Kamenka


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Kamenka

 

a city (since 1956), center of Kamenka Raion, Cherkassy Oblast, Ukrainian SSR, located on the Tiasmin River (a tributary of the Dnieper). Railroad station on the Cherkassy-Znamenka line. Population, 14, 600 (1972). Kamenka has a machine-building plant, a sugar plant, a distillery, a butter factory, and a building-materials plant. The literary-memorial museum of A. S. Pushkin and P. I. Tchaikovsky, who had made visits to Kamenka, is in the Green House. V. L. Davydov’s estate, where the members of the Southern Society of the Decembrists used to meet in the 1820’s, has been preserved in Kamenka.


Kamenka

 

an urban-type settlement, center of Kamenka Raion, Moldavian SSR. Located on the left bank of the Dnestr River, 36 km from the Popeliukhi railroad station on the Zhme-rinka-Razdel’naia line. Population, 12,500(1972). Kamenka has a vegetable and fruit cannery, a bread-baking factory, and a butter factory. It also has a museum of history and local lore and a fruit and vegetable sovkhoz-technicum.


Kamenka

 

an urban-type settlement in Dal’negorsk(Tetiukhe) Raion, Primor’e Krai, RSFSR. Situated on the shoreof the Sea of Japan, it has a fish combine. There is also furfarming (mink).


Kamenka

 

an urban-type settlement in Mezen’ Raion, Arkhangelsk Oblast, RSFSR. It is a port on the left bank of theMezen’ River, 38 km from the White Sea and 280 km northeastof Arkhangel’sk. The Mezen’ Sawmill is located in the settlement.


Kamenka

 

an urban-type settlement in Vichuga Raion, Ivanovo Oblast, RSFSR. It is located on the Sunzha River, 2 kmfrom the river’s confluence with the Volga, and 25 km northwestof the Vichuga railroad station on the Ivanovo-Kineshma line. The Krasnyi Oktiabr’ Textile Finishing Factory is located in Kamenka.


Kamenka

 

an urban-type settlement in Ostrogozhsk Raion, Voronezh Oblast, RSFSR. Railroad station (Evdakovo) on theGeorgiu-Dezh-Millerovo line. There is a combine for the production of oils and fats, a butter and cheese plant, and an industrial combine in the settlement.


Kamenka

 

a city (until 1951, a settlement), center ofKamenka Raion, Penza Oblast, RSFSR, located on the AtmisRiver (of the Oka River basin). Railroad station (Belinskaia) 80km west of Penza. Population, 30, 000 (1970). Kamenka hasplants for the production of farm machinery, building components, carbonic acid, groats, and seeds, a brickyard, a butterfactory, a brewery, and a meat combine. It also has a machine-building evening technicum.


Kamenka

 

a river in Krasnoiarsk Krai, RSFSR, a right tributary of the Angara. It measures 313 km long and drains an areaof 11, 400 sq km. The river is meandering, and there are rapids. Its tributaries are the Uderei River on the right and the KozhimaRiver on the left. The Kamenka River is fed by snow and rain. It is used for floating timber.

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At Kamenka a relay of horses was to wait which would take them to the Warsaw highroad, and from there they would hasten abroad with post horses.
The upper part of the succession, cropping out at the right bank of the Kamenka River, was studied in detail in 1996 and 2016.
En una reunion en Kamenka (Ucrania), a finales de 1823, alrededor de media docena de lideres de la Sociedad del Sur, entre los que se encontraban, junto a otros, Pestel, Sergei Muraviev-Apostol y Mijail Bestuzhev-Riumin, decidieron no repetir, en palabras de Bestuzhev-Riumin "el estupido ejemplo de Espana, y estar alerta ante las posibilidades de fracaso" (62).
Kiev forces shelled Donetsk (Petrovsky, Kuybyshevsky and Kievsky districts and airport) and the settlements of Yasinovataya, Telmanovo, Belaya Kamenka, Zaichenko, Zhabichevo, Lozovoye and Spartak.
Kamenka, Edward (1976), Political Nationalism: The Evolution of the Idea.
Plamenatz, John (1973), "Two Types of Nationalism," in Eugene Kamenka (ed.
EQUALITIES 64 (1981); Ferenc Feher & Agnes Heller, Forms of Equality, in Justice 149, 152-53 (Eugene Kamenka & Alice Erh-Soon Tay eds.
Two Types of Nationalism", in Nationalism: The Nature and Evolution of an Idea, Eugene Kamenka, ed.
1) See Karl Marx, The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte, in The Portable Karl Marx 287, 287 (Eugene Kamenka trans.
Kamenka puts it: "Since kings were to cease governing and the 'people' were to take their place, people had to be mould into some sort of unity, defined and limited in some sort of way.
31) See Eugene Kamenka, Bureaucracy: New Perspectives on the Past (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1989), chap.