State of Buryat-Mongolia

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State of Buryat-Mongolia
Буряад-Монгол Улас
Государство Бурят-Монголия

1917–1921
 

 

Capital Chita
Languages Buryat-Mongolian, Mongolian, Russian
Religion Tibetan Buddhism, Orthodox Christianity
Government Republic
Legislature Burnazkom
History
 -  Independence 25 April 1917
 -  Dissolution 1921
Currency Rouble of Russian Empire
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State of Buryat-Mongolia (Buryat: Буряад-Монгол улас) was a buffer Buryat-Mongolian state,[1] which existed during the Russian Civil War. It was established according to the decision of the I All-Buryat congress on 25 April 1917. The main government body was the parliament - Burnazkom.[2]

After the collapse of the Soviet regime under the advancement of the Whites and the Czechoslovakian division, the State of Buryat-Mongolia was recognized by the Soviets in 1918, and later also by Grigory Semyonov's Government of Transbaikalia.[3] The state de-facto ceased to exist after the formation of the Far Eastern Republic, which had divided Buryat-Mongolia in two halves: 4 aimags became part of the Far Eastern Republic, while the other 4 formed Buryat-Mongol autonomies of RSFSR.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Бабаков В. В., Бурнацком - Бурнардума: первый опыт национально-государственного строительства в Бурятии, Улан-Удэ, 1997 г.
  2. ^ Бабаков В. В., Бурнацком - Бурнардума: первый опыт национально-государственного строительства в Бурятии, Улан-Удэ, 1997 г.
  3. ^ Образование Бурят-Монгольской АССР как реализация национальной политики Советского государства