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us: Ukraine


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    • us: Ukrainian S.S.R
    • us: Ucrania
    • us: Ukrainskai͡a Sovetskai͡a Sot͡sialisticheskai͡a Respublika
    • us: Ukrainskaya Sovetskaya Sotsialisticheskaya Respublika
    • us: Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic
    • us: Uḳraʼinah
    • us: Malorosii͡a
    • us: Małorosja
    • us: Ukraina
    • us: Petite-Russie
    • us: Oekraïne
    • us: Ukrainska Radyanska Sotsialistychna Respublika
    • us: Ukrainian Socialist Soviet Republic
    • us: Ukrainska Sotsialistychna Radianska Respublika
    • us: Ukraïnsʹka Radi͡ansʹka Sot͡sialistychna Respublika
    • us: Oukraïne
    • us: Ukrayina
    • us: Ukrayna
    • us: U.S.R.R
    • us: Ucraina
    • us: Ukraïnsʹka Sot͡sii͡alistychna Radi͡ansʹka Respublika
    • us: Ukrainian Council Socialist Republic
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      • found: Zaidman, A. ha-Oṭonomyah ha-leʼumit ha-Yehudit be-Uḳraʼinah ha-ʻatsmaʼit ... 1980?: t.p. (Uḳraʼinah)
      • found: Encyc. Brit., 15th ed. (Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic, also called Ukraine; Russian Ukrainskaya Sovetskaya Sotsialisticheskaya Respublika or Ukraina; Ukrainian Ukrainska Radyanska Sotsialistychna Respublika or Ukraina)
      • found: BGN per phone, 12-24-91 (Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic has been renamed Ukrayina [Ukrainian]; Ukraine [conventional]; ADM 1 49°00ʹN 32°00ʹE; approved by FNC 11-25-91)
      • found: BGN, 11-18-91 (Ukraine [conv.] changed its name on 08-24-91 from Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic to Ukraine; United Nations approved change on 08-29-91; variants: Ukraina, Ucrania)
      • found: BGN per phone, 12-31-91 (U.S. Dept. of State has now recognized Ukraine 'de jure' as an independent political entity; the designation code PCLI is therefore applicable)
      • found: BGN. Foreign names info. bull., Feb. 1992, surrogate: p. 6 (former name: Ukrainskaya Sovetskaya Sotsialisticheskaya Respublika [Russian]; Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic [conventional]: ADM1; new name: Ukraine [conventional]; Ukrayina [Ukrainian]: PCL1; 49°00ʹN, 32°00ʹE)
      • found: Encyc. powszechna PWN: v. 3, p. 14 (Małorosja; reference to Ukraina)
      • found: Encyc. of Ukraine: v. 5, p. 440-443 (Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic (Ukrainska Radianska Sotsialistychna Respublika, or URSR). A communist state proclaimed by the First All-Ukrainian Congress of Soviets in Kharkiv on 24-25 December 1917 and established through armed aggression against the UNR by Soviet Russian and local Bolshevik forces in 1917-1920. At the end of 1922 it became one of the constituent republics of the USSR. Until 1937 it was called the Ukrainian Socialist Soviet Republic (Ukrainska Sotsialistychna Radianska Respublika). The URSR ceased to exist on 24 August 1991, when its Supreme Soviet proclaimed the independent state of Ukraine. The capital of the URSR was Kharkiv, and from 1934, Kiev)
      • found: Litopys Malorosiï, abo Istorii͡a kozakiv-zaporoz͡ht͡siv ta kozakiv Ukraïny, abo Malorosiï, 1994: t.p. (Malorosiï) added t.p. (La Petite-Russie)
      • found: Ukrayna, Rusya ve Türkiye, 1915.
      • found: Dopovidʹ T͡Sentralʹnoï statystychnoï upravy USRR XVIII sesiï ... 1929: cover, p. 1 (Ukraïni, Oukraïne)
      • found: Oekraïne (de Republiek), 1997.
      • found: Geografye fun U.S.R.R., 1927.
      • found: Le terre di mezzo, c2007: t.p. (Ucraina)
      • found: Publikat͡siï Mykolaïvsʹkoï astronomichnoï observatoriï, No 1 (1930): t.p. (Ukraïnsʹka Sot͡sii͡alistychna Radi͡ansʹka Respublika) added t.p. (Ukrainian Council Socialist Republic)
      • notfound: Encyc. of Ukraine: v. 2, p. 145-146 (Hetman State or Hetmanate (Hetmanshchyna). The name of the Ukrainian Cossack State, which existed from 1648 to 1782)
    • Editorial Notes

      • [This heading covers both the Ukrainian SSR (1917- Aug. 24 1991) and the newly independent Ukraine (25 Aug. 1991- )]
    • Change Notes

      • 1981-03-11: new
      • 2012-07-06: revised
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