Elisavetgrad


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Elisavetgrad

(Russian jɪlizaˈvjɛtɡrət)
n
(Placename) a former name (until 1924) of Kirovograd
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This includes Gordin's reaction to the pogroms of 1881 in Elisavetgrad, Kiev, Kishinev, and Odessa.
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).
But now, after the horrors at Kiev, Balta, Elisavetgrad and dozens of other places, and based on how this affair has been going on, how it has been kindled and how it has petered out, I can see clearly that they had their (3) hands in this deed.