Mongolian People's Republic

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Mongolian People's Republic

(Placename) the former name of Mongolia1
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Mongo′lian Peo′ple's Repub′lic

a republic in E central Asia, in N Mongolia. 2,617,379; ab. 604,250 sq. mi. (1,566,500 sq. km). Cap.: Ulan Bator. Formerly, Outer Mongolia. Also called Mongolia.
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Noun1.Mongolian People's Republic - a landlocked socialist republic in central AsiaMongolian People's Republic - a landlocked socialist republic in central Asia
Mongolia - a vast region in Asia including the Mongolian People's Republic and China's Inner Mongolia
capital of Mongolia, Kulun, Ulaanbaatar, Ulan Bator, Urga - the capital and largest city of Mongolia
Gobi, Gobi Desert - a desert in central China
Asia - the largest continent with 60% of the earth's population; it is joined to Europe on the west to form Eurasia; it is the site of some of the world's earliest civilizations
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The representatives included president of the 'Friends of Mongolia' Society of Russia V.A.Babushkin and cosmonaut of the USSR, Hero of the Mongolian People's Republic S.V.Petrovich.
Later, the 1950 Sino-Soviet treaty "affirm[ed] complete guarantee of the independent status of the Mongolian People's Republic as a result of the referendum of 1945" (Ballis, 1951, p.
(20) Sometime later the Tibetan colony in Mongolian capital city ceased to exist, and Tibetans left Mongolian People's Republic. However, contacts were not cut completely: caravan movements and pilgrimages continued for a certain time, some Mongols lived in Lhasa etc.

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