The Terek Soviet Republic (Терская Советская Республика), or Terek People's Republic (Терская Народная Республика) (March 1918 – February 1919), was a short-lived republic on the territory of the former Terek Oblast. Its capital was first Pyatigorsk, and later Vladikavkaz. After July 1918, it was part of the North Caucasian Soviet Republic.
|Terek Soviet Republic|
Терская Советская Республика
|Soviet Republic of Russian SFSR|
Terek SR and other early republics of the RSFSR in the caucasus.
|Capital||first Pyatigorsk, and later Vladikavkaz|
|Today part of|
In contrast to other Soviet republics, the Republic was a coalition government.
- Alex Marshall: "The Terek people's republic, 1918: coalition government in the Russian revolution", Revolutionary Russia, 22:2, 2009, p. 203–221.
- Harald Hagemann: "European émigrés and the 'Americanization' of economics", The European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 18:5, 2011, p. 643-671 (here: p. 657).
- Alex Marshall: The Caucasus Under Soviet Rule, Routledge: London/New York 2010, p. 175.