Translation for 'Krivoy Rog' from English to Russian
Кривой Рог {м}
Krivoy Rog
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Translation for 'Krivoy Rog' from English to Russian

Krivoy Rog
Кривой Рог {м}геогр.
Usage Examples English
  • In their calculations for stubborn defense, the Germans attached particular importance to the retention of the right-bank Ukraine and Crimea with their rich food resources, manganese production centers around Nikopol, iron ore production centers around Krivoy Rog and Kerch, as well as the Black Sea basin with first-class seaports.
  • The new borders completely included Novorossiya (including the short-lived Donetsk-Krivoy Rog Soviet Republic) and other neighboring provinces, which contained a substantial number of ethnic Russians.
  • It became a part of the Donets-Krivoy Rog Soviet Republic, although in spring 1918 it was occupied by German troops. This lasted until November 1918.
  • In 1918, while Ukraine was under German occupation, Artyom was a chairman of the Sovnarkom of the unrecognized Donetsk-Krivoy Rog Soviet Republic in Ukraine and Narkom of Public Economy.
  • Until 2016 the station was named Maidan Artema after an eponymous city square (today called Ploshcha Oleksandra Polia), actually located a fair distance away from the station, which held a massive statue of the Bolshevik Fyodor Sergeyev (nicknamed Artyom), the chairman of the Commissariat of the Donetsk Krivoy Rog Soviet Republic.

  • Donetsk–Krivoy Rog was supposed to use a red flag with a white-green-black canton (in the colors of the Bachmut coat of arms). This is just a theory and there is no reliable evidence for this.
  • After the liberation of right-bank Ukraine by troops of the 3rd Ukrainian Front, in collaboration with 4th Ukrainian Front by making Nikopol-Krivoy Rog Operation 1944, the took to the district Ingulets, where in March–April launched an offensive at the Nikolayev-Odessa area.
  • Transferred to the 1st Panzer Army, the division fought at Krivoy Rog and broke out of an encirclement in March 1944.
  • and the Russian geologist Alexander Pol, who in 1866 had discovered the Kryvyi Rih (then known as Krivoy Rog) iron ore basin, Kryvbas, during archaeological research.
  • The Donetsk–Krivoy Rog Soviet Republic or Donetsk–Kryvyi Rih Soviet Republic ([...] , [...]) was a self-declared Soviet republic of the Russian SFSR proclaimed on 12 February 1918.

  • Kryvyi Rih ([...] , [...]), also known as Krivoy Rog (...), is a city in central Ukraine. It hosts the administration of the Kryvyi Rih District and its subordinate Kryvyi Rih urban community.
  • Major projects for the 1986-90 period included a 5,600 km natural-gas pipeline from the Yamburg Peninsula (in northern Siberia) to Eastern Europe; the Krivoy Rog (in the Ukraine), a mining and enrichment combine that would produce 13 million tons of iron ore annually; the production and exchange of 500 million roubles' worth (approximately US$650 million) of equipment for nuclear power plants; and joint projects for extracting coal in Poland, magnesite in Czechoslovakia, nickel in Cuba, and nonferrous metals in Mongolia.
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