1 edition of Backgrounder on the changing Soviet Union found in the catalog.
Backgrounder on the changing Soviet Union
1990 by Centre for Canadian-Soviet Studies, Carleton University in [Ottawa .
Written in English
|Other titles||Dossier préparatoire sur l"Union soviétique en mutation : les répercussions pour le Canada et le monde., The changing Soviet Union : implications for Canada and the world., L"Union soviétique en mutation : les répercussions pour le Canada et le monde.|
|Statement||prepared for the conference by the Centre for Canadian-Soviet Studies, Carleton University.|
|Contributions||Parliamentary Centre for Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade., Canadian Institute for International Peace and Security., Canada-USSR Business Council., Carleton University. Centre for Canadian Soviet Studies.|
|LC Classifications||HF3628.C3 B34 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||17, 17 p.|
|Number of Pages||17|
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Get this from a library. The Changing Soviet Union in the new Europe. [Jyrki Iivonen;] -- The first part of this book discusses wide Backgrounder on the changing Soviet Union book and conceptual issues. The second part deals mainly with military issues, whilst the third part concentrates on concrete co-operative projects in.
Read this book on Questia. The essays in this volume explore aspects of the ideology and the realities of the Soviet Union, and provide historical background which may make Soviet theory and practice intelligible.
Books set in the Former Soviet Union Interested in how people lived in the USSR. Want to get beyond the stereotypes of queues, shortages and Siberian labour camps and read about the human side of the Soviet experience.
These books show us the real story about love, work, holidays, food, childhood, family relationships, and countless other human. Taking the Soviet collapse - the most cataclysmic event of the recent past - as a case study, this text engages students in the exercise of historical analysis, interpretation and explanation.
In exploring the question posed by the title, the author introduces and applies such organizing concepts as great Backgrounder on the changing Soviet Union book conflict, imperial decline, revolution, ethnic conflict, colonialism, 4/5(1).
Books. Background Information: Kirschenbaum, Lisa. Small Comrades: Revolutionizing Childhood in Soviet Russia, (New York and London: Routledge Falmer, ). In this book, Kirschenbaum traces the institution of kindergarten in the Soviet Union, and uses Backgrounder on the changing Soviet Union book childhood education as a lens to understand the Bolshevik ideological.
This is not the most exciting or engaging book on the Soviet Union, but it is informative if you can get past the long dense paragraphs. The author lets the Russians speak for themeselves, which is good, but she doesn't let them carry the narrative, which isn't so good/5.
The story of the Soviet Union’s post-war years appears almost as remarkable as the story of the war. 1 The USSR came to victory in only after first coming close to total defeat. In the Red Army occupied Tallinn, Riga, Vilnius, Warsaw, Berlin, Vienna, Prague, Backgrounder on the changing Soviet Union book, and Sofia, but behind the army the country lay in by: 7.
So it is no surprise that metaphors of ending--death, fall, collapse--frequently punctuate historical analysis. This book explores one of the most significant of twentieth-century ending--the demise of the Soviet Union--placing this enormous event in the perspective of Russian, Soviet, and occasionally world history.
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Soviet Russia: A living history, William Henry Chamberlin One of the least biased and most balanced accounts of the Soviet Union one can find, this author traveled throughout the country interviewing Soviet citizens on various questions. This book also stands on the precipice of an epoch changing event: Collectivization.
Backgrounder on the changing Soviet Union book The Soviet Union in World War II is the story of several wars. When World War II started, the Soviet Union was effectively an ally of Nazi Germany in a relatively conventional European interstate war. Although the Germans did most of the fighting in Poland, the Soviet Union occupied the eastern part.
The history of Soviet Russia and the Soviet Union reflects a period of change for both Russia and the world. Though the terms "Soviet Russia" and "Soviet Union" often are synonymous in everyday speech, when referring to the foundations of the Soviet Union, "Soviet Russia" properly refers to the few years between the October Revolution of and the creation of the Soviet Union.
