Stavka


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Stavka

 

an historical term in Russian designating the movable tent set up for the senior military commander at the spot from which he intended to direct troops during battle.

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This meeting is an important one, which is why it is attended by Vatutin (Commander of the Front), Khrushchev (First Member of the Military Council for the Front), and Marshal Zhukov (representative of Stavka and Deputy Commander- in-Chief).
Tickets for the bash, from 11.30pm-1am, are pounds 5/pounds 6 and are available from Stavka, www.ticketweb.co.uk or Ticketweb on 0870 333 1123.
Russia did not exist, he did not think about her--all his thought was concentrated on the Tsar alone." (26) Julia Cantacuzene wrote that her husband noted how, when the Tsar visited Stavka, the Grand Duke "stood aside on all occasions, even from his own place of supreme command, how he handed reports to the Emperor, putting the latter into his own place, while he remained merely in attendance." (27) Chaplain Shavel'skii similarly wrote:
Soviet formations, this division fulfilled the Stavka order of 5
Twenty-four staff including door stewards - at city centre nightspots such as The Garage, The Tunnel and Stavka have been trained to use them.
It came as he and Sarah met up at the Stavka bar on bustling Sauchiehall Street on Thursday night.
The venue for that meeting was Stavka, the city's new Russia theme bar and Moscow mauler Sinitsin, the title holder, clearly felt comfortable in the surroundings.
To take the military coup as one example, there were, of course, people (Mikhail Konstantinovich Lemke in particular) who reported widespread discussions of coups during dark days at Stavka. (10) This in itself is not particularly surprising given the experience of the war years, and it is entirely reasonable to believe those sources that indicate that Alekseev had knowledge of these rumors and may have even had open discussions about them.
Among the Glasgow winners was CPL owned new Russian bar, Stavka, which won the prestigious title of Best New Bar in Scotland and Colin Barr's Uberlounge, which won the Best Concept Development category.
Yep, hard on the heels of Stavka (two of us totally stuffed after pounds 10 of starters) and The Inn (a lavish feast of food and drink for four people for pounds 80) it gives me great pleasure to point you in the direction of Ignite - an Indian restaurant yards from Haymarket Station in Edinburgh.