Stalino


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an industrial city in the Donets Basin

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It was a lesson the young Sharansky internalized early on: At age 14, he was the chess champion of Stalino, and his high grades in school earned him a coveted place at the prestigious Moscow Physical Technical Institute, where he went on to study cybernetics and the ways in which computers could be programmed to play chess.
In January 1930, he began work as Foreign Affairs Adviser to former British Prime Minister David Lloyd George, and that summer made his first brief "pilgrimage" to Yuzovka, which was by then renamed Stalino.
Stalino valdymo laikotarpiu siu viziju vystymas nutruksta, pradedama vadovautis istorizmo architekturos principais.
But when Hughesovka came under Soviet rule in 1924 it was renamed Stalino and Hughes' sons, who had taken over their father's business after his death in 1889, fled, leaving their hometown to an uncertain fate.
Mind you, it was known as Stalino between 1924 and 1961.
Kaip mineta, situacija pasikeite po Stalino mirties, kai architektai galejo siek tiek lengviau atsikvepti.
The town's name was changed to Stalino first and then in 1961 to Donetsk.
N AUGUST 17, 1930 a young Welsh journalist, Gareth Jones, wrote excitedly to his mother in Barry from the town of Stalino in Ukraine.
After the Russian revolution, it became Stalino in the Soviet Union and eventually Donetsk in Ukraine so, when Gwyn and I put a television proposal to programme commissioners at the BBC, they could see that what happened to this one city told a much bigger story in microcosm.