Tsaritsyn


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Synonyms for Tsaritsyn

a city in the European part of Russia on the Volga

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The Volgograd State Panoramic Museum of the Stalingrad Battle was first opened on 3 January 1937 as the Museum of the Defense of Tsaritsyn.
Perhaps because Gershenzon's mood remained sour, the conversation soon turned to another priest, Sergey Trufanov, or hieromonk Iliodor of Tsaritsyn, the most seditious priest on the Russian religious and political scene.
Once he arrived in Tsaritsyn in November 1744 Hanway transferred his goods from carriages to sleds, due to the ice and snow.
The name of the city once known as Tsaritsyn illustrates how tangled are the threads of past and present, cultural heritage, national pride in the blind charge into the future.
The city has had three names: founded as Tsaritsyn in 1589, rechristened Stalingrad in 1925 and finally renamed Volgograd in 1961.
Lenin had liked him and used him, for example, to defeat the Whites at Tsaritsyn (later Stalingrad), but had misgivings.
For example, the collapse of the Hungarian Soviet in July 1919, the Whites' taking of Tsaritsyn in the same month, the French desire to provide more support for the Whites in South Russia and the problems with various Ukrainian factions all pushed and pulled at Bolshevik policy.
Ochakovo Dairy Plant is located in Western Moscow while Wimm-Bill-Dann's Lianozovo Dairy Plant is located in the North of the city and Tsaritsyn plant in the Southeast.
Lenin had liked him and used him, for example to defeat the Whites at Tsaritsyn (later Stalingrad), but had misgivings.
VOLGOGRAD has, in its 400-year history, experienced three name changes - Tsaritsyn, then, during Stalin's reign, Stalingrad and in 1961 Volgograd, after the river on whose bank it stands.