Ekaterinoslav


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Ekaterinoslav

(Russian jɪkətɪrinaˈslaf)
n
(Placename) the former name (1787–96, 1802–1926) of Dnepropetrovsk
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In 1921, the Electrical Engineering Department of the reorganized Ekaterinoslav Polytechnic Institute was attached to the Mechanical Engineering Faculty of the Ekaterinoslav Mining School.
These migrants arrived from the least ethnically integrated region of the European part of the Russian Empire, which was incorporated in the late eighteenth century, namely the Belarusan provinces of "Grodno, Minsk, Vilna, Vitebsk, and Mogilev" and the Ukrainian provinces of "Podolia, Volhynia, Kiev, Chernigov, Poltava, Kharkov, Kherson, Taurida, and Ekaterinoslav," along with the "Khotin District of Bessarabia Province.
Jacobo Bilkis, un farmaceutico retirado, hijo de un padre nacido en Besarabia y de una madre originaria de Ekaterinoslav, recuerda que la sociedad de beneficencia judia ayudaba a los inmigrantes llegados a Concordia a traves del rio.
During the next set of congresses, which were held in the western part of the empire (Kiev, Odessa, Vilna, Kharkov, Ekaterinoslav and Chernigov), ethnic subject matter--the problem of Russian identity--became the most important subject matter.
12) On the basis of extensive archival materials, Klier analyzes three major waves that took place in 1881--in the southwest provinces of Elisavetgrad and Kherson (15-21 April), Kiev, Tauride, and Ekaterinoslav (26 April-10 May), and Poltava and Chernigov (30 June-16 August)--and two urban disturbances that erupted in Warsaw (13 December 1881) and Balta (29-30 March 1882).
The enthusiasm for the new regime voiced so passionately by Berkman and Goldman was acted on by a legion of activists from anarchist groups as members of military-revolutionary committees in Orel, Odessa, Tula, Smolensk, Ekaterinodar and Ekaterinoslav, some of whom had already been at work in these organisations during the tenure of the Provisional Government.
The Botschafter was connected with the Ediger publishing concern in the port city of Berdiansk after first being published in the city of Ekaterinoslav.
Yekachinyoslav" (147) is presumably Ekaterinoslav (the pre-Communist name of Dnipropetrovsk), the river "Neman" (24) in Kaunas is actually the Nemunas, "Henry Julian" (186) street in Montreal is Henri-Julien, and "Mike Buhey" (79) should be Buhay, either Michael or Becky, interwar Communist activists in Montreal.
Blavatskaya nacio en la ciudad ucraniana de Ekaterinoslav el 12 de agosto de 1831.
In 1817 he took a professorship at the Ekaterinoslav Seminary, and in 1821, at the age of twenty-nine, he became rector of Kastroma Seminary.
By 1923, the firm operated 1,046 commercial outlets throughout the Ukraine, most of them in Khar'kov, Odessa, and Ekaterinoslav provinces.
From the far Caucasian steppes, from the squalid ghettos of Europe, from Odessa and Bucharest, from Kief, and Ekaterinoslav, Hark to the cry of the exiles of Babylon, the voice of Rachel mourning for her children, of Israel lamenting for Zion.