscovite wing''" in the following decades). Cioroianu, ''Pe umerii...'', p.37, 44; Deletant & Ionescu, p.4-5; Frunză, p.38-39 The interior party only survived as an underground group after it was outlawed by the Brătianu government through the ''Mârzescu Law'' (named after its proponent, Minister of Justice (Minister of Justice (Romania)) Gheorghe Gh. Mârzescu), passed in early 1924; Comintern sources indicate that, around 1928, it was losing contact with Soviet overseers. Frunză, p.32-33 In 1925, the question of Romania's borders as posed by the Comintern led to protests by Cristescu and, eventually, to his exclusion from the party (''see Balkan Communist Federation''). Cioroianu, ''Pe umerii...'', p.38-39; Frunză, p.49-50 birth_date Wikipedia:Kharkiv Commons:Category:Kharkiv Dmoz:Regional Europe Ukraine Provinces Kharkiv Oblast Kharkiv


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was evacuated to the east, at which time production moved to Stalingrad. No less than 809 vehicles were planned, but no more than about 60 were actually built. Some vehicles were used in the fighting around Kharkiv in October 1941, but were quickly lost. From 1920 to 1921 he designed posters and advertising boards. After 1920 he made numerous designs for ballets and operas in Kharkiv and Kiev, mainly in the Constructivist (Constructivism (art)) style. '''FC Metalist Kharkiv''' ( Wikipedia:Kharkiv Commons:Category:Kharkiv Dmoz:Regional Europe Ukraine Provinces Kharkiv Oblast Kharkiv


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upright Kharkiv EURO 2012 host city emblem thumb upright The Annunciation Cathedral, Kharkiv Annunciation Cathedral (File:Kharkov002.jpg) is one of the tallest Orthodox churches (List of tallest Orthodox churches) in the world. Kharkiv is one of the main cultural centres in Ukraine. It is home of 20 museums, over 10 theaters and a number of picture galleries. Large music and cinema festivals are hosted in Kharkiv almost every year. Literature In the 1930s Kharkiv was referred


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south of the city of Rostov, McCarthy & Syron (2002), p. 132 which had been taken by the Fourth Panzer Army on 23 July. Erickson (1975), p. 362 The rapid German advance threatened to cut the Soviet Union off from its southern territories, while also threatening to cut the lend-lease supply lines from Persia. Beevor (1998), p. 84 However, the offensive began to peter out, as the offensive's supply train struggled to keep up with the advance and spearhead units began to run low on fuel and manpower; Glantz (1997), pp. 119–120 for example, some panzer divisions were down to 54 tanks. Glantz (1997), p. 120 In the aftermath of the Russian Revolution (Russian Revolution of 1917) he established self-supporting orphanages for street children - including juvenile delinquents - left orphaned by the Russian Civil War. Among these establishments were the Gorky colony and later the Dzerzhinsky labor commune in Kharkiv, where the FED camera (FED (camera)) was produced. FED is indirectly named after Felix Edmundovich Dzerzhinsky, founder of the Cheka. It was his name


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Kharkiv, Ukraine genre Black metal '''Astrofaes''', a Ukrainian (Ukraine) black metal band from the town of Kharkiv, first came in to being in 1996 as a project between Thurios (Drudkh, Hate Forest, Blood of Kingu) and Khorus (Khors (Khors (band))). The band managed a very productive first year, releasing the demo Ad Infinitum, live album ''The Attraction: Heavens and Earth (live)'', and their second, The Attraction: Heavens and Earth


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: www.chidlovski.net liftup l_athleteResult.asp?a_id 315 Later that year, Zhabotynsky entered the Kharkiv Pedagogical Institute and studied there until 1964. At the ''1961 USSR Championship'' in Dnipropetrovsk Zhabotynsky earned silver with the result of 500 kg. http: www.chidlovski.net liftup l_athleteResult.asp?a_id 315 Two years later he set his first world record, starting an outstanding series of international achievements. Zhabotynsky was the flag bearer for the Soviet Union (USSR Olympic Team Flag Bearers) during the opening ceremonies of the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City and caused a stir by carrying the Soviet flag single-handed when the team marched in. http: www.chidlovski.net liftup l_athleteResult.asp?a_id 315 Between 1963 and 1970 Zhabotynsky set 17 world records in the superheavyweight class and won gold medals at the 1964 and 1968 Olympics (Olympic Games). http: www.chidlovski.net liftup l_athleteResult.asp?a_id 315 The famous rivalry between him and Yury Vlasov at the 1964 Summer Olympics was one of the most memorable moments of that Games. He was a member of CPSU between 1965 and 1991. Education and career Yavornytsky was educated at Kharkiv, Kazan, and Warsaw universities but his academic career was repeatedly interrupted by the Imperial Russian authorities for political reasons. Both as a student and later as a teacher, he was accused of Ukrainian "separatism" and dismissed from his position. In the 1890s, he was compelled to go to Russian Turkestan in order to find employment. In 1897, the Russian historian Vasily Klyuchevsky helped him to obtain a position as lecturer on the Zaporozhian Cossacks at Moscow University. In 1902, when he was offered a position as Director of the Yekaterinoslav (Dnipropetrovsk) Historical Museum in central Ukraine, he gladly accepted and remained there to the end of his life. Wikipedia:Kharkiv Commons:Category:Kharkiv Dmoz:Regional Europe Ukraine Provinces Kharkiv Oblast Kharkiv

Kharkiv

'''Kharkiv''' ( ), is the second-largest city of Ukraine. Located in the north-east of the country, it is the largest city of the Slobozhanshchyna (Sloboda Ukraine) historical region.

The city was founded in 1654 and was a major centre of Ukrainian culture in the Russian Empire. Kharkiv was the first city in Ukraine to acknowledge Soviet power in December 1917 and became the first capital of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic until January 1935, after which the capital was relocated to Kiev. Kharkiv is the administrative centre of Kharkiv Oblast and the surrounding Kharkiv district (Kharkivskyi Raion (Kharkiv Oblast)).

Kharkiv is a major cultural, scientific, educational, transport and industrial centre of Ukraine, with 60 scientific institutes, 30 establishments of higher education, 6 museums, 7 theatres and 80 libraries. Its industry specialises primarily in machinery and electronics. There are hundreds of industrial companies in the city. Among them are globally important giants like the Morozov Design Bureau and the Malyshev Tank Factory (leaders in world tank production in the 1930s through 1980s); Khartron (aerospace and nuclear electronics); and the Turboatom turbines producer.

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