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The city once called Stalingrad was originally called Tsaritsin (from 1598 until 1925). In 1925 it was renamed Stalingrad after Josef Stalin successfully defended i…t in 1918 during the Russian civil war (or revolution) In 1961 , after Stalin had fallen from grace, it was renamed again, this time as Volgograd after the river which flows through the city. It still has that name.
Yes, and there is a city named Leningrad, named after the Founder of Communism.
Answer This city name first was 'Tsaritsyn' Then 'Stalingrad' (until 1958-60). Now 'Volgograd'.
Stalingrad is the name of a city in Russia, which used to be called Tsaritsyn from 1589 to 1925 when the name was changed to Stalingrad. Now it is called Volgograd because o…f its location on the Volga River. Stalingrad was laid siege to during World War Two by the Germans, which means that no supplies were allowed into the city. The siege lasted over 800 days. Most of the population of the city died, but the city never fell. Over 1,200,000 Russians died at Stalingrad. And each man had a life expectancy of 24 hours, IF they were able to cross the Volga River. The Russians launched an attack that surrounded and cut-off the German VI Army. The Germans held out with supplies and re-inforcements brought in by air. Eventually the German VI Army surrendered and Stalingrad remained in Russian control. The Russians defended the city because it was named after their Dictator. Stalingrad is now called Volgograd. St Petersburg was not called Stalingrad, but was for a short time named Leningrad. Answer Stalingrad, now Volgograd, is a city situated in Russia on the Volga river. It's well-known for the battle that took place there from 1942-43. In early 1942, the Germans were pushing forward through the southern areas of the Eastern Front. The Russians, too weak to fight up front at this point in this region, had been performing tactical retreats. Quickly the German advance arrived at the city of Stalingrad on the Volga river. Fighting in the ruined urban landscape bogged down. Germans struggled to push deeper into the city while Russia gathered what forces it could spare from the fight in the city. On 11/19, a massive encirclement operation was launched by the USSR, successfully trapping the German sixth army. German attempts to break through the Soviet encirclement and send supplies by air to the sixth army all failed. By 2/3/1943, the sixth army had surrendered and the USSR effectively won the battle. Estimates for casualties are unreliable but it is thought that each side suffered in the neighborhood of 500,000 KIA and enormous amounts of other casualties. Stalingrad is generally considered the bloodiest battle in history. ANSWER This was an unimportant city, Hitler though hated Stalin so much that he diverted all of 7th army to take it, this was half of the force sent to take the oil fields down south. The Russians fortified the city and lost most of it except for a few key strong holds on the city side of the Volger, the Russians resupplies there troops by holding these positions. German Genarl Von Manshtin was in charge of the occupation and when he was surrounded and wanted to break through to the German side Hitler refused and said the Luftwaffa (the German air force) would supply them from the air. They did not reserve enough supplies so they had to surrender. Casualties of Russia in Stalingrad (1,200,000) Russian KIA and over (300,000) Germans KIA or MIA, (90,000) SURRENDERED and less than 4000 Germans in Russian captivity ever returned home. Within one year and 11 months, the Russians had crossed the Odor River, Berlin's defenses mounted over 45,000 Germans, mostly recruits of old and too young to fight the Russians. But the German defence of Berlin was beyond all question. The revenge of Stalingrad was taken out on the defenceless civilians and surrendering soldiers of Germany, 300 German citizens committed suicide within weeks of the Russian noose, and over 93,000 German Women were raped and killed. No surrender, no retreat for Germans, kill or be killed... ANSWER: Stalingrad's definition is also a city put under the USSR leader himself Joseph Stalin. (Stalin means man of steel) or (leader) therefore Stalingrad means (Stalin) as in Joseph Stalin, and (grad) or (Город) which is the Russian word for city. So (The leader's city) pretty much! or Stalin's City The Battle of Stalingrad started on Sunday 23rd August 1942.
The city of Stalingrad , now renamed Volgograd after the river , was named after the Russian dictator Josef Stalin .
Answer Volgograd - though there is constant lobbying for the name to be changed back to Stalingrad, as Russians remain extremely proud of the WW2 batttle there.
It wasn't. They are two separate cities. As a result of the Communist Revolution in 1917, the Soviets renamed some of their cities to erase the memory of living under the… Tsar and religious traditions. Saint Petersburg was changed to Petrograd during World War I and renamed for Lenin upon his death. Saint Petersburg was renamed Petrograd in 1914, and Leningrad from 1924-1991. Tsaritsyn became Stalingrad, and is today known as Volgograd.
Stalingrad became Volgograd, not St. Petersburg. As to St Petersburg, it used to be Leningrad and before that it had been Petrograd and before that it was St. Petersburg.
Stalingrad is now called Volgograd,
Stalingrad, an industrial city located on the western bank of the lower Volga River in Russia, earned great fame during World War II as the site of the 1942/43 battle betw…een German and Soviet troops which resulted in a decisive Soviet victory. In 1961, the city was renamed Volgograd, and this name still stands; however, 2013, the decision was made to return the name of the city to "Stalingrad" at honorary occasions during each year, with the possibility of returning to the older name permanently.
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Petrograd. It was originally St Petersburg but it was changed to Petrograd as St Petersburg was believed to be more German.
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The peasant girl is not the rose, It is rather Aristotle's comedy on laughter, which is destroyed by the fire in the library. In the book, one of the last sentences is "Stat R…osa pristina nomine, nomina nuda tenemus", which means yesterday's rose lasts in its name, we embrace empty names today. So despite the concept and essence of the library enlightening knowledge will remain forever it will only exist as an idea as it has been destroyed.