Republikang Sosyalistang Sobyetiko ng Ukranya

Ang Republikang Sosyalistang Sobyetiko ng Ukranya (Ukranyo: Украї́нська Радя́нська Соціалісти́чна Респу́бліка, tr. Ukrainska Radianska Sotsialistychna Respublika; Ruso: Украи́нская Сове́тская Социалисти́ческая Респу́блика, tr. Ukrainskaya Sovetskaya Sotsialisticheskaya Respublika), kilala mula 1919 hanggang 1936 bilang Republikang Sobyetikong Sosyalista ng Ukranya (Ukranyo: Українська Соціалістична Радянська Республіка, tr. Ukrainska Sotsialistychna Radianska Respublika; Ruso: Украинская Социалистическая Советская Республика, tr. Ukrainskaya Sotsialisticheskaya Sovetskaya Respublika), impormal na tinatawag na Sobyetikong Ukranya (Ukranyo: Радянська Україна, tr. Radianska Ukraina; Ruso: Советская Украина, tr. Sovetskaya Ukraina) at payak na nakilala noon bilang Ukranya (Ukranyo: Україна, tr. Ukraïna; Ruso: Украина, tr. Ukraina) ay isang estadong komunista na isang republikang bumuo ng Unyong Sobyetiko.

Ukrainian Soviet Socialist RepublicPadron:No bold

1919–1991
1941–1944: German occupation
Watawat ng Ukrainian SSR
Flag (1950–1991)
State emblem (1949–1991) ng Ukrainian SSR
State emblem
(1949–1991)
Salawikain: Пролетарі всіх країн, єднайтеся! (Ukranyano)
Proletari vsikh krain, yednaitesia!  (transliteration)
"Workers of the world, unite!"
Awiting Pambansa: Інтернаціонал (Ukranyano)
Internatsional  (transliteration)
"The Internationale"

Державний гімн Української Радянської Соціалістичної Республіки (Ukranyano)
Derzhavnyy himn Ukrayins'koyi Radyans'koyi Sotsialistychnoyi Respubliky  (transliteration)
"State Anthem of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic"
Location of the Ukrainian SSR (red) within the Soviet Union (red and light yellow) between 1954 and 1991
Location of the Ukrainian SSR (red) within the Soviet Union (red and light yellow) between 1954 and 1991

KatayuanSatellite state of the Russian SFSR (1919–1922)
Union Republic of the Soviet Union (1922–1991)
KabiseraKharkov (1919–1934)[1]
50°0′16″N 36°13′53″E / 50.00444°N 36.23139°E / 50.00444; 36.23139
Kiev (1934–1991)[2]
50°27′00″N 30°31′24″E / 50.45000°N 30.52333°E / 50.45000; 30.52333
Pinakamalaking lungsodKiev
50°27′00″N 30°31′24″E / 50.45000°N 30.52333°E / 50.45000; 30.52333
Wikang opisyalRussian[3][4]
Ukrainian[4][5]
(Ukrainian declared as sole official language in 1990)a[6]
Kinilalang wikaBelarusian, Crimean Tatar, Hungarian, Moldovan/Romanian, Polish
Relihiyon
State atheism (de facto)
Russian Orthodox Church
Greek Catholic Church
Sunni Islam
Judaism
KatawaganUkrainian, Soviet
Pamahalaan1919–1990:
Unitary Marxist–Leninist one-party Soviet socialist republic
1990–1991:
Unitary parliamentary republic
First Secretary 
• 1918–1919 (first)
Emanuel Kviring
• 1990 (last)[7]
Stanislav Hurenko
Head of state 
• 1919–1938 (first)
Grigory Petrovsky
• 1990–1991 (last)
Leonid Kravchuk
Head of government 
• 1918–1919 (first)
Georgy Pyatakov
• 1988–1991 (last)
Vitold Fokin
LehislaturaCongress of Soviets (1919–1938)[8]
Supreme Soviet (1938–1991)[9]
Kasaysayan 
• Declaration of the Ukrainian Socialist Soviet Republic
10 March 1919
30 December 1922
15 November 1939
2 August 1940
• Admitted to the United Nations
24 October 1945
19 February 1954
16 July 1990
• Declaration of independence, Ukrainian SSR renamed to Ukraine
24 August 1991
1 December 1991
10 December 1991
• Dissolution of the Soviet Union (Ukraine's independence formally recognized)
26 December 1991
28 June 1996
Lawak
• Kabuuan
603,700 km2 (233,100 mi kuw)
Populasyon
51,706,746
TKP (1990)0.725
mataas
SalapiSoviet ruble (руб) (SUR)
Kodigong pantelepono7 03/04/05/06
Internet TLD.su
Pinalitan
Pumalit
Ukrainian People's Republic
Free Territory
Second Polish Republic
Kingdom of Romania
Reichskommissariat Ukraine
General Government
Polish People's Republic
Kingdom of Hungary
Crimean Oblast
Kholodny Yar Republic
Ukraine
  1. Law of Ukraine "About languages of the Ukrainian SSR"

Mga sanggunianBaguhin

  1. "History" (sa wikang Ukranyo). Kharkov Oblast Government Administration. Nakuha noong 16 April 2011.
  2. Soviet encyclopedia of the History of Ukraine (sa wikang Ukranyo). Academy of Sciences of the Ukrainian SSR. 1969–1972.
  3. Lenore Grenoble (2003). Language Policy in the Soviet Union. Springer Science & Business Media. ISBN 978-1-4020-1298-3.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Mariya Kapinos. Honest History: Where, why Ukrainians speak Russian language (and how Kremlin uses it to stoke conflict in Ukraine). Kyiv Post. 6 April 2018
  5. "Constitution of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic adopted in 1978" (sa wikang Ukranyo). Nakuha noong 20 May 2022.
  6. Law of Ukraine "About languages of the Ukrainian SSR"
  7. On 24 October 1990, article 6 on the monopoly of the Communist Party of Ukraine on power was excluded from the Constitution of the Ukrainian SSR
  8. All-Ukrainian Congress of Soviets in the Ukrainian Soviet Encyclopedia
  9. Magocsi 2010, p. 722.