Central Rada

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Ukrainian Karbovanets - History - First karbovanets, 1917-1920 - Bank-notes of The Ukrainian People's Republic
... On September 20, 1918, the Central Rada proclaimed the issue of bank-notes of the State Treasure in denominations of 5, 10, 25, and 50 karbovanets, to be valid until March 1, 1924 ... The next release by the Central Rada was issued on April 19, 1918 and included denominations of 10, 20, 30, 40 and 50 shahs ... The term "shah" is borrowed by the Central Rada from the ancient name of small coins (change) from as long ago as the 16th century ...
Central Council Of Ukraine - First and Second Universals
... the declaration of autonomy (First Ukrainian Universal, 10 June 1917) the Central Rada elected the General Secretariat, autonomous government of Ukraine consisting of eight secretariats ... autonomy was declared in spite of the Provisional Government and then the Central Rada changed its mind and went on a compromise and postponement the declaration until the Constituent ... at that particular time and accused the Rada in deception ...
Ukrainian War Of Independence - Ukraine After The Russian Revolution
... Soon after, the Central Rada took power in Kiev, while the Bolsheviks in late December 1917 set up a rival Ukrainian republic in the eastern city of Kharkov (Ukrainian ... Hostilities against the Central Rada government in Kiev began immediately ... Under these circumstances, the Rada declared Ukrainian independence on January 22, 1918 and broke ties with Russia ...
Ukrainian Karbovanets - History - First karbovanets, 1917-1920 - Bank-notes of The Ukrainian State Government
... He proclaimed the overthrow of the Central Rada Government and the foundation of the Ukrainian State ... They were ordered by the Central Rada from Germany ... another supply of bank-notes with values of 2, 10, and 100 hryvnias, as ordered by the Central Rada ...
Ukrainian Navy - History - 1917-1921
... Secretariat for Naval Affairs was established within the government of the Central Rada in Kiev (in January 1918 it was reformed in a Ministry) ... For the educational and agitational purposes of the seamen the Central Rada seconded the commissars to Odessa, Nikolaev, Kherson and Sevastopol ... of the Black Sea Fleet Volya swore fealty to the Central Rada, followed soon by several ships and submarines ...

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