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  1. In accordance, on 5 December 1936, the 8th Extraordinary Congress Soviets in Soviet Union changed the name of the republic to the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic, which was ratified by the 14th Extraordinary Congress of Soviets in Ukrainian SSR on 31 January 1937. The name Ukraine ( Latin: Vkraina) is a subject of debate.

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    • Russian, Ukrainian, (Ukrainian declared as official in 1990)ᵃ
  2. Soviet government and people, who supported it were closely allied with Russian Soviet Republic. After the victory of the Soviet government in Ukraine Ukrainian People's Republic was officially rebranded in Ukrainian Soviet Republic and then Ukrainian Socialist Soviet Republic which became one of the co-founders of Soviet Union.

  3. The ministries of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic were central bodies of state administration of the Ukrainian SSR (for brevity Ukraine) as republican ministries of the Soviet Union. Among other central bodies of state administration there also were committees, state committees, and other agencies. After World War II in 1946 ministries ...

  4. The Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic or in short, the Ukrainian SSR or Soviet Ukraine was in the southwestern part of the Soviet Union. It had the second largest population of the fifteen republics of the Soviet Union. This lasted from 1922 to 1991. The Ukrainian SSR was a founding member of the United Nations.

    • Russian (dominant), Ukrainian (folkloristic), (in 1990 Ukrainian declared as official)ᵃ
    • Kharkiv (1919–1934), Kiev (1934–1991)
  5. The Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic (Ukrainian SSR, UkrSSR or UkSSR; Script error: No such module "lang"., УРСР; Script error: No such module "lang"., УССР), also known as Soviet Ukraine, was one of the constituent republics of the Soviet Union from the Union's inception in 1922 until its breakup in 1991.

  6. Sotsialistychnoyi Respubliky (transliteration) National Anthem of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic. Location of the Ukrainian SSR within the Soviet Union. Caipital. Kharkiv (1919–1934) Kiev (1934–1991) Common leids. Ukrainian · Russian. Govrenment.

  7. An okrug (Russian: округ) or okruha (Ukrainian: окру́га) is one of a series of special administrative divisions of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic that were part of three oblasts and existed from 1933 to 1937 (some to 1938).

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