Samara Oblast

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, establishing the Committee of Members of the Constituent Assembly. By July, the authority of Komuch extended over much of the area controlled by the Czechoslovak Legion. The Komuch pursued an ambivalent social policy, combining democratic and even socialist measures, such as the institution of an eight-hour working day (eight hour day), with "restorative" actions, such as returning both factories and land to their former owners. The '''Republic of Tatarstan''' ( commons:category:Samara Oblast WikiPedia:Samara Oblast


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, Omsk Oblast, Sverdlovsk Oblast, Tomsk Oblast, Tuva, Tyumen Oblast, Ulyanovsk Oblast, Yamal-Nenets, Europe In Russia censorship meant that many of Tolstoy’s non-fiction works in the 1880s and 1890s were published abroad first, either in Russian or in translation, delaying the author's influence in his country of birth. However, with Vladimir Chertkov (1854–1936) as a key promoter of Tolstoy's ideas, a movement started over the 1890s. The movement continued to grow after the writer’s death and was at its strongest in the years immediately following the revolutions of 1917 (Russian Revolution (1917)) with agricultural communities established in the provinces of Smolensk (Smolensk Oblast), Tver (Tver Oblast), Samara (Samara Oblast), Kursk (Kursk Oblast), Perm (Perm Oblast) and Kiev (Kiev Oblast). The Tolstoyan communities that proliferated between 1917 and 1921 were eventually wiped out or stripped of their independence as collectivisation (Collectivization in the Soviet Union) and ideological purges got under way in the late 1920s. Colonies, such as the Life and Labor Commune, relocated to Siberia to avoid being liquidated. Many more of their communes were burned and their members murdered by the Bolshevik government. Because they adhered to a strictly nonviolent doctrine, the members refused to fight back. thumb Mikhail Khodorkovsky (File:M.B.Khodorkovsky.jpg) in 2001 The company was created on April 15, 1993 by Resolution (Resolution (law)) №. 354 of the Russian government and consisted of the following enterprises: a Western Siberian oil extraction enterprise Yuganskneftegaz and oil refineries in Samara Oblast: Novokuybyshevsk NPZ, Kuybyshev (Samara, Russia) NPZ and Syzran NPZ (NPZ stands for NeftePererabatyvayushchy Zavod, literally "petroleum processing plant"). In 1995, decree №. 864 of the Russian government added Samaraneftegaz to Yukos. birth_date commons:category:Samara Oblast WikiPedia:Samara Oblast


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indigenous to Bashkortostan extending on both parts of the Ural mountains, on the place where Europe meets Asia. Groups of Bashkirs also live in the republic of Tatarstan, Perm Krai, Chelyabinsk (Chelyabinsk Oblast), Orenburg (Orenburg Oblast), Tyumen (Tyumen Oblast), Sverdlovsk (Sverdlovsk Oblast), Kurgan (Kurgan Oblast), Samara (Samara Oblast) and Saratov Oblasts of Russia, as well as in Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan and other

government added Samaraneftegaz to Yukos. birth_date birth_place Gvardeitsi, Samara Oblast, USSR occupation Pilot (aviator) DATE OF BIRTH March 29, 1931 PLACE OF BIRTH Gvardeitsi, Samara Oblast, Russia DATE OF DEATH Speakers Speakers of the Bashkir language mostly live in the Russian republic of Bashkortostan. Many speakers also live in Chelyabinsk (Chelyabinsk Oblast), Orenburg

Oblast Orenburg , Sverdlovsk (Sverdlovsk Oblast), Samara (Samara Oblast) and Kurgan Oblasts, Khanty–Mansia (Khanty–Mansi Autonomous Okrug), Tatarstan, and Udmurtia. Minor Bashkir minority groups also live in Kazakhstan. On March 11, 2007, elections took place for 14 regional and local legislatures. The CPRF performed very well and increased its votes in most of the territories; it came second in Oryol Oblast (23.78%), Omsk Oblast (22.58%), Pskov Oblast


