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Kirghizia

Full Name 100 Kirghiz Soviet Socialist Republic
Alliance Soviet Union - Minor Member Nation or Possession
Possessing Power Russia
Entry into WW2 22 Jun 1941
Population in 1939 1,530,000
Military Deaths in WW2 70,000
Civilian Deaths in WW2 50,000

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ww2dbaseKirghizia was originally formed as Kirghiz Autonomous Socialist Soviet Republic in Feb 1926 and was given status as a nominally independent republic of the Soviet Union in 1936. During the purges of the 1930s and during the German conquests of the late 1930s and early 1940s, more than 20,000 Russian, Polish, and Ukrainian Jews fled to Kirghizia; included in this group was the Jewish Theater Company of Warsaw, which performed in Kirghizia between 1939 and 1945. Kirghiz Soviet Socialist Republic remained a part of the USSR until the formation of Kyrgyz Republic, commonly known as Kyrgyzstan, in Dec 1991.

ww2dbaseSource: Wikipedia

Last Major Update: Apr 2013

Events Taken Place in Kirghizia
Deportation of Caucasian, Altaic, and Turkish Peoples1 Jan 1940 - 29 Dec 1944







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