Novocherkassk


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No•vo•cher•kassk

(ˌnoʊ və tʃərˈkɑsk)

n.
a city in the SW Russian Federation in Europe, NE of Rostov. 188,000.
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In volume 3 of The Gulag Archipelago, Solzhenitsyn honors all those who resisted Communist totalitarianism, from the heroes who dramatically liberated the camp at Kengir for forty days in the spring of 1954; to the remarkable "committed escaper," Georgy Pavlovich Tenno; to the people of the Russian city of Novocherkassk, "a town of fateful significance in Russia's history" that rose up against Communist tyranny in June 1962 at terrible cost without the world learning a thing about its citizens' courage and sacrifices until the publication of Solzhenitsyn's account.
It was earlier reported that the Novocherkassk Electric Locomotive Plant (NELP), a division of Transmashholding, supplied the Uzbekistan Railways with two Yermak 3ES5K electric locomotives with axial thrust control.
Khrushchev's 1962 attempt to raise food prices in order to suppress demand produced a violent backlash in Novocherkassk, resulting in demonstrations, casualties, and executions.
Steppe zone vegetation and soil layer pollution by heavy metals under the influence Novocherkassk Power Station emission.
The shooting of the demonstration of workers in Novocherkassk in 1962 (like preceding repressions) demonstrated to workers the impossibility of open action for their rights.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- After sailing through the Istanbul Strait (Bosporus), the Russian battleship 'Novocherkassk' with hull number 142 reached the Black Sea.
Upon completing his secondary education at Novocherkassk in 1918, he enrolled at the Don Polytechnic but was forced by the Russian Civil War to interrupt his studies.
(1) North-Caucasian Zonal Research Veterinary Institute, Rostovskoe shosse street, 346400, Novocherkassk, Russia
Other satellite pictures, dated March 27 and taken near Novocherkassk, showed units of a motorized rifle regiment, a "probable" anti-tank battalion and artillery.
Among them are the missile cruiser Moskva and three of Russian navy's largest amphibian craft, the Aleksandr Shabalin, the Novocherkassk and the Minsk, all carrying large detachments of marines, and a fourth landing craft, the Azov, there since last month.
Russia's naval task force in the Eastern Mediterranean currently comprises 10 warships: the guided-missile cruiser Moskva, the destroyers Smetlivy and Admiral Panteleyev, the frigate Neustrashimy and the assault landing ships Nikolai Filchenkov, Peresvyet, Admiral Nevelskoi, Minsk, Novocherkassk and Alexander Shabalin.