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population live

half of the Moksha population live in the autonomous republic of Mordovia, Russian Federation (Russia), in the basin of the Volga River. The rest are scattered over the Russian oblasts of Samara (Samara Oblast), Penza (Penza Oblast), Orenburg (Orenburg Oblast), as well as Tatarstan, Siberia, Far East, Armenia, Estonia, Australia and USA. * the '''Erzya people''' or '''Erzyans''', (Erzya (Erzya language): Эрзят ''Erzyat''), speakers of the Erzya language. Less than half of the Erzyans live in the autonomous republic of Mordovia, Russian Federation (Russia), Sura River and Volga River. The rest are scattered over the Russian oblasts of Samara (Samara Oblast), Penza (Penza Oblast), Orenburg (Orenburg Oblast), as well as Tatarstan, Chuvashia (Chuvashia Republic), Bashkortostan, Siberia, Far East, Armenia and USA. * the '''Moksha people (Mokshas)''' or '''Mokshans''', (Moksha (Moksha language): Мокшет ''Mokshet''), speakers of the Moksha language. Less than half of the Moksha population live in the autonomous republic of Mordovia, Russian Federation (Russia), in the basin of the Volga River. The rest are scattered over the Russian oblasts of Samara (Samara Oblast), Penza (Penza Oblast), Orenburg (Orenburg Oblast), as well as Tatarstan, Siberia, Far East, Armenia, Estonia, Australia and USA. *the Shoksha or Tengushev Mordvins constitute a transitional group between the Erzya and Moksha people and live in the southern part of Republic of Mordovia, in the Tengushevsk and Torbeevsk region. Others are scattered (2002) over the Russian oblasts of Samara (Samara Oblast) (116,475), Penza (Penza Oblast) (86,370), Orenburg (Orenburg Oblast) (68,880) and Nizhni Novgorod (Nizhny Novgorod Oblast) (36,705), Ulyanovsk (Ulyanovsk Oblast) (61,100), Saratov (Saratov Oblast) (23,380), Moscow (22,850), Tatarstan (28,860), Chuvashia (Chuvashia Republic) (18,686), Bashkortostan (31,932) , Siberia (65,650), Russian Far East (29,265). commons:category:Samara Oblast WikiPedia:Samara Oblast


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of the Energia Engineer Group 9 on 26 March 1987. His basic cosmonaut training was from December 1987 through to July 1989. He retired as a cosmonaut on 14 February 2003. When the Prussian government eliminated exemption from military service on religious grounds, the remaining Mennonites were eager to emigrate to Russia. They were offered land along the Volga River in Samara (Samara Oblast) and exemption from military service for twenty years, after which they could pay a special


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, Samara (Samara Oblast), and Orenburg Oblasts, and with the Mari El (Mari El Republic), Udmurt (Udmurt Republic), and Chuvash Republics, as well as with the Republic of Bashkortostan. The unofficial Tatarstan motto is: ''Bez Buldırabız!'' (''We can!''). news view 10232 Президент Татарстанның милли идеясен - "Булдырабыз!" дип билгеләде Population: 3,786,488 ( Russian Census (2010


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Ilya Bryzgalov 188 88 06 22 80 Samara Oblast Mighty Ducks of Anaheim - - G Ilya Bryzgalov 188 88 06 22 80 Samara Oblast Mighty Ducks of Anaheim - On March 28, 2010, the following changes were introduced, which, in particular, led to abolition of two of the eleven time zones. *The Udmurt Republic (Udmurtia) and Samara Oblast started using Moscow Time, thus eliminating Samara Time (MSK+1 or UTC+4 without DST). ref name

Samara Oblast

'''Samara Oblast''' (

In 1936–1990, it was known as '''Kuybyshev Oblast''' ( ), after the Soviet name of Samara (Kuybyshev).

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