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Hi everyone,

i made a Websearch, but could not find valuable info to this question. Can someone tell me, which the 20 Autonomous Republics and the 8 Autonomous Areas were or provide a link to this topic? Any info is much appreciated.

Thanks in advance

best,

Gerd

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Hi Andreas,

unfortunately the pictures were all 0 KB and there was nothing i could save on my harddisk. Could you send them again, if possible? It seems, going by the titles of the pictures i should be VERY sorry. wink.gif

Thanks for the excellent info to my question beer.gif

I will answer your email now.

Gerd

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The regions of the Soviet Union:

1. Armenia

2. Azerbaijan

Nagorno-Karabakh

Nakhichevan

3. Belarus

Brest Region

Gomel Region

Grodno Region

Minsk City

Minsk Region

Mogilyov Region

Vitebsk Region

4. Estonia

5. Georgia

Abkhazia

Adjaria

South Ossetia

6. Kyrgyzstan

Issyk-Kul

Naryn Region

Osh Region

7. Kazakhstan

Aktyubinsk Region

Alma-Ata City

Alma-Ata Region

Chimkent Region

Dzhambul Region

Dzhezkazgan Region

East Kazakhstan

Guryev Region

Karaganda Region

Kokchetav Region

Kustanay Region

Kzyl-Orda Region

Mangyshlak

North Kazakhstan

Pavlodar Region

Semipalatinsk Region

Taldy-Kurgan Region

Tselinograd Region

Turgay

Uralsk Region

8. Lithuania

9. Latvia

10. Moldavia

11. Russia

Adygeya

Aghin Buriatia

Altay Territory

Amur Region

Arkhangelsk Region

Astrakhan Region

Bashkiria

Belgorod Region

Bryansk Region

Buriatia

Checheno-Ingushia

Chelyabinsk Region

Chita Region

Chukchia

Chuvashia

Daghestan

Evenkia

Gorkiy Region

Gorny Altay

Irkutsk Region

Ivanovo Region

Jewish Autonomous Region

Kabard-Balkaria

Kalinin Region

Kaliningrad Region

Kalmykia

Kaluga Region

Kamchatka Region

Karachay-Cherkessia

Karelia

Kemerovo Region

Khabarovsk Territory

Khakassia

Khantia-Mansia

Kirov Region

Komia

Koryakia

Kostroma Region

Krasnodar Territory

Krasnoyarsk Territory

Kurgan Region

Kursk Region

Kuybyshev Region

Leningrad City

Leningrad Region

Lipetsk Region

Magadan Region

Maritime Territory

Mariy-El

Mordovia

Moscow City

Moscow Region

Murmansk Region

Nenetsia

North Ossetia

Novgorod Region

Novosibirsk Region

Omsk Region

Orenburg Region

Oryol Region

Penza Region

Perm Region

Perm?s Komia

Pskov Region

Rostov Region

Ryazan Region

Sakhalin Region

Saratov Region

Smolensk Region

Stavropol Territory

Sverdlovsk Region

Tambov Region

Tataria (or Tartary)

Taymyria

Tomsk Region

Tula Region

Tuva

Tyumen Region

Udmurtia

Ulyanovsk Region

Ust-Ord Buriatia

Vladimir Region

Volgograd Region

Vologda Region

Voronezh Region

Yakutia

Yamal Nenetsia

Yaroslavl Region

12. Tajikistan

Gorno-Badakhshan

Kulyab Region

Kurgan-Tyube Region

Leninabad Region

13. Turkmenistan

Ashkhabad City

Ashkhabad Region

Chardzhou Region

Krasnovodsk Region

Mary Region

Tashauz Region

14. Ukraine

Cherkassy Region

Chernigov Region

Chernovtsy Region

Crimea

Dnepropetrovsk Region

Donetsk Region

Ivano-Frankovsk Region

Kharkov Region

Kherson Region

Khmelnitskiy Region

Kiev City

Kiev Region

Kirovgrad Region

Lvov Region

Nikolaev Region

Odessa Region

Poltava Region

Rovno Region

Sevastopol City

Sumy Region

Ternopol Region

Transcarpathia

Vinnitsa Region

Volynia

Voroshilovgrad Region

Zaporozhe Region

Zhitomir Region

15. Uzbekistan

Andizhan Region

Bukhara Region

Dzhizak Region

Fergana Region

Karakalpakia

Kashkadarya Region

Khorezm

Namangan Region

Navoiysk Region

Samarkand Region

Surkhandarya Region

Syrdarya Region

Tashkent City

Tashkent Region

Some earlierly abolished entities:

- Bukhara

- Khiva

- Transcaucasia

- Volga German ASSR (within the RSFSR)

- Far East (within the RSFSR)

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