Terek Soviet Republic
Terek Soviet Republic (Терская Советская Республика) or Terek People's Republic (Терекская Народная Республика) (March 1918 – February 1919) was a short-lived republic on the territory of the today Terek Oblast. Its capital was first Pyatigorsk, and later Vladikavkaz. After July 1918 it was part of the North Caucasian Soviet Republic.
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.
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