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Description Republics of the USSR in constitutional order. Done to colors at en:Wikipedia:WikiProject Maps; original file from Image:USSR map.svg.
Date 2008-09-21 06:03 (UTC)
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The constitutional order (1977) is

  1. Russian SFSR
  2. Ukrainian SSR
  3. Byelorussian SSR
  4. Uzbek SSR
  5. Kazakh SSR
  6. Georgian SSR
  7. Azerbaijan SSR
  8. Lithuanian SSR
  9. Moldavian SSR
  10. Latvian SSR
  11. Kirghiz SSR
  12. Tajik SSR
  13. Armenian SSR
  14. Turkmen SSR
  15. Estonian SSR
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