Synonyms for irkutsk_governorate or Related words with irkutsk_governorate

kazan_governorate              tobolsk_governorate              olonets_governorate              vologda_viceroyalty              kherson_governorate              erivan_governorate              volhynian_governorate              mogilev_governorate              voronezh_governorate              guberniya              vyatka_governorate              smolensk_governorate              kargopolsky_uyezd              erivansky              chernigov_governorate              tomsk_governorate              pskov_governorate              kashinsky              orenburg_governorate              elisabethpol_governorate              arkhangelsk_governorate              novotorzhsky              tver_governorate              kiev_governorate              kazakhsky              bezhetsky              poltava_governorate              yelanets              yekaterinoslav_governorate              kharkov_governorate              shenkursky              minsk_governorate              kursk_governorate              dzhevanshirsky              novgorod_viceroyalty              penza_governorate              tiflis_governorate              staritsky              pervomaisk_raion              vologda_governorate              taurida_governorate              sebezhsky              zubtsovsky              mykolaiv_oblast              kutais              nizhny_novgorod_governorate              perm_governorate              domanivka              saratov_governorate              pechorsky             

Examples of "irkutsk_governorate"
In an administrative reform of 1782, Irkutsk Governorate was created. In 1805, Yakutsk Oblast was split from Irkutsk Governorate.
V. Borsoev was born April 13, 1906 in Holbot, Irkutsk Governorate, Russian Empire.
Vladimir Nikolaevich Alexeyev (; , Kimiltev, Irkutsk Governorate, Russian Empire – 24 July 1999, Moscow, Russia) was a Soviet admiral.
West Siberia comprised the Tobolsk and Tomsk governorates, and East Siberia comprised Irkutsk Governorate, and the newly formed Yeniseysk Governorate.
Tomsk Governorate was split off Tobolsk governorate in 1804. Yakutsk Oblast was split off Irkutsk Governorate in 1805.
In 1782, Siberia Governorate was abolished, and its area split into Tobolsk Viceroyalty and Kolyvan Viceroyalty. Irkutsk Governorate was transformed into Irkutsk Viceroyalty.
On the map of the XVIII century "Irkutsk governorate with the adjacent islands and the western coast of America" from Lake Hinka follows the river Usuri.
Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Ezhevsky (; – 15 January 2017) was a Soviet statesman, minister of tractor and agricultural machinery (tractor and agricultural engineering) of the USSR (1980-1988). He was born in Tulun, Irkutsk Governorate, Russian Empire.
Together with also convicted bolshevik (Pyatakov), Bosch managed to escape from Kachuga volost (Upper-Lena uyezd, Irkutsk Governorate) first to Vladivostok, and then with a short stint in Japan to the United States.
Pyotr Mikhailovich Nikiforov () (1882, Irkutsk Governorate – January 9, 1974, Moscow) was a Russian revolutionary, Soviet politician, and the third Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the Far Eastern Republic.
Irkutsk Governorate () was an administrative division (a "guberniya") of the Russian Empire, located in Siberia. It existed from 1764 to 1926; its seat was in the city of Irkutsk.
In the course of the administrative reform carried out in 1708 by Peter the Great, the area was included in Siberia Governorate. In 1764, Irkutsk Governorate split off, and in 1775, Balagansk became a town and the seat of Balagansky Uyezd of Irkutsk Governorate. In 1924, the uyezds were abolished, the governorate was split into districts, and Balagansk became a part of Ziminsky District. In 1925, it lost town status and was downgraded to a "selo". In 1926, Balagansky District was established, and Balagansk became the district center.
In the course of the administrative reform carried out in 1708 by Peter the Great, the territory was included into Siberia Governorate. In 1764, Irkutsk Governorate split off, and in 1775, Balagansk was granted town status and became the seat of Balagansky Uyezd of Irkutsk Governorate. In 1924, the uyezds was abolished, the governorate split into districts, and Balagansk was moved to Ziminsky District. In 1925, it lost town status and was downgraded to a "selo". In 1926, Balagansky District was established, and Balagansk became the district's administrative center.
Pyotr Nikolayevich Gorlov (; 11 May 1839 in Irkutsk, Irkutsk Governorate, Russian Empire – 20 November 1915) was a geologist and engineer who explored coal deposits in the Donets Basin, the Caucasus, Central Asia and Ussuri Krai. He founded the city of Horlivka; the city has a monument in honor of him.
Provalov was born on 11 June 1906 in Babushkino village in Irkutsk Governorate in the family of a miner. He was a cousin of Double Hero of the Soviet Union Afanasy Beloborodov. He graduated from seven grades and worked as a land surveyor. He later became chairman of the village Selsoviet.
In 1782, under the impression of Pugachev's Rebellion, the Siberian kingdom was divided into three separate viceregencies (наместничество), centered at Tobolsk, Irkutsk and Kolyvan. These viceregencies were downgraded to the status of governorate in 1796 (Tobolsk Governorate, Irkutsk Governorate, Vyatka Governorate).
In 1918-1919 Maximilian Kravkov was a member of the restored Zemstvo of the Nizhneudinsk uyesd, a member of the Governorate's Zemstvo Commission and headed the administration of the Nizhneudinsk uyesd of the Irkutsk Governorate. Since summer 1919 he took part in the preparation of the SR uprising in Irkutsk aimed to remove Aleksandr Kolchak from power, in December 1919 he personally participated in the interception of Kolchak's special trains at the Nizhneudinsk railway station. In January 1920 Kravkov escorted to Irkutsk the “D” train, with gold reserves of Kolchak's government.
In 1736, Okhotsky Uyezd was split off from Yakutsky Uyezd. In the same year, Siberia Governorate was split into two independent areas: Siberia Province, which consisted of the former Tobolsk and Yeniseysk Provinces, under the authority of the governor (posted in Tobolsk), and Irkutsk Province. In 1737, the areas in the South Urals were organized into Iset Province with the center in the town of Shadrinsk, and the province was transferred into Orenburg Governorate. In 1764, Irkutsk Governorate was established in place of the former Irkutsk Province.
In autumn 1917 he returned to Petrograd to continue his education. In summer 1918 he was contracted as an interpreter to a hydrographic expedition to the Lena River's delta. However, the Russian Civil War disturbed his plans. Thus, he ultimately spent 4 months working in Ehirit-Buhachat Aymak of Irkutsk Governorate. As he studied Mongolian, he fluently spoke Buryat language and participated in local meetings. In March 1919 he published several articles where he argued for a chair of Yakutology in Irkutsk University and noted to the similarity of modern Yakut and ancient Turkic, found in Orkhon inscriptions. Later his theory was verified by other scholars.
Averin was born in 1884 or 1885 near Rognedino (today - Bryansk Oblast) in a poor peasant family. In 1903 he joined the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party and in 1904 sided with Bolsheviks. Averin was uneducated and worked as a mechanic. His revolutionary career, he started in Yekaterinoslav where in October 1905 Averin headed a factory committee of RSDLP. During World War I in 1915 Averin was arrested and exiled to the Irkutsk Governorate. He was released in April 1917 on amnesty due to the February Revolution in Russia and returned back to Yekaterinoslav.