Chechen Autonomous Oblast

Chechen Autonomous Oblast (Russian: Чеченская автономная область), or Autonomous Oblast of Chechnya (Russian: автономная область Чечни), was an autonomous oblast of the Russian SFSR, created on November 30, 1922 when it was separated from the Mountain Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic. From 16 October 1924 it belonged to the North Caucasus Krai.

Chechen Autonomous Oblast
Нохчийн АО
Чеченская АО
Autonomous oblast of the Soviet Union
1922–1934
CapitalGrozny
DemonymChechens
History
Historical era20th century
• Established
November 30 1922
• Disestablished
January 15 1934
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Mountain Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic
Checheno-Ingush Autonomous Oblast
Today part ofRussia
 · Chechnya

On January 15, 1934, the Chechen and Ingush Autonomous Oblasts were merged to form the Chechen–Ingush Autonomous Oblast.

ReferencesEdit

  • Всероссийский Центральный Исполнительный Комитет. Декрет от 30 ноября 1922 г. «Об образовании автономной области Чечни». (All-Russian Central Executive Committee. Decree of November 30, 1922 On the Establishment of the Autonomous Oblast of Chechnya. ).

Coordinates: 43°19′N 45°41′E / 43.317°N 45.683°E / 43.317; 45.683