10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «STALIN PEAK»
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Cultural Landscapes of Post-Socialist Cities: Representation ...
The highest mountain of Carpathia was renamed Stalinov stit (Stalin Peak, before
1949 and after 1961 - Gerlachov Peak), while several important plans carried J.V.
Stalin's name (see Crampton and Crampton 2002) Box 3.7 Stalin monument, ...
Professor Mariusz Czepczynski, 2012
Situating El Lissitzky: Vitebsk, Berlin, Moscow
We stormed one ol the highest mountain peaks — Stalin Peak in Pamir. We went
up two kilometers on a vertical wall, driving in steel hooks. Two of our comrades
perished in this climb. On our shoulders we carried an 80 pound radio station to ...
Nancy Lynn Perloff, Brian Reed, El Lissitzky, 2003
The Collapse of the Soviet Empire: A View from Riga
The highest mountain in the USSR, once enthusiastically named "Stalin's Peak,"
became "Communism Peak." Giving new names inconspicuously to thousands of
Stalin streets, boulevards, prospects, and parks caused great headaches to the ...
Atlas of Eastern Europe in the Twentieth Century
Czechoslovakia did not name a town after Stalin but its highest mountain,
Gerlachovo, was known as 'Stalin Peak', as was Bulgaria's highest point, Musala.
Bulgaria also renamed the Pasard Dam near Sofia, 'Stalin Dam'. The processes
Richard J. Crampton, 1997
Mountain of the Dead: The Dyatlov Pass Incident
ThehighestSoviet peak, a 24,590ft(7,495m) mountainin the Pamir Range,
wasnamed Stalin Peak during his premiershipand in1962 was renamed
Communism Peak. With thebreakup oftheUSSR, the mountain now
liesinTajikistan and was ...
29-36 East Turkestan Republic, 17 Ellsworth Huntington, 88 'False' peak, 74
Fedchenko glacier, 72 Food, Cantonese, 31; for an expedition, 30; at Kashgar, 99
; Turki, 74, 82 Fukang village, 31, 32 Garmo, Stalin peak, 72 Gez river, 82; fording
Historical Dictionary of Tajikistan
ISMAIL SAMANI PEAK. From 1931 to 1962, the Ismail Samani Peak, situated in
northwest Pamir, was known as Stalin Peak, and from 1962 to 1998 as
Communism Peak. This is the highest point of Tajikistan and the former Soviet
Kamoludin Abdullaev, Shahram Akbarzaheh, 2010
Joseph deportation of people to Central Asia 603. 609. 700 purges 609. 613. 633
. 677. 699 World War II ( 1939-1945} 707 Stalinabad see Dushanbe Stalin Peak
see Imeni Ismail Samani Peak steppes, fauna and tlora 590-591 sturgeon 625 ...
The Seven Mountain-Travel Books
The highest peak in the U.S.S.R., to which this new Victory Peak (Pik Pobedy)
comes second, is what the Russians call Stalin Peak, 24,590 ft., climbed by M.
Abalakov in 1933; the large party, of which he was one, approached the peak by
... following does not refer to the same peak a) Cobalamin in Tajikistan? b)
Folacin a) Communism Peak c) Pyridoxine b) Garmo Peak d) Tocopherol c)
Pamir Peak d) Stalin Peak Answer #57 – Math/Science Answer #58 – Geography
/Nature d) ...