For textbooks about the history of the Soviet Union in general, I suggest The Rise and Fall of the Soviet Economy (Hanson), and Economic History of the USSR (Nove).
This book is divided into two sections. Section One is dedicated to the (in Marxist parlance) “base” of the USSR: its productive apparatus. The author is an expert on Ukranian affairs (he is director of the Ukranian Research Institute at Harvard University) and spends a lot of time discussing Ukraine's (significant) role in the breakup of the Soviet Union.
He even spends time on Crimea, which makes this book as relevant today as it was 25 years ago, /5(67). The Soviet Union was determined to install "friendly" regimes throughout Eastern Europe following the War. The strategic goal was to protect its European borders from future invasions.
Since the Soviet Union was a communist state, the Soviet government preferred to install communist regimes throughout Eastern Europe. It's a well-researched, fascinating look at how the Soviet Union was affected and reacted to the German invasion and the four years of conflict that followed.
It touches not only on the grand scale of events but delves into the experience at the individual level ─ what life was like for individual soldiers and those behind the front lines. Get this from a library. Background Information on the Soviet Union.
[Kenneth R Whiting; AIR UNIV MAXWELL AFB AL.;] -- This text is concerned primarily with the physical and human resources of the Soviet Union today and with its organization.
The military and industrial powerhouse now facing us did not come into. The Soviet Union, officially the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), was a federal socialist state in Northern Eurasia that existed from to and was the largest country in the world.
Nominally a union of multiple national Soviet republics, in practice its government and economy were highly was a one-party state governed by the Communist Party, Capital and largest city: Moscow. Her previous books were first person accounts of the Soviet Union’s unsuccessful war in Afghanistan, suicide by old-line Communists after the Soviet Union disappeared and the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.
Secondhand Time is the latest in this genre. While a history buff, this writer has not read a lot books of disparate “first person” accounts. The best author writing about common life of ordinary Russian people I've read is Natalia Nesterova (Наталья Нестерова). Her books are full of humor and warmth.
They are touching and fascinating at the same time. Her heroes are sincere, natural an. Peter Kenez's History of the Soviet Union from the Beginning to the End examines not only political change, but also social and cultural developments.
The book identifies the social tensions and political inconsistencies that spurred radical change in the government of Russia, beginning at the turn of the century and culminating in the Cited by: So it is with the present book by Dr.
Toth, with whom I share the memory of long years of Soviet captivity, though we were never in the same camp together. What he relates is a simple chronological account of the 11 years that he spent as a prisoner of the Soviet Union — in truth, the hard, unvarnished reality.
The Soviet Union under the leadership of Mikhail Gorbachev has Soviet decisionmaking, policy change, and the responsiveness of the political system to a crisis. Among these intriguing circumstances A book length manuscript which more fully analyzes the performance of the major institutional actors involved in theFile Size: 1MB.
Get this from a library. Stalin's successors: leadership, stability, and change in the Soviet Union. [Seweryn Bialer] -- This book provides a comprehensive overview of the ways in which the structure and process of Soviet politics have been transformed since Stalin's death, and particularly during the years of the.
Mikhail Gorbachev was the last General Secretary of the Soviet Union. He brought about massive economic, social, and political changes and helped bring an end to both the Soviet Union and the Cold War.
Dates: March 2, — Also Known As: Gorby, Mikhail Sergeevich Gorbachev. Gorbachev's Childhood. Mikhail Gorbachev was born in the small Author: Jennifer Rosenberg.
The military ranks of the Soviet Union were those introduced after the October Revolution of At that time the Imperial Russian Table of Ranks was abolished, as were the privileges of the pre-Soviet Russian nobility. Immediately after the Revolution, personal military ranks were abandoned in favour of a system of positional ranks, which were acronyms of the full position.
Add tags for "The United States and the Soviet Union; a background book on the struggle for power,". Be the first. If you mean why did the Hammer and Sickle changed to the tricolor of the Russian Federation (white, red and blue) the answer is because in December ofthe ruler of the USSR ended it.
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