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I understand why Georgians stand with Ukrainians

Pawhuska Journal-Capital 15 Dec 2022
Speaking of the U.S.S.R., the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, I am currently reading a book that cites stories from Georgian persons who lived under the Soviet Union ... The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, as it was called in full.
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THE SECRET DRIVING FORCE OF COMMUNISM! BY MAURICE PINAY Audio-Book

World Truth Videos 09 Feb 2022
⁣During the Second World War and from then on up to our present time the Jewish clique which rules the Union of Socialist Soviet Republics, continues to be very numerous, for at the head of the names stands Stalin himself, who for a long time was regarded as a Georgian of pure ...
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THE INTERNATIONAL RACIST JEWISH MAFIA IS THE SECRET DRIVING FORCE OF COMMUNISM! BY MAURICE PINAY Audio-Book

World Truth Videos 08 Feb 2022
⁣During the Second World War and from then on up to our present time the Jewish clique which rules the Union of Socialist Soviet Republics, continues to be very numerous, for at the head of the names stands Stalin himself, who for a long time was regarded as a Georgian of pure ...
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The complete list of Soviet republics

Russia Beyond 30 Jul 2021
Among them was the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic (RSFSR), the Ukrainian and the Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republics (SSR), as well as the Transcaucasian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic ... Here’s the list of the Soviet Socialist Republics in the order they are named in the Soviet constitution of 1977.
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These countries are NOT in Russia

Russia Beyond 29 Jul 2021
On January 2, 1919, the Belorussian Soviet Socialist Republic was created, which later became a part of the USSR ... After the Russian Empire ceased to exist in 1917, the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic was created, which, in 1922, also became a part of the USSR ... In 1922-1991, Georgia was a part of the USSR as the Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic.
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‘The Most Beautiful Place on Earth’ You Might Not Be Allowed to Leave

The Daily Beast 25 Mar 2021
While the Georgians fantasized about independence, the Abkhazians wanted to remain part of the Soviet Union, preferably as a separate Soviet republic and not as part of Georgia. In spring 1989, several thousand Abkhazians signed a declaration demanding the establishment of a separate Abkhazian Soviet Socialist Republic.
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I ditched Hebrew school to perform in ‘A Christmas Carol.’ I have no regrets.

Cleveland Jewish News 24 Dec 2020
(JTA) — What can you say about a 10-year-old who ditches Hebrew school to perform in “A Christmas Carol”?. You could call her spiritually confused, and without question, I was ... Even at home, we had some nonnegotiable boundaries ... K, a 4-foot-10 firebrand from the Old Country — in her case, the Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic by way of Israel ... .
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I ditched Hebrew school to be in ‘A Christmas Carol.’ I have no regrets

The Jerusalem Post 24 Dec 2020
What can you say about a 10-year-old who ditches Hebrew school to perform in “A Christmas Carol”?. You could call her spiritually confused, and without question, I was ... And for me, that was not a problem ... K, a 4-foot-10 firebrand from the Old Country — in her case, the Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic by way of Israel ... .
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Georgia Marks 1921 Red Army Occupation By Flying National Flags At Half-Staff

Radio Free Europe 25 Feb 2020
... May 1918 to February 1921 and was the first modern Georgian republic ... The Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic was established on the same day.
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Russian Triumph as Saakashvili's Gamble Fails

Information Clearing House 19 Mar 2019
It matters a lot to the 300,000 Georgians who fled their homes in Abkhazia and South Ossetia when the two ethnic enclaves, which had been autonomous parts of the Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic in Soviet times, declared their independence after the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991.
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On the frontlines of the new Cold War

Deccan Chronicle 15 Sep 2018
After a brief bid for independence as the Democratic Republic of Georgia in 1918-1921, it became part of the Transcaucasian Socialist Federative Soviet Republic from 1922 to 1936, and then became the Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic until it declared independence from the Soviet Union on April 9, 1991.
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Georgia: another revolution was possible

Open Democracy 27 Nov 2017
Ministers of the Georgian Democratic Republic ... Map of the Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic, 1931-1943 ... “In comparison with the hell which Soviet Russia represents,” wrote Kautsky, “Georgia appeared as a paradise.” The society that the Georgian Social Democrats created was an inspiration to socialists at the time.
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The Utter Stupidity of the New Cold War

Dissident Voice 08 Jan 2017
Soon the crazy Georgian president Mikhail Saakashvili, emboldened by the promise of near-term membership, provoked a war with the breakaway republic of South Ossetia, which had never accepted inclusion of the new Georgian state established upon the dissolution of the Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic in 1991 ... military aid to the Georgian regime.
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The Cold War, Continued: Post-Election Russophobia

Dissident Voice 17 Dec 2016
Between 1945 to 1991, the Soviet Union invaded Hungary, Czechoslovakia and (fatally) Afghanistan ... (The dissolution of the USSR produced an array of “frozen conflicts” in the former soviet socialist republics, produced largely by competing nationalisms, as in Georgia, Azerbaijan, Moldova and the Russian Caucasus.

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