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    The Soviet Union was an ethnically diverse country, with more than 100 distinct ethnic groups. The total population of the country was estimated at 293 million in 1991. According to a 1990 estimate, the majority of the population were Russians (50.78%), followed by Ukrainians (15.45%) and Uzbeks (5.84%). [220]

  2. la unión soviética y sus estados aliados de europa oriental, denominados bloque del este, estuvieron involucrados en la guerra fría, que fue una prolongada lucha ideológica y política mundial contra los estados unidos y sus aliados del bloque occidental; finalmente la unión soviética cedió ante los problemas económicos y los disturbios políticos …

  3. El Sóviet de la Unión (en ruso, Совет Союза , romanización Soviet Soyuza) 1 o Sóviet de los Diputados del Pueblo fue una de las dos cámaras del Sóviet Supremo de la Unión Soviética, creado por la Constitución de la Unión Soviética de 1936. Funcionó entre los años 1938 y 1991.

    • Republics of The Soviet Union
    • Geography, Climate and Environment
    • History
    • Sports
    • Culture

    The Soviet Union consisted of 15 republics. These were either Soviet Socialist Republics, or Soviet Socialist Federal Republics. Each republic was independent and handled its own cultural affairs. Each also had the right to leave the union, which they did in 1991. The Federal Republics were different in that they had more autonomy, and were made up...

    The Soviet Union at its largest size in 1991, with 22,400,000 square kilometres (8,600,000 sq mi), was the world's biggest country. Covering a sixth of the world's land, its total size was comparable to North America's. The western part (in Europe) accounted for a quarter of the country's area, and was the country's cultural and economic center. Th...

    The last Russian Tsar (emperor), Nicholas II, ruled Russia until March 1917, when the Russian Empire was taken over and a short-lived "provisional government" replaced it, led by Alexander Kerensky and soon to be overthrown in November by Bolsheviks. From 1917 to 1922, the country that came before the Soviet Union was the Russian Soviet Federative ...

    Made on July 20th, 1924, in Moscow, Sovetsky Sportwas the first sports newspaper of the Soviet Union.

    The culture of the Soviet Union went through several stages during the USSR's existence. During the first 10 years following the revolution, there was freedom and artists tested several different styles to find a distinctive Soviet style of art. Lenin wanted art to be available to the Russian people. On the other hand, hundreds of smart people, wri...

    • Overview
    • 1917–1927
    • 1927–1953
    • 1953–1964
    • 1964–1982
    • 1982–1991

    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" often specifically refers to brief period between the October Revolution of 1...

    The original philosophy of the state was primarily based on the works of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. In its essence, Marx's theory stated that economic and political systems went through an inevitable evolution in form, by which the current capitalist system would be replaced by a Socialist state before achieving international cooperation and p...

    The history of the Soviet Union between 1927 and 1953 covers the period of the Second World War and of victory against Nazi Germany while the USSR remained under the control of Joseph Stalin. Stalin sought to destroy his political rivals while transforming Soviet society with central planning, in particular a collectivization of agriculture and a d...

    In the Soviet union, the eleven-year period from the death of Joseph Stalin to the political ouster of Nikita Khrushchev, the national politics were dominated by the Cold War; the ideological U.S.–USSR struggle for the planetary domination of their respective socio–economic systems, and the defense of hegemonic spheres of influence. Nonetheless, si...

    The history of the Soviet Union from 1964 to 1982, referred to as the Brezhnev Era, covers the period of Leonid Brezhnev's rule of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. This period began with high economic growth and soaring prosperity, but ended with a much weaker Soviet Union facing social, political, and economic stagnation. The average annua...

    The history of the Soviet Union from 1982 through 1991, spans the period from Leonid Brezhnev's death and funeral until the dissolution of the Soviet Union. Due to the years of Soviet military buildup at the expense of domestic development, economic growth stagnated. Failed attempts at reform, a standstill economy, and the success of the United Sta...