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Ukraine (Ukrainian State) The Ukrainian State was a client state of Germany led by Pavlo Skoropadskyi, who overthrew the government of the Ukrainian People's Republic. United Baltic Duchy The United Baltic Duchy was a proposed client state of Germany created in 1918 Ottoman client states Azerbaijan (Azerbaijan Democratic Republic) In 1918, the Azerbaijan Democratic Republic, facing Bolshevik revolution and opposition from the Muslim Musavat Party, was then occupied by the Ottoman Empire, which expelled the Bolsheviks while supporting the Musavat Party.

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>Ukraine (Ukrainian State) >The Ukrainian State was a client state of Germany led by Pavlo Skoropadskyi, who overthrew the government of the Ukrainian People's Republic. ⇒ウクライナ(ウクライナ州) ⇒ウクライナ州は、パブロ・スコロバヅキーが、ウクライナの人民共和国の政府を倒し、主導するドイツ従属国であった(1991年独立国に)。 >United Baltic Duchy >The United Baltic Duchy was a proposed client state of Germany created in 1918 ⇒バルト海連合公国 ⇒バルト海連合公領は、1918年にドイツの提案で創られた従属国であった。 >Ottoman client states >Azerbaijan (Azerbaijan Democratic Republic) >In 1918, the Azerbaijan Democratic Republic, facing Bolshevik revolution and opposition from the Muslim Musavat Party*, was then occupied by the Ottoman Empire, which expelled the Bolsheviks while supporting the Musavat Party. ⇒オスマントルコ従属国 ⇒アゼルバイジャン(アゼルバイジャン民主共和国) ⇒1918年、アゼルバイジャン民主共和国は、イスラム・ムサヴァット党*の立場からボルシェビキ革命に反対し、オスマン帝国によって占領された。オスマン帝国がムサヴァット党を支持している間にボルシェビキを追放した。 *Musavat Party:「ムサヴァット党」。アゼルバイジャンに現存する最古の政党(1911年立党)。

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