Kiev

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print circulation was 57,000. It offers political analysis, original interviews, and opinions on 32 pages. Originally published in Russian, since 2002 it was fully translated for the Ukrainian edition. Also, since 2001, the main articles are also published in an online English-language (English language) version. All three language editions and the archives are freely available online. foundation March 1993 location Kiev, Ukraine key_people The '''UNIAN''' or '''Ukrainian Independent Information Agency''' ( Commons:Category:Kiev WikiPedia:Kiev Dmoz:Regional Europe Ukraine Provinces Kyiv Oblast Kyiv


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taking strong public positions against antisemitism. He wrote in Russian even during his many years abroad. Fighting soon resumed however, after an unsuccessful assassination attempt against Boleslaw, which he believed had been ordered by Henry (who denied the charge) occurred soon after the peace was concluded. Boleslaw took control of Bohemia (having previously acquired Moravia and Slovakia). In the ensuing struggle Boleslaw allied himself with the Holy Roman Empire's noble opposition


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pioneer palace

Queen.jpg thumb DQ (DQ (artist)) at Helsinki (2007 (Eurovision Song Contest 2007)) The predecessors of Young Pioneer Palaces were established during 1920th-30th in Moscow and were later organized in Leningrad (Saint Petersburg), Sverdlovsk (Yekaterinburg), Tbilisi, Kiev, Irkutsk and other cities and towns of the Soviet Union. The first Young Pioneer Palace was established in Kharkov in the former House of Noble assembly on the 6th September 1935 http

Palace was one of the most well-known Young Pioneer Palaces of the Soviet Union. Newly built ones were constructed in the architectural style of ancient palaces until the late 1950s, when new architectural styles began to be introduced. Two of the largest Young Pioneer Palaces were built in the new style: ''Moscow Palace of Young Pioneers'', built in 1959-1963, and ''Kiev Young Pioneer Palace'', built in 1965. Since then the four founders have franchised the ''In Your Pocket'' guides, which cover key tourist cities as well as obscure off-beat destinations such as Athens, Belfast, Berlin, Brașov, Bucharest, Český Krumlov, Derry, Dublin, Dubrovnik, Frankfurt, Gdańsk, Gdynia, Haapsalu, Kaliningrad, Kaunas, Kiev, Klaipėda, Korça, Kraków, Leipzig, Liepāja, Ljubljana, Łódź, Lviv, Minsk, Moscow, Narva, Odessa, Palanga, Pärnu, Peć, Poiana Brașov, Poznań, Prague, Pristina, Prizren, Riga, Rijeka, 's-Hertogenbosch, Shkodra, Šiauliai, Sofia, Sopot, Saint Petersburg, Tallinn, Tarnów, Tartu, Tirana, Utrecht, Vilnius, Warsaw, Wrocław, Zadar, Zagreb and Zürich. birth_date Commons:Category:Kiev WikiPedia:Kiev Dmoz:Regional Europe Ukraine Provinces Kyiv Oblast Kyiv


