Omsk

What is Omsk known for?


production history

with four 37 mm AA guns, to the Technical Council of the Ministry of Transport. However, the project did not proceed due to the desire to concentrate attention on the newest tank chassis available. Production history Although the vehicle entered service in 1955 and in the same year the No. 174 Works located in Omsk began producing the hulls and turrets, the first vehicles were completed in 1957 ref name "


military medical

in 1904. The following year, he entered a military medical academy, but was expelled in 1906 for controversial political activities. Revolutionary career Between 1906-14 Kuybyshev performed subversive activities for the Bolsheviks throughout the Empire, for which he was exiled to Narym in Siberia where—together with Yakov Sverdlov—he set up a local Bolshevik organization. In May 1912 he fled and returned to Omsk, where he was arrested the next month, and imprisoned for a year


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punk , аnd psychedelic rock in later period, band Grazhdanskaya Oborona (Civil Defense). He also formed the collective collage band "Communism", and played with punk legend Yanka Dyagileva. Yegor Letov was cofounder of National Bolshevik Party. Yegor Letov died in his sleep on 19 February 2008 at his home in Omsk.news show 5805 Cult Rock Musician Egor Letov Died, 19.02.2008


music popular

rock music, which takes its roots both in the Western rock and roll and heavy metal (heavy metal music), and in traditions of the Russian bards (Bard (Soviet Union)) of Soviet era, like Vladimir Vysotsky and Bulat Okudzhava. Saint-Petersburg (former Leningrad), Yekaterinburg (former Sverdlovsk) and Omsk became the main centers of development of the rock music. Popular Russian rock groups include Mashina Vremeni, Slot (Slot (Russian band)), DDT (band) DDT


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that reason guides everything, and reason is not the ultimate guiding principle for history or mankind (human). After his 1849 exile to the city of Omsk, Siberia, Dostoyevsky focused on questions of suffering and despair (wiktionary:despair) in many of his works. On July 10, 1938, Hughes set another record by completing a flight around the world in just 91 hours (3 days, 19 hours), beating the previous record by more than four hours. Taking off from New York City, he continued


set political

, did not acknowledge any authority but their own. Consequently, the White movement had no set political leanings: members could be monarchists, republicans, Kenez, “The Ideology of the White Movement,” 59. rightists, Kadets (Kadet), etc. Kenez, Peter, Civil War, 90. Among White Army leaders, neither General Lavr Kornilov nor General Anton Denikin were monarchists, yet General Pyotr Nikolayevich


vast political

and Temple, who defined it as "the two great administrative divisions of West and East Siberia, whose capitals are Omsk and Irkutsk respectively". It was, according to them "one vast political system, comprising nearly one-third of the whole continent, and, with a few trifling exceptions, directly administered by Russia".


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century construction

-Siberian route, such as Novosibirsk or Omsk. In the second half of the 20th century, construction of rail links to Labytnangi, Tobolsk, and the oil and gas cities of Surgut, and Nizhnevartovsk provided more railheads, but did not diminish the importance of the waterways for reaching places still not served by the rail. The main route of the Trans-Siberian originates in Moscow at Yaroslavsky Vokzal (Yaroslavsky Rail Terminal), runs through Yaroslavl


oil lead

, on its way to the Aral Sea. Also, an oil pipeline runs from Turkmenabat, Turkmenistan to Omsk, Russia (where it connects with a larger, Siberian pipeline) through South Kazakhstan. Oil (Crude oil), lead and zinc are refined in Shymkent. thumb Consulate-General of Indonesia in Houston (Image:IndonesiaConsulateHouston.JPG) is Indonesia's representation in Houston, Texas, United States Image:Consulate of Kazakhstan in Omsk.jpg thumb

Omsk

'''Omsk''' (

During the Imperial (Russian Empire) era, Omsk was the seat of the Governor General of Western Siberia, and later of the Governor General of the Steppes. For a brief period during the Russian Civil War in 1918–1920, it served as the capital of the anti-Bolshevik Russian State (Siberian Republic) and held the imperial gold reserves.

Omsk is the administrative center of the Siberian Cossack Host (Siberian Cossacks). It also serves as the see (episcopal see) of the bishop of Omsk and Tara (Tara, Omsk Oblast), as well as the administrative seat of the Imam of Siberia.

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