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Is Soviet Union same as USSR?

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Yes. The USSR stands for the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. It no longer exists, as the countries that were in it are now all independent. It was dissolved in 1991.
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Is the Soviet Union the same as Russia?

No, it isn't. At the time the Soviet Union was still in existence, "Russia" was one part of the Soviet Union, although by far the largest and most dominant. In December 1922,

Are Russia and the Soviet Union the same?

No. The Soviet Union was a country which existed from 1922 to 1991. Russia was a part of the Soviet Union when it existed, much like how Texas is part of the United States. Si

Who formed the USSR or soviet Union?

1922 Formally created by the Russian, Ukrainian, and Belorussian Soviet Socialist Republics, including Transcaucasia SSR (which would be sub-divided later for administrative p
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Why USSR was called Soviet Union?

before the russian revolution the country was split up int small administrative areas called soviets,a bit like cantons in china which were answerable to the tsar.when communi
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Why did the USSR become to the Soviet Union?

The USSR (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics) and the Soviet Union are different names for the same thing. It's like how another name for the United States of America is USA.