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to the United States where he was active in various Ukrainian emigre scholarly institutions such as the Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in the US and the Ukrainian Historical Association. From 1968 to 1970, he was a Visiting Professor of History at Harvard University. Life and career Polonska-Vasylenko studied history under Mitrofan Dovnar-Zapol'skiy at Kiev University and from 1912 was a member of the Kiev-based Historical Society of Nestor the Chronicler. From 1916, she was a lecturer at Kiev University and Director of its archeological museum. During the 1920s, the most liberal years of Soviet rule, she was a professor at the Kiev Institutes of Geography, Archeology, and Art, and a Research Associate at the All-Ukrainian Academy of Sciences (VUAN). She witnessed, but survived the Joseph Stalin purges of the 1930s and was a member of the reorganized and Sovietized academy from 1937 to 1941. In 1940, she received her doctorate and became a professor at Kiev University. During the German occupation, she directed the Kiev Central Archive of Old Documents and worked in Kiev City Administration, was responsible for renaming of streets and consulted Kiev Archive Museum of Transitional Period (dedicated to achievements of German occupation and crimes of Communists). As the tide of the war turned against the Germans, she fled west, first to Lviv, then to Prague, and finally to Bavaria. She was a Professor at the Ukrainian Free University in Prague (1944–45), and moved together with this institution to Munich where she continued to teach until her death in 1973. In the 1960s, she took an active part in the establishment of the American-Based Ukrainian Historical Association and was its Vice-president from 1965. After refusing offers from the Universities in Kiev and Warsaw, he accepted a professorship at the newly established Russian University in Odessa (Odessa University). After becoming Russian citizen and a public servant in 1869, he gave his introductory lecture in Odessa in 1870. His most notable success in Odessa was the foundation of the Slavic Library, while as a professor, he didn't have much success because already in 1871 he caused (as it later turned out - orchestrated) mass student protests. Austrian press wrote that Bogišić "being a Serb was called to Odessa only due to panslavic respect" Zimmermann, 1962 (#Zimmermann), p. 142 and in reality was not welcomed in Russia. He continued teaching but without the previous enthusiasm. When his request for early retirement was denied, he tried to spend as much time on study trips so he even studied, on sight, legal customs at the Caucasus. He officially remained a professor of the Odessa University but already in 1873, following the orders of the czar, as a Russian subject, he left for Montenegro with a task to codify private law. Other commemorations *Repose of Elder Jonah, founder of Holy Trinity Monastery in Kiev (1902) The Akademie's Music Library Itzig's daughter (and hence Felix's great-aunt) Sarah Levy (1761-1854), a fine keyboard player who had been taught by Wilhelm Friedemann Bach, played concerti by Bach and others in many Akademie concerts and at Zelter's "Ripienschule" in the period 1806-1815. Her large collection of manuscripts of music of the Bach family, together with many others acquired by Abraham Mendelssohn from the widow of C. P. E. Bach, were left to the Akademie. Zelter also had a fine collection of Bach and Bach family manuscripts which he gave to the Akademie. By these means it acquired one of the finest collections of Bachiana in the world. The collection was looted by the Red Army in 1945 and hidden in the Kiev Conservatory, but was returned to Germany after its rediscovery in 2000. (See link for the story). Today, the collection is temporarily housed in the music section of the Berlin State Library (Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin). The Netherlands has won the contest once - in 2009 (Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2009) Ralf Mackenbach went on to victory at the 2009 Contest in Kiev, Ukraine with his song "Click Clack", beating runners-up Russia and Armenia by just five points. This was the Netherlands' first win at any Eurovision Contest since the Eurovision Song Contest 1975. Commons:Category:Kiev WikiPedia:Kiev Dmoz:Regional Europe Ukraine Provinces Kyiv Oblast Kyiv


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Early life David Bronstein was born in Bila Tserkva, Ukraine, to a Jewish mother and father. Growing up in a poor family, he learned chess at age six from his grandfather. As a youth in Kiev, he was trained by the renowned International Master Alexander Konstantinopolsky. He finished second in the Kiev Championship when he was only 15, and achieved the Soviet Master title at age 16 for his second-place result in the 1940 Ukrainian Chess Championship, behind Isaac Boleslavsky, with whom he became close friends both on and off the chessboard. He would later go on to marry Boleslavsky's daughter, Tatiana, in 1984. *Khmelnytskyi Oblast: from the city Khmelnytskyi


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significant difference is that the city is considered as a region of Ukraine (see Regions of Ukraine). It is the only city that has double jurisdiction. The Head of City State Administration (Chief of Local State Administration (Ukraine)) — the city's governor, is appointed by the President of Ukraine, while the Head of the City Council — the Mayor of Kiev, is elected by a local popular vote. The current Mayor of Kiev is Vitali Klitschko who was sworn in on 5 June 2014; Vitali Klitschko sworn in as Kyiv mayor, Interfax-Ukraine (5 June 2014) after he had won the 25 May 2014 Kiev mayoral elections (Kiev local election, 2014) with almost 57% of the votes. Klitschko officially announced as winner of Kyiv mayor election, Interfax-Ukraine (4 June 2014) Since 25 June 2014 Klitschko is also Head of Kiev City Administration. Poroshenko appoints Klitschko head of Kyiv city administration - decree, Interfax-Ukraine (25 June 2014) Poroshenko orders Klitschko to bring title of best European capital back to Kyiv, Interfax-Ukraine (25 June 2014) Most important buildings of the national government (Cabinet of Ukraine, Verkhovna Rada, others) are located along vulytsia Mykhaila Hrushevskoho (Mykhailo Hrushevsky Street (Hrushevskoho Street)) and vulytsia Instytutska (Institute Street). That portion of the city is also unofficially known as the government quarter ( Commons:Category:Kiev WikiPedia:Kiev Dmoz:Regional Europe Ukraine Provinces Kyiv Oblast Kyiv


