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​Otto E. Reinke gave leadership to Adventist mission work in the United States, Switzerland, Germany, and Russia. During World War I and the Russian Revolution of 1917, he persisted in leading the church forward in the face of severe hardship, violent upheaval, and repression, until exhaustion and illness led to his death at age 46.

Otto Vogel was an administrator of the Seventh-day Adventist institution at Friedensau, Germany during the Second World War.

The first Adventists appeared in the south of Kazakhstan in the late nineteenth century in the village of Konstantinovka, 25 kilometers away from Tashkent. Several German families, who had moved from the European part of Russia, received some Adventist booklets and started celebrating the Sabbath. After a short time, Adventist congregations were organized in Akmolinsk (now Astana, the capital of Kazakhstan) and Auliye-Ata (now Taraz).

The Adventist message came to Kyrgyzstan in 1891. At that time, this territory of Asiatic Russia was named as a Turkestan. Heinrich Ott, who was an Adventist, moved with his family from the Volga region to the village of Orlovka. Other Adventist families also came there. Philipp Trippel was among the newcomers as well. He was the first mentor who coordinated preaching the Adventist message.

​Russia is a country in Eastern Europe and Northern Asia, which for most of the twentieth century was part of the communist Soviet Union. Today, aside from other Christians, the Seventh-day Adventist Church has a small representation in the country.

The Southern Ukrainian Conference is a church unit in southern Ukraine, in operation since 1990.

The Southern Union Mission is a part of the Euro-Asia Division of Seventh-day Adventists. Organized in 1990 and reorganized in 1994, 2010, and 2012, it has its headquarters in Almaty; Kazakhstan.

Central Siberian Mission is part of the Euro-Asia Division of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. The Central Siberian Mission (formerly West Siberian Conference) was organized in 2002. Its headquarters are in Novosibirsk, Russia.

The Crimea Mission is an attached field of the Euro-Asia Division of Seventh-day Adventists. It was organized in 2014, and its headquarters is in Simferopol, Republic of Crimea.

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