Dnipropetrovsk

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city in east central Ukraine on the Dnieper River

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While most books about post-Stalin socialism in the Soviet Union deal with developments in Moscow and Leningrad, Zhuk (History, Ball State University) turns his attention to Dniepropetrovsk in the Ukraine, a closed city with a secret rocket plant, firmly under the thumb of the KGB.
By the end of the 20th century moose had disappeared in the Zaporozhye, Odessa, Nikolayev, and Kherson regions, and only about 80 animals remained in the Dniepropetrovsk, Donetsk and Lugansk regions (Table 6).
Por ello, exagera, descoyunta, ensaya escenas horrorosas de pagina roja, a semejanza de las hojas de la Lira Popular, como la bacanal de sangre de los patanes con las viejas y ninas cantoras, que dialogan con las ferocidades zaristas en Dniepropetrovsk y Odessa.
2005) for a pilot study carried out in Dniepropetrovsk, Ukraine.
Lutsk, Rovno, Lviv, Kiev, facilities/in what cities Ivano-Frankivsk Dnipropetrovsk, Three factories: Zaporozhie Lviv, Rovno, Lutsk Three factories: Kiev, Dniepropetrovsk, Zaporozhie 6.
Se graduo como ingeniero y entro, en 1960, en la fabrica de misiles de Dniepropetrovsk --la mas importante de la Union Sovietica--, que acabo dirigiendo.
Tenders are invited for Providing consulting services to internally displaced people and to local communities of Dniepropetrovsk who have received funding for business renewal or expansion within the Small Grants Programme for entrepreneurs.
Medios de ese pais reprodujeron declaraciones de un funcionario del Consejo Nacional de Seguridad y Defensa en las que aseguro que el oligarca y gobernador de Dniepropetrovsk, Igor Kolomoiskl, no acatara el decreto presidencial.
Zhuk, Rock and Roll in the Rocket City: The West, Identity, and Ideology in Soviet Dniepropetrovsk, 1960-1985 (Washington, DC: Woodrow Wilson Center Press; Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2010)--reviewed in the current Issue of Kritika; Susan E.
Historian Sergei Zhuk's often fascinating, thoroughly researched study of the "closed" Soviet city of Dniepropetrovsk makes a valuable contribution to the study of late Soviet society and culture.