What would you like to do?
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, …Russia, then known as the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic, joined with Ukraine, Belorussia and the Transcaucasus Federation to form the Soviet Union. After that over time, the Soviet Union annexed or took under its control many other nearby republics, such as Uzbekistan, Khazakstan and others.
looks like it was started in december 1922 (SFSR), and officially ended december 1991.
The economy was starting to get worse, drugs and stds were becoming common, gorbachevs reforms really were the biggest factor.
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…nce Russia was easily the biggest part, people sometimes referred to the whole Soviet Union as "Russia", although that's not really accurate. Now that the Soviet Union is gone, Russia is its own country.
1922 Formally created by the Russian, Ukrainian, and Belorussian Soviet Socialist Republics, including Transcaucasia SSR (which would be sub-divided later for administrative p…urposes).
yes, because the ussr stands for the united soviet socialists republics
it was formed in 1922
Soviets are people from the Soviet Union, it's like Americans and America
1. Neither of the reasons you state caused the cold war. 2. The cold war was caused by the atomic bomb. 3. The A-bomb resulted in no-one willing to risk fighting total war aga…in. 4. Total war (using the bomb) risked MAD=Mutually Assured Destruction. 5. The Soviet Union is the USSR (same thing).
yes united states of soviet russia USSR Nice try but no cigar ! Union of Soviet Socialist Republics = USSR, since dissolved.
1922. It lasted until 1991.
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…sm was adopted and power was given to the people it was sensible to keep in place these admin centres and call the country the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics when other countries were amalgamated
In USSR in WW2
Different countries in the same part of the world.
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.…
In USSR in WW2
Security of sensitive material, plundering by the military and elite, erosion of order, to name three.
They are the same. 3 names for one country. Actually, today it isRussia again (with a little smaller territory than before. )