OVERVIEW GRAPHS - TIMELINE


Census YearCountry Name
1871Russia
1881Russia
1891Russia
1911Russia
1921Russia
1933Latvia
1933Russia
1947Latvia
1947Russia
1954Latvia
1954Ukraine
1954USSR
1961Latvia
1961Ukraine
1961USSR
1971Latvia
1971Ukraine
1976Latvia
1976Ukraine
1981Latvia
1981Ukraine
1986Latvia
1986Ukraine
1991Latvia
1991Russian Federation
1991Ukraine
1996Latvia
1996Russian Federation
1996Ukraine
2001Latvia
2001Russian Federation
2001Ukraine
2006Latvia
2006Russian Federation
2006Ukraine
2011Latvia
2011Russian Federation
2011Ukraine

Notes

• In 1918 Russia was renamed the Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic (RSFSR).

• In 1921 the Ukraine was divided between Poland and the RSFSR.

• In 1922, the RSFSR and the majority of Ukraine became part of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.

• Latvia was annexed by the Soviet Union in 1940.

• After World War II eastern and western Ukraine were reunited by the Soviets. In 1954 Crimea was added to the republic.

• The Soviet Union broke up in the early 1990s, which led to the emergence of the Russian Federation in 1991.

• Latvia and Ukraine gained independence from the Soviet Union in 1991, despite being represented independently by the ABS from the mid 20th century.


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