The Transbaikal province is an administrative-territorial unit within the Far Eastern Region of the RSFSR that existed from November 15, 1922 to January 4, 1926 .
The administrative center is the city of Chita .
On March 17, 1906, the Trans-Baikal Region became part of the Irkutsk Governor General .
On April 6, 1920, the eastern part of the former Trans-Baikal Region of the Russian Empire became part of the Far Eastern Republic (FER) as the Trans-Baikal Region of the Far Eastern Democratic Republic, and on November 22 of the same year, the Baikal Region of the Far Eastern Federal District was formed from four western districts of the Trans- Baikal Region .
On November 15, 1922, the Far Eastern Republic became part of the RSFSR as the Far Eastern Region, and the Trans-Baikal Province was formed by the decision of the Council of People's Commissars of the RSFSR .
In October 1923, a smaller part of the abolished Pribaikal province was transferred to the Transbaikal province (the larger part went to the Buryat-Mongol Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic ).
As of January 1, 1926, the province was divided into 5 counties: Borzinsky , Nerchinsky , Petrovsky-Zavodsky , Sretensky , Chitinsky  .
January 4, 1926, with the abolition of the Far Eastern region, the Transbaikal province was liquidated. Its territory, divided into Chita and Sretensky districts, entered the newly formed Far Eastern Territory .
In 1930-1936, the okrugs were reassigned to the newly formed East Siberian Territory .
On September 26, 1937, the territories entered the newly formed Chita Region (since 2008 - the Trans - Baikal Territory ).
- The territorial and administrative division of the USSR as of January 1, 1926. - M .: Main Directorate of Communal Services of the NKVD, 1926. - 284 p. - 4000 copies.