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in Kiev and Donetsk are nearly full for matches between the two teams and are the main football events within the country. The other rivalry with Metalurh Donetsk is local and, although not as significant as games against the rivals from the capital, the games between the two Donetsk teams have been proclaimed the Donetsk Derby. After the victory at Kursk, Konev's armies retook Belgorod, Odessa, Kharkiv and Kiev. The subsequent Korsun–Shevchenkovsky Offensive led to the Battle of the Korsun-Cherkassy Pocket (Korsun–Shevchenkovsky Offensive) which took place from 24 January to 16 February 1944. The offensive was part of the Dnieper–Carpathian Offensive. In it, the 1st and 2nd Ukrainian Fronts, commanded, respectively, by Nikolai Vatutin and Konev, trapped German forces of Army Group South in a pocket or cauldron west of the Dnieper river. During weeks of fighting, the two Red Army Fronts tried to eradicate the pocket; the subsequent Korsun battle (Korsun–Shevchenkovsky Offensive) eliminated the cauldron. In 1894, Kotelnikov graduated from the Kiev Military School. In 1911, he created his first parachute RK-1 (which stands for '''R'''antseviy (knapsack) '''K'''otelnikova (by Kotelnikov), '''1'''st model), that was successfully employed in 1914 during the World War I. Later on, Kotelnikov significantly improved the design of his parachute, creating new models, including RK-2 with a softer knapsack, RK-3, and a few cargo parachutes, all of which would be adopted by the Soviet Air Force. In exile After their father's death, the three brothers were obliged to leave the country. Fleeing first to Bohemia, they continued to Poland where Béla settled down, while his brothers, Levente and Andre (Andrew I of Hungary) continued on, settling in Kiev. In Poland, Béla served King Mieszko II Lambert of Poland and took part in the king's campaigns against the pagan Pomeran (Pomerania) tribes. He gained the epithet "the Champion" in these campaigns. Some chronicles even claim that when a Pomeranian chief challenged Mieszko to single combat, Béla took up the challenge in the king's name. He became a successful military leader, and the king gave his daughter Her name is unknown. Some authors, without sources, gave her name as Rixa. Nowadays it is supposed that she was called Adelaide, see K. Jasiński, ''Rodowód pierwszych Piastów'', Wrocław - Warszawa (1992). in marriage to him. He may have been baptized just before his marriage, and his Christian name was Adalbert. After his marriage, he probably lived in Poland during the time of the ''interregnum'' (People's uprising in Poland) when his brother-in-law, King Casimir I of Poland was obliged to leave the country. isbn 9781579582821 page 39 was Metropolitan (metropolitan bishop) of Kiev and all Russia (since 1354), and presided over the Moscow government during Dmitrii Donskoi (Dmitry Donskoy)'s minority. thumb right 200 Isidore's Sluzebnik liturgical book (File:Isidore of Kiev Liturgical Book.jpg) In 1437, Isidore was appointed Metropolitan of Kiev and Moscow and all Rus' (Rus' people) by Emperor John VIII Palaeologus to draw the Russian Orthodox Church into communion with the Roman Catholic Church and secure Constantinople's protection against the invading Ottoman Turks. Grand Prince Vasili II met the new Metropolitan with hostility. However, Isidore managed to persuade the Grand Prince to ally with Catholicism for the sake of saving the Byzantine Empire and the Orthodox Church of Constantinople. - Ukrainian SSR Зірка ''Little Star'' Kiev Ukrainian (Ukrainian language) 1925 - - Ukrainian SSR Юный ленинец ''Young Leninist'' Kiev Russian (Russian language) 1922 - Commons:Category:Kiev WikiPedia:Kiev Dmoz:Regional Europe Ukraine Provinces Kyiv Oblast Kyiv


