Kuban-Black Sea Soviet Republic

The Kuban-Black Sea Soviet Republic (May 30 – July 6, 1918) was a short-lived republic of the Russian SFSR. Its capital was Yekaterinodar, now known as Krasnodar.

Kuban-Black Sea Soviet Republic
Кубано-Черноморская Советская Республика
Republic of the Russian SFSR
1918
Flag of Kuban
Kuban-Black Sea SR.png
CapitalYekaterinodar (now Krasnodar)
Area
 • Coordinates45°02′N 38°58′E / 45.033°N 38.967°E / 45.033; 38.967Coordinates: 45°02′N 38°58′E / 45.033°N 38.967°E / 45.033; 38.967
History
Government
Chairman of the Central Executive Committee 
• 1918
Avran Rubin
Historical eraRussian Civil War
• Established
30 May 1918
• Merged
6 July 1918
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Kuban Soviet Republic
Black Sea Soviet Republic
North Caucasian Soviet Republic

It was created by merging the Black Sea Soviet Republic and Kuban Soviet Republic. Later, it was itself merged into the North Caucasian Soviet Republic. The leader of the republic was Avran Rubin.