Lysychansk

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extensive natural

the produced gas. In 1940, experimental plants were built in Lysychansk and Tula (Tula, Russia). After World War II, the Soviet activities culminated in the operation of five industrial-scale UCG plants in the early the 1960s. However, Soviet activities subsequently declined due to the discovery of extensive natural gas resources. In 1964, the Soviet program was downgraded. only Angren site in Uzbekistan

in the operation of five industrial-scale UCG plants in the early the 1960s. However, Soviet activities subsequently declined due to the discovery of extensive natural gas resources. In 1964, the Soviet program was downgraded. only Angren site in Uzbekistan and Yuzhno-Abinsk site in Russia continued operations.


special school

" * Child Care №12 "Катруся" * Child Care №13 "Ромашка" * Child Care №14 "Теремок" * Child Care "Колосок" Schools * Comprehensive School І-ІІІ levels №2 * Comprehensive School І-ІІІ levels №3 * Comprehensive School І-ІІІ levels №4 * Comprehensive School І-ІІІ levels №5 * Special School І-ІІІ levels № 8 * Comprehensive School І-ІІ


educational complex

levels №9 * Comprehensive School І-ІІІ levels №12 * Comprehensive School І-ІІІ levels №13 * Comprehensive School І-ІІІ levels №14 * Comprehensive School І-ІІ levels №18 * Comprehensive School І-ІІ levels №24 * Comprehensive School І-ІІІ levels №26 * Comprehensive School І-ІІІ levels №27 * Comprehensive School І-ІІІ levels №30 * Educational

Complex School I-II levels - Lyceum "Гарант" * Lysychansk Lyceum * Lysychansk Multidisciplinary Gymnasium Basic * Vocational Technical School № 51 * Higher Vocational School № 94 * Lysychansk Medical School * Lysychansk Professional Building Lyceum * Lysychansk Professional Commercial and Culinary


previous family

: www.warheroes.ru hero hero.asp?Hero_id 1089 However, according to the Soviet Major General Pyotr Grigorenko Voroshilov himself was pointing out to his Ukrainian heritage and previous family name of ''Voroshilo''. Pyotr Grigorenko. ''"В ПОДПОЛЬЕ МОЖНО ВСТРЕТИТЬ ТОЛЬКО КРЫС..." (In the underground one may find only rats...)''. Institute "Open society" - Cooperation and Association Fund "Liberty Road". 1981 (Cover of the book) Voroshilov joined the Bolshevik faction of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party in 1905. Following the Russian Revolution of 1917, Voroshilov became a member of the Ukrainian Council of People's Commissars (Council of People's Commissars (Ukraine)) and Commissar for Internal Affairs along with Vasili Averin. He was well known for aiding Joseph Stalin in the Military Council (led by Leon Trotsky), having become closely associated with Stalin during the Red Army's 1918 defense of Tsaritsyn. Voroshilov was instrumental as a commander of the Southern Front during the Russian Civil War and the Polish-Soviet War while with the 1st Cavalry Army. As Political Commissar serving co-equally with Stalin, Voroshilov was responsible for the morale of the 1st Cavalry Army, whose men were composed chiefly of peasants from southern Russia. Brown, Stephen. "Communists and the Red Cavalry: The Political Education of the Konarmiia in the Russian Civil War, 1918–20" The Slavonic and East European Review, Vol. 73, No. 1 (Jan. 1995), p. 88 Voroshilov's efforts as Commissar did not prevent a resounding defeat at the Battle of Komarów or regular outbreaks of murderous anti-Semitic violence within the Cavalry army's ranks. Barmine, Alexander, ''One Who Survived'', New York: G.P. Putnam (1945), footnote, p. 21 DATE OF BIRTH 4 February 1881 PLACE OF BIRTH Lysychansk, Russian Empire DATE OF DEATH 2 December 1969 Important cities within the oblast include: Alchevsk, Antratsyt, Bryanka, Kirovsk (Kirovsk, Ukraine), Krasnyi Luch, Krasnodon, Lysychansk, Luhansk, Pervomaisk (Pervomaisk, Luhansk Oblast), Rovenky, Rubizhne, Sverdlovsk (Sverdlovsk, Ukraine), Syeverodonetsk, Stakhanov (Stakhanov, Ukraine). thumb 140px View of the Pechenga Reservoir (File:Pechenezhskoe vodochranilishe.jpg) from space The flow is slow, between only Angren site in Uzbekistan and Yuzhno-Abinsk site in Russia continued operations.


quot power

, Square at DC). * Palace of Culture. Vladimir Nikolaevich Sosyury with a mosaic mural on the theme "Power to the Soviets" and "Astronaut" (Glass-district). * Claw lake and Recreation area only Angren site in Uzbekistan and Yuzhno-Abinsk site in Russia continued operations.


work world

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technical

Lysychanskvuhillya * Lysychansk Factory of Technical Textiles * Lysychansk Gelatin Plant * Lysychansk Engineering Works * Lysychansk Brewery * Lysychansk Plant of Reinforced Concrete * Lysychansk Factory of Christmas Tree Decorations * Lysychansk Factory of Garment Companies that are under construction: * Lysychansk Refinery Plant * Lysychansk Soda Plant → Lysychansk

Complex School I-II levels - Lyceum "Гарант" * Lysychansk Lyceum * Lysychansk Multidisciplinary Gymnasium Basic * Vocational Technical School № 51 * Higher Vocational School № 94 * Lysychansk Medical School * Lysychansk Professional Building Lyceum * Lysychansk Professional Commercial and Culinary

Lyceum * Lysychansk Professional Mining and Industrial Lyceum Higher * Lysychansk Taras Shevchenko Pedagogical College * Lysychansk Mountain College * Lysychansk Petrochemical College * Lysychansk Branch Donbas State Technical University (Donbas State Technical University) * Luhansk State University of Internal Affairs Lysychansk of teaching and counseling center Luhansk State


complex school

Complex School I-II levels - Lyceum "Гарант" * Lysychansk Lyceum * Lysychansk Multidisciplinary Gymnasium Basic * Vocational Technical School № 51 * Higher Vocational School № 94 * Lysychansk Medical School * Lysychansk Professional Building Lyceum * Lysychansk Professional Commercial and Culinary


professional+building

Complex School I-II levels - Lyceum "Гарант" * Lysychansk Lyceum * Lysychansk Multidisciplinary Gymnasium Basic * Vocational Technical School № 51 * Higher Vocational School № 94 * Lysychansk Medical School * Lysychansk Professional Building Lyceum * Lysychansk Professional Commercial and Culinary


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only Angren site in Uzbekistan and Yuzhno-Abinsk site in Russia continued operations.

Lysychansk

'''Lysychansk''' ( ) is a city in the Luhansk Oblast (region (Oblast)) of Ukraine. The city is designated as its own separate raion (district) within the oblast, and is located on the high right bank of the Seversky Donets River, approximately 90 km from the oblast capital, Luhansk.

In 1952, Lysychansk became the regional center. The present borders of Lysychansk were finalized by the mid-1960s.

* In 1962 the city of Severodonetsk separated from Lysychansk and became its own independent city. * In 1963 towns of Novodruzhesk and Pryvillia were included in the city limits of Lysychansk and became cities. * In 1965 Lysychansk incorporated the cities of Verkhnye and Proletarsk.

Now, the administration of the Lysychansk Municipality includes cities: * Novodruzhesk * Pryvillia

Together with the cities of Severodonetsk, Rubizhne, Kreminna and the nearest towns, the Lysychansk area constitutes a major urban and industrialized hub of the Donets basin area, with a population of about 353,000 (2009).

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