Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
The initials USSR stood for "Union of Soviet Socialist Republics".
USSR (russia) stands for union of soviet socialist republics Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.
USSR - Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. It broke up in 1991.
United States Soviet Russians
United Soviet Socialist Republics
union of soviet socalist rebublic
KGB stands for: Komitet Gosudarstvennoy Bezopasnosti USSR stands for: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.
The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Which we commonly call Russia. The Russian Federation under Communist government.
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. In Russian, the acronym is CCCP.
The letters USSR stand for Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, which was the full name of the Soviet Union. It consisted of Russia and fourteen other republics. It disintegrated in the 1990s.
The US and USSR were at a military stand-off during the cold war.
USSR can stand either for the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics or the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic before it was overrun by the Reds in the Russian civil war. Of course, in Russian, it is CCCP.
it wasn't fought, it was a stand off of nuclear superpowers.. aka USA vs USSR
United soziopathischen Scheiße Köpfe Its the ideology of the communist Russia
it means union of soviet socialist rebublics i looked it up in the world book!!!
The hammer and the sickle are the symbols of the communism. It indicades the workers (hammer) and the farmers (sickle).
The cold war was a military stand-off between the US and the USSR.
CCCP is the Cyrillic abbreviation for the Soyuz Sovetskih Sosalistichiskih Republic, in English we knew it as the USSR, Union of Soviet Socialist Republic.
The cold war was a MILITARY stand-off between the US and USSR.
The USSR stands for Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. It included what is now Russia (a country which is both Asian and European) and a number of other territories, some of which, like Kazakhstan, are clearly Asian and others, like Belarus, which just as clearly are not.
The U.S.S.R is the united soviet states of Russia The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. & No, before you ask CCCP did not stand for the Central Committee of the Communist Party.
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. The large letters "CCCP" were the Cyrillic initials of the Russian equivalent, which was Soyuz Sovetskikh Sotsialisticheskikh Respublik.
The relationship between the US and the USSR was a military stand-off, which was titled, the Cold War.
Mutually Assured Destruction. It's a policy held by the United States and the USSR stating that both nations will be destroyed in the event of a nuclear missle launch.
The USSR "collapsed" in 1991.
The USSR disolved in 1991
The USSR "dissolved" in 1991.
The USSR no longer exists. Latvia is an independent country. When it did exist, Latvia was part of the USSR.
The core of the USSR, the Russian Federation.
omgomgomg!!!! USSR!!! YES!
USSR was an ally with the west, in fact Hitler invaded the USSR.
When that song Back in the USSR by the Beatles came out. that marked the recognition of the USSR by the United States.
The USSR dissolved in 1991 and became 15 different countries. It has been about 18 years after the USSR fell. USSR means United Soviet Socialist Republics.
The United States thinks of its economic system as Capitalism, but it does not meet the standards required for Capitalism. The USSR thinks of its economic system as Socialism -- USSR stand for the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. But, it does not meet Karl Marx's concept of Communism.
He was the last leader of the USSR because the USSR seperated six years later.
The USSR formed by the Soviet States in 1922.
The governing council of the USSR is communism.
It was aimed against the USSR
No, the USSR never became a continent.
Yes it was the bread basket of the USSR
Trapped in the USSR was created in 1984.
The ISBN of Trapped in the USSR is 0440990580.
Easy USSR was created in 2001.
USSR in Construction ended in 1941.
USSR in Construction was created in 1931.