Novorossiysk

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website_ref date May 2010 '''Novorossiysk''' ( History File:Novo-2010-08-27-043.jpg thumb left Overview of Novorossiysk

Content&pa showpage&pid 10 From 1722, the bay was commanded by the Ottoman fortress of '''Sujuk-Qale''' or Soğucak. After the coastline was ceded to Russia in 1829 as a result of the Russo-Turkish War (Russo-Turkish War, 1828-1829), admirals Mikhail Lazarev and Nikolay Raevsky (Nikolay Raevsky the Younger) founded an eastern base for the Black Sea Fleet on the shore in 1838. Named after the province of Novorossiya, the port formed a vital link in the chain of forts known

as the Black Sea Coastal Line, which stretched south to Sochi. thumb "A Map of The Caucasian Isthmus". Designed and drawn by J. Grassl, 1856. (File:Karte des Kaukasischen Isthmus - Entworfen und gezeichnet von J-Grassl - 1856.jpg) During the rest of the 19th century, Novorossiysk developed rapidly. It was granted city status in 1866 and became the capital of the Black Sea Governorate, the smallest in the Russian Empire, in 1896. In December 1905, the city was the seat


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by the Ankara government were assigned to this Directorate. The Directorate of Naval Affairs was extremely successful in organizing local surface units and volunteers and in forming an intelligence network to discover the movements of the enemy ships. As a result, logistic transportation was carried out effectively. The Turkish Grand National Assembly (Grand National Assembly of Turkey) in Ankara made an agreement


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of the civil war, Wrangel's fleet, a White fleet, moved to Bizerta in French Tunisia, where it was interned. The Second World War After the beginning of the Second World War (Eastern Front (World War II)), many sailors and naval guns were detached to reinforce the Red Army; these reassigned naval forces participated with every major action on the Eastern Front. Soviet naval personnel had especially significant roles on land in the battles for Battle of Odessa (1941) Odessa


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to be a dark event for the White Army. About 40,000 men were evacuated by Russian and Allied ships from Novorossiysk to Crimea, without horses or any heavy equipment, while about 20,000 men were left behind and either dispersed or captured by the Red Army. Biking thumb Putin on a Tricycle trike (File:Putin trike 2011.jpeg), leading Russian bikers on the international show in Novorossiysk, 2011 (see the video (:File:Vladimir Putin biking in Novorossiysk.ogv)). In July 2010 Putin


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generated title -- Finally, on 29 October, the point of no return was reached when Admiral Souchon took ''Goeben'', ''Breslau'' and a squadron of Turkish warships into the Black Sea and raided the Russian ports of Novorossiysk, Odessa and Sevastopol. For 25 minutes, ''Goeben''′s main and secondary guns fired on Sevastopol. In reply, two blew a pair


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Kaspersky''' (Russian: '''Евгений Валентинович Касперский''', '''Yevgeniy Valentinovich Kasperskiy'''; born October 4, 1965 in Novorossiysk, USSR) is a specialist in the information security field. He has written articles on computer virology (computer virus) and speaks regularly at security seminars and conferences. In 1997 Kaspersky co-founded the Kaspersky Lab, a developer of secure content & threat management systems and the world’s largest privately held vendor of software


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Bolsheviks. Phenix, p. 128; Vorres, p. 159 An imperial bodyguard, Timofei Yatchik, guided them to his hometown, the large Cossack village of Novominskaya. In a rented five-roomed farmhouse there, Olga gave birth to her second son, Guri Nikolaevich, on 23 April 1919. Phenix, p. 129 He was named after a friend of hers, Guri Panayev, who was killed while serving in the Akhtyrsky Regiment during World War I. In November 1919, the family set out on what would be their last journey through Russia. Just ahead of revolutionary troops, they escaped to Novorossiysk, and took refuge in the residence of the Danish consul, Thomas Schytte, who informed them of the Dowager Empress's safe arrival in Denmark. Kulikovsky-Romanoff, p. 5 After a brief stay with the consul, the family were shipped to a refugee camp on the island of Büyükada in the Dardanelles Strait near Istanbul, Turkey, where Olga, her husband and children shared three rooms with eleven other adults. Phenix, p. 132 After two weeks, they were evacuated to Belgrade in the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes where she was visited by Regent Alexander Karageorgevich, later King Alexander I of Yugoslavia. Alexander offered the Grand Duchess and her family a permanent home, but Olga was summoned to Denmark by her mother. On Good Friday 1920, Olga and her family arrived in Copenhagen. They lived with the Dowager Empress Marie, at first at the Amalienborg Palace and then at the royal estate of Hvidøre (Hvidøre (building)), where Olga acted as her mother's secretary and companion. Vorres, pp. 167–171 In 2001, the partners opened a US$2.7 billion, wikipedia:Novorossiysk


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at Devonport (HMNB Devonport), but was briefly recommissioned in 1929. On 22 August 1931 the ship was sold for scrap at Morecambe. *'''June 4''': In a unanimous vote, the United Nations Security Council renews for another 180-day period its "oil for food" (Oil for food) initiative with Iraq. Under the resolution, Iraq may sell $2 billion worth of oil to buy food, medicine and other necessities to alleviate civilian suffering under the sanctions imposed


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to be a dark event for the White Army. About 40,000 men were evacuated by Russian and Allied ships from Novorossiysk to Crimea, without horses or any heavy equipment, while about 20,000 men were left behind and either dispersed or captured by the Red Army. Biking thumb Putin on a Tricycle trike (File:Putin trike 2011.jpeg), leading Russian bikers on the international show in Novorossiysk, 2011 (see the video (:File:Vladimir Putin biking in Novorossiysk.ogv)). In July 2010 Putin appeared at a Russian-Ukrainian Orthodox (Russian Orthodox Church) Bikers (Outlaw motorcycle club) festival in Sevastopol, Ukraine, riding a Harley-Davidson tricycle. The high council of Russian bikers movements unanimously voted to elevate him into a Hells Angel (Hells Angels) range with the nickname of Abaddon. The nickname is probably influenced by angel of death and destruction ''Abadonna'' in Mikhail Bulgakov's The Master and Margarita novel. wikipedia:Novorossiysk


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and Sea of Azov Novorossiysk, Rostov-on-Don, Sochi, Tuapse. South Russia 1920 By the beginning of 1920, the main body of the Armed Forces of South Russia was rapidly retreating towards the Don, to Rostov. Denikin hoped to hold the crossings of the Don, rest and reform his troops. But the White Army was not able to hold the Don area, and at the end of February 1920 started a retreat across Kuban towards Novorossiysk. Slipshod evacuation of Novorossiysk proved

involved in a number of operations during her attachment to the Fleet. One of her first duties was assisting in the evacuation of the remnants of the White Army at Novorossiysk, a harbour near the Black Sea, in March 1920. Many other Royal Navy warships assisted in the evacuation, along with British forces on land. Rivers The Volga (Volga River) and Sura Rivers connect Chuvashia to a national and international water network. To the south, Volgograd, Rostov-on-Don

at the so-called "Malaya Zemlya" at the end of January 1943. The loss of three destroyers to German aircraft attempting to interdict the German evacuation of the Taman Bridgehead on 6 October 1943 caused Stalin (Joseph Stalin) to forbid the deployment of large naval units without his express permission and this meant the end of ''Voroshilov'' Trikomo, Cyprus (2006

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