Republikang Sosyalistang Sobyetiko ng Biyelorusya

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Byelorussian Soviet Socialist RepublicPadron:No bold

1920–1991
1941–1944: German occupation
Watawat ng Byelorussian SSR
Flag
(1951–1991)
State emblem (1981–1991) ng Byelorussian SSR
State emblem
(1981–1991)
Salawikain: Пралетарыі ўсіх краін, яднайцеся! (Belarusian)
Praletaryi ŭsikh krain, yadnaytsesya! (transliteration)
"Workers of the world, unite!"
Awiting Pambansa: Дзяржаўны гімн Беларускай Савецкай Сацыялiстычнай Рэспублiкi
Dziaržaŭny himn Bielaruskaj Savieckaj Sacyjalistyčnaj Respubliki
"Anthem of the Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republic"
(1952–1991)
Location of Byelorussia (red) within the Soviet Union (red and white) between 1945 and 1991
Location of Byelorussia (red) within the Soviet Union (red and white) between 1945 and 1991

Katayuan1920–1922:
Independent state
1922–1990:
Union Republic
1990–1991:
Union Republic with priority of Byelorussian legislation
KabiseraMinsk
Pinakamalaking lungsodcapital
Wikang opisyal
Kinilalang wika
Relihiyon
State atheism
KatawaganByelorussian, Soviet
Pamahalaan
First Secretary 
• 1920–1923 (first)
Vilgelm Knorin
• 1988–1990 (last)[2]
Yefrem Sokolov
Head of state 
• 1920–1937 (first)
Alexander Chervyakov
• 1991 (last)
Stanislav Shushkevich
Head of government 
• 1920–1924 (first)
Alexander Chervyakov
• 1990–1991 (last)
Vyacheslav Kebich
LehislaturaCongress of Soviets (1920–1938)
Supreme Soviet (1938–1991)
Kasaysayan 
• First Soviet republic declared
1 January 1919
• Second Soviet republic proclaimed
31 July 1920
30 December 1922
15 November 1939
24 October 1945
• Sovereignty declared, partial cancellation of the Soviet form of government
27 July 1990
• Independence declared[kailangan ng sanggunian]
25 August 1991
• Renamed Republic of Belarus
19 September 1991
• Internationally recognized (Dissolution of the Soviet Union)
26 December 1991
15 March 1994
Lawak
• Kabuuan
207,600 km2 (80,200 mi kuw)
Populasyon
10,199,709
SalapiSoviet ruble (руб) (SUR)
Kodigong pantelepono7 015/016/017/02
Pinalitan
Pumalit
Lithuanian–Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republic
Second Polish Republic
Reichskommissariat Ostland
Bezirk Bialystok
Reichskommissariat Ukraine
Belarus
Bahagi ngayon ngBelarus
Lithuania[3]
Poland
Russia

Ang Republikang Sosyalistang Sobyetiko ng Biyelorusya (Biyeloruso: Беларуская Савецкая Сацыялістычная Рэспубліка, tr. Bielaruskaja Savieckaja Sacyjalistyčnaja Respublika; Ruso: Белорусская Советская Социалистическая Республика, tr. Byelorusskaya Sovyetskaya Sotsialisticheskaya Respublika), kilala mula 1920 hanggang 1936 bilang Republikang Sobyetikong Sosyalista ng Biyelorusya (Biyeloruso: Беларуская Сацыялістычная Савецкая Рэспублікаc, tr. Bielaruskaja Sacyjalistyčnaja Savieckaja Respublika; Ruso: Украинская Социалистическая Советская Республика, tr. Byelorusskaya Sotsialisticheskaya Sovyetskaya Respublika), impormal na tinatawag na Sobyetikong Biyelorusya (Biyeloruso: Савецкая Беларусь, tr. Savieckaja Bielaruś; Ruso: Советская Белоруссия, tr. Sovetskaya Belorussiya) at payak na nakilala noon bilang Biyelorusya (Biyeloruso: Беларусь, tr. Bielaruś; Ruso: Белоруссия, tr. Belorussiya) ay isang estadong komunista na isang republikang bumuo ng Unyong Sobyetiko.

Demograpiks[baguhin | baguhin ang source]

Ayon sa 1959 Sensus ng Sobyet, ang populasyon ng republika ay ang mga sumusunod:

Pagkamamamayan (1959):

Ang iba pang grupong etniko/relihiyon (1959):

Ang pinakamalaking lungsod ay ang mga:

Talababa[baguhin | baguhin ang source]

  1. In interwar Soviet Belarus, between 1924 and 1938, four languages were official, namely, Belarusian, Polish, Russian and Yiddish. See: Кожинова, Алла Андреевна (2017). "Языки и графические системы Беларуси в периодот Октябрьской революции до Второй мировой войны". Studi Slavistici. 14: 133–156. doi:10.13128/Studi_Slavis-21942.
  2. 28 July 1990 from Art. 6 of the Constitution of the Byelorussian SSR, the provision on the monopoly of the Communist Party of Byelorussia on power was excluded
  3. Some parts, e.g., Švenčionys, Šalčininkai, Dieveniškės, Adutiškis, Druskininkai, were annexed in 1939 from Poland to Byelorussia, but passed to Lithuania in 1940

Ugnay Panlabas[baguhin | baguhin ang source]

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