Belorussiya Sovet Sotsialistik Respublikasi: Versiyalar orasidagi farq

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|common_languages = Rasmiy tillar:<br>[[Belorus tili|Belorus]]{{·}}[[Rus tili|Rus]]<br />'''Ozchiliklar tillari:'''<br />[[Polyak tili|Polyak]]{{·}}[[Ukrain tili|Ukrain]]{{·}}[[Idish tili|Idish]]<ref>In interwar Soviet Belarus, between 1924 and 1938, four languages were official, namely, Belarusian, Polish, Russian and Yiddish (See: Кожинова, Алла Андреевна. 2017. Языки и графические системы Беларуси в периодот Октябрьской революции до Второй мировой войны (pp 133-156). ''Studi Slavistici''. Vol 14. http://www.fupress.net/index.php/ss/article/download/21942/20141)</ref>
|government_type = [[Unitar davlat|Unitar]] [[Marksizm-Leninizm|Marksist-Leninist]] [[bir partiyali davlat|bir partiyali]] [[Sovet respublikasi|sovet]] [[sotsialistik davlatlar|sotialistik respublika]] (1920-1927; 1953-1990)<br />[[Stalinizm|Stalinist]] [[Bir partiyali tizim|bir partiyali]] [[Totalitarizm|totalitar]] [[diktatura]] (1927-1953)<br />[[Unitar davlat|Unitar]] [[Parlamentar respublika|parlamentar]] [[respublika]] (1990-1991)
|title_leader = Birinchi kotibi
|title_leader = [[List of national leaders of Belarus#First Secretaries of the Central Committee|First Secretary]]
|leader1 = Vilgelm Knorinsh
|year_leader1 = 1920–1923 <small>(first)</small>
|leader2 = [[Anatoly Malofeyev|Anatoĺ Malafiejeŭ]]
|year_leader2 = 1990–1991 <small>(last)</small>
|title_representative = [[ListBosh of Prime Ministers of Belarus|Head of government]]vazir
|representative1 = [[Alexander Chervyakov|Aliaksandr Čarviakoŭ]]
|year_representative1 = 1920–1924 <small>(first)</small>
|representative2 = [[Vyachaslau Kebich|Viačaslaŭ Kiebič]]
|year_representative2 = 1990–1991 <small>(last)</small>
|title_deputy = [[President of Belarus#History|Head of state]]Prezident
|deputy1 = [[Alexander Chervyakov|Aliaksandr Čarviakoŭ]]
|year_deputy1 = 1920–1937 <small>(first)</small>
|deputy2 = [[Mikalay Dzyemyantsyey|Mikalaj Dziemianciej]]
|year_deputy2 = 1990–1991 <small>(last)</small>
|legislature = {{nowrap|[[CongressSovetlari ofKongressi Soviets of Belarus(Belorussiya)|CongressSovetlari of SovietsKongressi]] <small>(1920–1938)</small><br/>[[SupremeOliy SovietSoveti of Belarus(Belorussiya)|SupremeOliy SovietSoveti]] <small>(1938–1991)</small>}}
| era = [[20th century]]
|event_pre = Republic declared
|date_pre = 1 January-yanvar 1919
|life_span = 1920–1991
|event_start = Soviet republic proclaimed
|year_start = 1920
|event1 = [[Treaty on the Creation of the USSR|Admitted to Soviet Union]]
|date_event1 = 30 December-dekabr 1922-yil
|event2 = [[Territories of Poland annexed by the Soviet Union|Annexation of Western Belarus]]
|date_event2 = 15 November-noyabr 1939-yil
|event3 = [[Member states of the United Nations|UN membership]]
|date_event3 = 24 -October 1945-yil
|event4 = [[Declaration of State Sovereignty of the Belarusian Soviet Socialist Republic|Sovereignty declared]]
|date_event4 = 27 July-iyul 1990-yil
|event5 = Independence declared
|date_event5 = 25 August-avgust 1991-yil
|event_end = Internationally recognized
|date_end = 26 December
|year_end = 1991
|stat_year1 = [[Soviet Census (1989)|1989]]
|stat_pop1 = 10199709
|stat_area1 = 207600
|calling_code = 7 015/016/017/02
|currency = [[SovietSovet ruble]] (руб)Rubl (SUR)
|today = {{flag|Belarus}}<br>{{flag|Lithuania}}<ref>''Note'': Some parts, e.g., [[Švenčionys]], [[Šalčininkai]], [[Dieveniškės]], [[Adutiškis]], [[Druskininkai]], were annexed in 1939 from Poland to Byelorussia, but passed to [[Lithuanian Soviet Socialist Republic|Lithuania]] in 1940</ref><br>
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