Bulavinskoe

The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

Bulavinskoe

 

an urban-type settlement in Donetsk Ob-last, Ukrainian SSR, 4 km from the Bulavino railroad station (on the Debal’tsevo-Uglegorsk line). Population, 4, 800 (1967). Bulavinskoe has coal mining.

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References in periodicals archive ?
Lebedev, Bulavinskoe vosstanie (Moscow: Ogiz, 1934), 93-94; Bulavinskoe vosstanie 1707-1708 (Moscow: Politkatorzhan, 1935), 230, 450-67; Kazakevich, Vosstanie moskovskikb strel'tsov, 39-42; N.
One of the passages in the letter to the Kuban Cossacks (more on this source below) reads: "and if our tsar does not reward us, as he rewarded our fathers, grandfathers, and great-grandfathers," then "our entire Host will abandon him" (Bulavinskoe vosstanie 1707-1708, 464).
(95) Bulavinskoe vosstanie 1707-1708, 461--65; Some Soviet historians have argued that the disagreements between Bulavin and the tsar signaled a rejection of "tsarist illusions." See, e.g., V.