(author) Yuri Nikitin and Andrey Valentinov; most of them write in Russian (Russian language in Ukraine) and are popular in both Russia and Ukraine. Annual science fiction convention "Star Bridge" (Звёздный мост) is held in Kharkiv since 1999. Kharkiv International Festival of Science Fiction "Star Bridge - 2011» Music Kharkiv sponsors the prestigious Hnat Khotkevych
, a need which was strongly evidenced during the early&ndash;mid 1980s. He retired from active politics in 1989 as a pensioner. Tikhonov died on 1 June 1997. Early life and career Tikhonov was born in the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv on to a Russian (Russian people)-Ukrainian (Ukrainian people) working class family; he graduated from the St. Catherine Institute of Communications (Dnipropetrovsk Institute of Communications) in 1924. Tikhonov
of Cheka and the ''Military Control Units'', which were controlled by the Military Revolutionary Committee, and responsible for counter-intelligence activities, into one organ which was named ''Special Section'' (department) of Cheka. The head of the Special Section (department) was Mikhail Sergeyevich Kedrov. The task of the ''Special Section'' was to run human intelligence: to gather political and military intelligence behind enemy lines, and expose and neutralize counter-revolutionary
, 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. Geography thumb left Kharkiv and vicinities, LandSat-5 satellite image, near natural colors, 2011-06-18 (File:Kharkiv, Ukraine, city and vicinities, LandSat-5 satellite image, near natural colors, 2011-06-18.jpg) Kharkiv is located in the northeastern region of Ukraine. Historically, Kharkiv lies in the Sloboda Ukraine region (''Slobozhanshchyna'' also known as ''Slobidshchyna''), in which it is considered the main city. The city rests at the confluence of the Kharkiv (Kharkiv River), Lopan (Lopan River), and Udy (Udy River) rivers, where they flow into the Seversky Donets watershed. Climate Kharkiv's climate is humid continental (Humid continental climate) (Köppen climate classification ''Dfb''), with cold and snowy winters, and hot summers. The seasonal average temperatures are not too cold in winter, not too hot in summer: Wikipedia:Kharkiv Commons:Category:Kharkiv Dmoz:Regional Europe Ukraine Provinces Kharkiv Oblast Kharkiv
fear of the dark spaces. After having received home education, at the age of 12, Struve started attending a gymnasium in Kharkiv and showed mathematical talents. Otto was the first child of the Struve family in Russia who attended a Russian-speaking rather than German-speaking school, and was bilingual in German and Russian. After graduating in 1914, he continued his astronomy work. In June 1914, Struve took part in preparations for observation of a total solar eclipse (August 8, 1914) and later used that experience and results for his masters degree work defended in 1919 at Kharkiv University. Wikipedia:Kharkiv Commons:Category:Kharkiv Dmoz:Regional Europe Ukraine Provinces Kharkiv Oblast Kharkiv
t h. The generator produces 20 kV 50 Hz AC power. The generator's stator is cooled by water while its rotor is cooled by hydrogen. The hydrogen for the generators is manufactured on-site by electrolysis. publisher Snpp.rosenergoatom.ru date 2008-04-30
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
Stalinist Classicism . Gas lines were installed for heating in government and later private homes. An airport was built in 1954. Following the war Kharkiv was the third largest scientific-industrial centre in the former USSR (after Moscow and Leningrad). In independent Ukraine In 2007, the Vietnamese minority in Kharkiv built the largest Buddhist temple in Europe on a 1 hectare plot with a monument to Ho Chi Minh. ref>
associated with the Malyshev Factory. KMDB started as the Tank Design Team of the Kharkiv Locomotive Factory ''Komintern'' (KhPZ, now Malyshev Factory) in 1927, in Kharkiv, Soviet Ukraine, and was responsible for the T-12 (T-12 tank) and T-24 (T-24 tank) light tanks. In the 1930s, the design team was designated as the independent T2K Tank Design Bureau, and began work on the BT tank series. In 1936 the plant was re-designated "Plant No. 183", and the design bureau "KB-190". The plant also produced small quantities of multi-turreted T-35 tanks, and had a separate design bureau (KB-35) to assist in their development. birth_date Wikipedia:Kharkiv Commons:Category:Kharkiv Dmoz:Regional Europe Ukraine Provinces Kharkiv Oblast Kharkiv
боротьби 1917–18 рр.) (Donbas and Ukraine. (From articles and declarations of Mykola Skrypnyk)) publisher Istpravda.com.ua date accessdate 2012-07-21 According to linguist George Shevelov in the early 1920s the share of secondary schools teaching in the Ukrainian language was lower than the share of the Kharkiv Oblasts ethnic Ukrainian (Ukrainians) population.past Games from the Past: The continuity and change of the identity dynamic in Donbas from a historical perspective , Södertörn University (May 19, 2014) Even though the Soviet Union had ordered that all schools in the Ukrainian SSR should be Ukrainian speaking (as part of its Ukrainization policy). Language Policy in the Soviet Union by Lenore Grenoble, Springer Science+Business Media, 2003, ISBN 978-1-4020-1298-3 (page 84) As the country's capital, it underwent intense expansion with the construction of buildings to house the newly established Ukrainian Soviet government and administration. Derzhprom was the second tallest building in Europe and the tallest in the Soviet Union at the time with a height of Wikipedia:Kharkiv Commons:Category:Kharkiv Dmoz:Regional Europe Ukraine Provinces Kharkiv Oblast 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.