Tuvan Autonomous Oblast
|Tuvan Autonomous Oblast|
|Туви́нская авто́номная о́бласть|
|Autonomous oblast of the Soviet Union|
Comparison of the borders of the Tuva Autonomous Oblast (red) and "Uriankhay (1914)".
|Political structure||Autonomous oblast of the Soviet Union|
|•||Annexation||October 11, 1944|
|•||Disestablished||October 10, 1961|
The Tuvan Autonomous Oblast (Russian: Туви́нская авто́номная о́бласть Tuvinskaya avtonomnaya oblast) was an autonomous oblast of the Soviet Union created on 11 October 1944 following the annexation of the Tuvan People's Republic by the Soviet Union. On 10 October 1961 it was transformed into the Tuvan Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic.
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