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The Amur Mission was a Siberian church unit that comprised the easternmost Oblasts of Siberia from 1914 to 1925.

The Asian-Caucasian Conference was a church unit in Central Asia and the Caucasus that operated from 1989 to 1994.

The Azov Conference was a Russian church unit that covered the eastern part of Ukraine. It operated from 1912 to sometime after 1930, but after that year, the Yearbook did not report on the Russian church units until 1982.

The Baltic Conference was a church unit that comprised the provinces of the Baltic countries and the surrounding area in the Russian Empire from 1908 until c. 1920.

The Black Sea Conference was a Russian church unit that covered the eastern part of Ukraine. It operated from 1919 to sometime after 1930, but after that year, the Yearbook did not report on Soviet church units until 1982.

First organized in 1912, the Bohemian Mission was reorganized and renamed several times until it became the Bohemian Conference after the Second World War.

The Bukovinskaya Conference is located in western Ukraine and has been in operation since 1990.

The Central Asia Conference was a church unit that comprised part of Central Asia from 1994 to 2002.

The Central Asian Conference was a church unit that operated in the Central Asian Soviet Socialist Republics from 1926 to 1929, when it became the Central Asian Mission. It is unknown when or whether the mission was dissolved.

The Central Bohemian Conference is now a defunct church unit belonging to the Czech lands.

The Central Ukrainian Conference started operating in 1990. Due to increased membership, it was subdivided into more fields and became a mission, and then a conference again in 2009.

n 1928, after the European Division was divided into four new European divisions, the Czechoslovakian Union became part of the Central European Division.

The Dnieper Conference was established in 1996 to oversee the work of the Seventh-day Adventists in the Cherkasy, Kirovograd, and Poltava regions.

The Düna Conference was a short lived Russian church unit that operated from 1914 until sometime after 1917.

The East Russian Conference was a short-lived conference in southwestern Russia.

The East Russian Mission was a short-lived church unit in the ever-expanding work in Russia.

The East Siberian Mission was a Russian church unit that covered a large part of East Siberia from 1911 to 1921.

The Eastern Dnieper Conference is a church unit in eastern Ukraine that has operated since 1997.

The Eastern Ukrainian Mission is the easternmost Ukrainian church unit, in operation since 2014.

This article provides the ratio of Adventist tunes composed by native composers and native Adventists and suggests possible reasons for such ratio.