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to Mikhail Kalinin, the chairman of the Central Executive Committee of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic (VTsIK), arguing for Mosolov's release citing his turn towards realism, his "outstanding creative ability," and the fact that neither teacher had seen in Mosolov any anti-Soviet disposition. On July 15, 1938, Mosolov's sentence was commuted to a five-year exile—he could not live in Moscow, Leningrad, or Kiev until 1942. Sitsky (#Sitsky94), "Man of Steel," p. 64. His quick release, having only served eight months of his eight year sentence, was possible because he had been imprisoned not on political charges but on an overblown accusation of "hooliganism" brought by Mosolov's enemies in the Composers' Union. Taruskin (#Taruskin01), ''Defining Russia Musically'', p. 92n19. DATE OF BIRTH August 11, 1900 PLACE OF BIRTH Kiev, Russian Empire DATE OF DEATH July 11, 1973 Oxford was educated at Farleigh School, Ampleforth College and at Balliol College Oxford (Oxford University). He joined Her Majesty's Diplomatic Service in 1980 and remained a serving diplomat until 1997. As well as postings in London at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and the Cabinet Office, he served as First Secretary at the embassy in Moscow from 1983-5, and Counsellor at the embassy in Kiev from 1992-7. Oxford was made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in 1992. Other members of his family to have served as British diplomats include his father, his brother Dominic Asquith (currently British Ambassador to Egypt), and his maternal grandfather Sir Michael Palairet. In May 2010, Mahmood exposed World Snooker Champion John Higgins (John Higgins (snooker player)) and his agent Pat Mooney for apparently agreeing to fix the outcome of future individual frames which would not necessarily alter the course of a match. Meeting in a hotel room in Kiev, Ukraine on the morning of Friday 30 April, where Higgins and his manager had travelled after his exit from the 2010 World Championship, to ostensibly meet the undercover ''News of the World'' team the newspaper described as men posing as businessmen interested in organising a series of events linked to the World Series of Snooker. In video, it is alleged that Higgins and Mooney had agreed to throw four frames in four separate tournaments in exchange for a €300,000 total payment. Commons:Category:Kiev WikiPedia:Kiev Dmoz:Regional Europe Ukraine Provinces Kyiv Oblast Kyiv


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; born 1570 in Kulchyntsi (Sambir Raion) – March 20, 1622 in Kiev), was a Hetman of (Hetmans of Ukrainian Cossacks) Registered Cossacks and the Kosh Otaman (leader) of Zaporozhian Host from 1601–1618, Petro Sahaidachny at the Handbook of the History of Ukraine a brilliant military leader both on land and sea. While being a Cossack Hetman, he transformed the Cossack Host into a regular military

Kiev

'''Kiev''' ( making Kiev the 8th largest city in Europe (Largest cities in Europe).

Kiev is an important industrial, scientific (science), educational, and cultural (culture) centre of Eastern Europe. It is home to many high-tech (High tech) industries, higher education institutions and world-famous historical landmarks. The city has an extensive infrastructure and highly developed system of public transport, including the Kiev Metro.

The city's name is said to derive from the name of Kyi (Kyi, Schek and Khoryv), one of its four legendary founders (see Name (Kiev#Name), below). During its history (History of Kiev), Kiev, one of the oldest cities in Eastern Europe, passed through several stages of great prominence and relative obscurity. The city probably existed as a commercial centre as early as the 5th century. A Slavic (Slavs) settlement on the great trade route between Scandinavia and Constantinople, Kiev was a tributary of the Khazars, Columbia Encyclopedia, article Kiev until seized by the Varangians (Vikings) in the mid-9th century. Under Varangian rule, the city became a capital of the Kievan Rus', the first East Slavic (East Slavs) state. Completely destroyed during the Mongol invasion (Mongol invasion of Rus') in 1240, the city lost most of its influence for the centuries to come. It was a provincial capital of marginal importance in the outskirts of the territories controlled by its powerful neighbours; first the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, followed by Poland (Crown of the Kingdom of Poland) and Russia (Russian Empire).

The city prospered again during the Russian Empire's Industrial Revolution in the late 19th century. In 1917, after the Ukrainian National Republic declared independence from the Russian Empire, Kiev became its capital. From 1919 Kiev was an important center of the Armed Forces of South Russia and was controlled by the White Army. From 1921 onwards Kiev was a city of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic, which was proclaimed by the Red Army, and, from 1934, Kiev was its capital. During World War II (Eastern Front (World War II)), the city again suffered significant damage, but quickly recovered in the post-war years, remaining the third largest city of the Soviet Union.

Following the collapse of the Soviet Union (Collapse of the Soviet Union (1985–1991)) and Ukrainian independence (History of Ukraine) in 1991, Kiev remained the capital of Ukraine and experienced a steady migration influx of ethnic Ukrainians from other regions of the country. Electronic Bulletin "Your Choice - 2012". Issue 4: Batkivshchyna, Ukrainian Center for Independent Political Research (24 October 2012) Ukraine's Party System in Transition? The Rise of the Radically Right-Wing All-Ukrainian Association "Svoboda" by Andreas Umland, Centre for Geopolitical Studies (1 May 2011)

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