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  • proper n. Alternative form of Uzhhorod.


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  • Oleksander Zobin/AFP/Getty Images ECONOMIC TROUBLES: A boy washed his face while rummaging through trash to find recyclable materials to exchange for money near the Ukrainian city of Uzhgorod Wednesday.

    Today’s Photos: July 16

  • The 1. 2-million-bbl/d capacity southern branch splits in Uzhgorod, Ukraine, with one section going through Slovakia and the Czech Republic and the other section going to Hungary, where it connects to the Adria pipeline.

    Energy profile of North-Central Europe

  • As a child, until 1914, she had been a subject of the Austro-Hungarian Empire; between 1919 and 1938, Uzhgorod was the capital of Ruthenia, an autonomous province of Czechoslovakia; during World War II, the region was occupied by the Nazis, who gave it to their satrapy Hungary; after the war, the U.S.S.R. annexed the area, and Uzhgorod became the administrative center of Transcarpathia, the southwesternmost province of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic.

    The Great Experiment

  • I wrote some notes based on my trip to Uzhgorod, but the article never ran in Time.

    The Great Experiment

  • Only later did I fully appreciate the significance of what I saw and heard in Uzhgorod.

    The Great Experiment

  • She had been born in Uzhgorod and never left, yet she had lived in four countries.

    The Great Experiment

  • * I remember thinking that the young woman who had been my guide in Estonia a few years before no longer needed permission from Moscow to travel to Helsinki—or, for that matter, to the Dallas of her dreams—and that the grandchildren of the old woman I had met in Uzhgorod in 1969 would grow up as citizens of an independent Ukraine.

    The Great Experiment

  • The Corvallis-Uzhgorod Sister Cities Association board recently voted to approve the allocation of $9000 to purchase a new fence at Public School #14 in Uzhgorod.

    Day 5: Uzhorod, Ukraine or "Am I on Tour with the Beatles or What?"

  • "Bukovina" reminds me immediately of "Zakarpatie" and Uzhgorod spent honeymoon there, 2 decades ago. KAPELYE AND KUCSMA.

  • When it was announced that four annexed cities on the western rim of the Soviet Union—Riga in Latvia; Lvov, once Polish; Chernovtsy, once Rumanian; and Uzhgorod, once Czechoslovak—were open to foreign travel, my friend Max Frankel of the New York Times and I quickly signed up for a trip to all four places.

    Staying Tuned


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