Kuban Rada

The Kuban Rada (Russian: Кубанская Рада; Ukrainian: Кубанська Рада) was the supreme organisation of the Kuban Cossacks, that represented all the heads of the districts. Its head however, Nakazny Ataman, was appointed by the Tsar directly. After the February Revolution, in April 1917 the Rada proclaimed itself as the supreme administration of the Kuban Oblast. On September 24, 1917, the Rada adopted a resolution on the formation of a legislature. After the October Revolution, the Rada fought against Soviet rule, and proclaimed the Kuban People's Republic on January 28, 1918 with its capital in Yekaterinodar.

White Russian General Anton Denikin abolished the Rada in 1920.

In 1990 was formed an organisation, called Rada, which now administers the modern Kuban Cossack Host.

Other articles related to "rada, kuban, kuban rada":

List Of State Leaders In 1918 - Europe
1918 Head of State - Jan Sierada, Chairman of the Rada of Belarus (1918) Pavel Alyaksyuk, Chairman of the Rada of Belarus (1918) Iosif Lyosik, Chairman of the Rada of Belarus (1918) Premier - Jazep Varonka, Chairman ... Ataman of Don (1918) Pyotr Krasnov, Acting Ataman of Don (1918–1919) Kuban (partially recognized state) declared its independence on 16 February 1918 ...
Kuban Cossacks - Expansion - Russian Revolution and Civil War
... In October 1917, simultaneously the Kuban Soviet Republic and the Kuban Rada were formed, both of whom proclaimed their rights to rule the Kuban, and shortly afterwards the Rada declared ... most of the Cossacks initially sided with the Rada, many joined the Bolsheviks as well, who promised them autonomy ... March 1918, after Lavr Kornilov's successful offensive, the Kuban Rada placed itself under his authority ...