Coat of arms of the Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic

Coat of arms of the Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic
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Armiger Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic Government of the Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic
Adopted February 14, 1937
Escutcheon Baroque shield with hammer and sickle
Supporters Stalks of wheat and cotton
Motto Бутун дунё пролетарлари, бирлашингиз!
Workers of the world, unite!
Other elements Red star, rising sun, map of Soviet Central Asia,
acronym "Ўз. С.С.Р."
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The coat of arms of the Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic was adopted on February 14, 1937 by the government of the Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic. The coat of arms is based on the coat of arms of the Soviet Union. It shows symbols of agriculture (sickle, cotton and wheat) and heavy industry (hammer). The rising sun over a map of the Soviet Central Asia symbolizes the future of this region, while the five pointed red star stands for the "socialist revolution on all five continents".

The banner bears the Soviet Union state motto ("Workers of the world, unite!") in both the Russian and Uzbek languages. In Uzbek, it is "Бутун дунё пролетарлари, бирлашингиз!" (in the current Uzbek Latin script: "Butun dunyo proletarlari, birlashingiz!").

The acronym of the Uzbek SSR is shown only in the Uzbek alphabet.

The Karakalpak Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic used a variant of this coat of arms, with the state motto in both Karakalpak and Uzbek languages, and the republic's acronym.

Earlier version of the coat of arms, until 1970s, had silver hammer and sickle.[1][2]

The emblem was changed in 1992 to the present Uzbekistan coat of arms, which retains many parts of the old Soviet one.

References

  1. ^ Compare, e.g., Herzog H.-U., Wolf F. Flaggen und Wappen. Leipzig: VEB Bibliographisches Institut, 1967 — S. 95 and Атлас СССР. М.: ГУГК при СМ СССР, 1988 — ненумерованные страницы после стр. 16
  2. ^ Торбасов О. К вопросу о символике РКСМ(б) «Бюллетень ЦК РКСМ(б)» №2, 1 ноября 1997 г.



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