What type of government do Soviet Union have?
the soviet union collapsed in 1991. Russia had Communism until a few years ago, now there a mix of democracy and socialism
What type of government was the soviet union
the soviet union had a communist government after ww2
Ostensibly communist, but Stalin was actually running a reign of terror.
The Soviet Union was a communist government in WW2
They are communist so they are governed by a communist party.
What are the differences of communism as an ideology and communism as a label for the type of government in the Soviet Union?
A Communist government
The government of the Soviet Union were communist one.
The policy of Ronald Reagan's administration toward the Soviet Union was that the communist type of government was untenable. He believed that the form of government would fail within a few years of his presidency.
Communism as a vicious martial dictator.
a totalitarian state
Communist, they were part of the Soviet Union at the time.
How did the ideologies of the us and the Soviet Union bring about the cold war between the Soviet Union and the us?
Because, U.S wanted a democratic government and the soviet union wanted a communist government
It was a Communist dictatorship headed by Josef Stalin.
The Soviet Union was governed by a communist dictatorship.
The United States had a democratic government and the Soviet Union had a Communist government.
Yes. They still basically have the same type of Government
After the war, who controlled West Germany?- Soviet Union. Who controlled East Germany?- US, UK, and France. What type of government did Soviet Union had at that time?-Communist. So what type of government did West Germany have?-Communist. Occurs, communist. Great Job! ____ Right idea, but you have it backwards. West Germany was free. In the initial years after WW2 it was controlled by US, UK and France. It became a democracy East Germany was controlled… Read More
What communique advised Truman that the Soviet Union was not a normal government and should not be dealt as such?
The West German government advised Truman the Soviet Union was not a normal government and would not be treated as such.
Josef Stalin was president of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, which was a Communist Dictatorship.
all but japan were dictatorships
The Soviet Union was a totalitarian dictatorship under Stalin. Joseph Stalin was the leader of the Soviet Union until 1953.
Yes. Prior to 1991 and the collapse of the USSR, Lithuania was a part of Communist Soviet Union.
They had no specific party, just like the U.S. during the cold war
Russia had a totalitarian ecomomy while they were part of the Soviet Union.
Russia was communist. During WW2 Russia was the Union of Soviet Socialist Republic--the USSR.
Well, a soviet is a council, usually making decisions based on the opinions of the people. The country was made up of republics united, which were socialist in government. United socialist republics under a supreme soviet of the people, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, USSR, Soviet Union.
There was a housing shortage in the former Soviet Union, because the government did not produce enough houses.
From the government. (they were allocated)
Russia, later known as the Soviet Union, had a totalitarian system, which meant that Stalin would control the country.
They had the Soviet bloc under dictatorship.
Type your answer here... In 1961, the Soviet Union: failed to take control of West Berlin.
Eastern Europe used to be part of the Soviet Union (for the most part) and they had a Communist type of government. Presently, Eastern Europe is a democracy (with the exception of Belarus which is considered a dictatorship).
Vladimir Lenin introduced communism to the former Soviet Union when the Tsar fell and a temporary government was in place.
Vladimir I. Lenin.
It empowered angry citizens to protest against communism and the Soviet government.
The Soviet Union existed from 1917 to 1990; during its existence it was a communist dictatorship.
No there isn't, the Soviet Union is over. There is still a somewhat authoritarian government under Vladimir Putin, but authoritarianism is not the same thing as the Soviet system.
Not to point out the obvious but the soviet union is COMMUNIST and the U.S. is a DEMOCRATIC SYSTEM they are very , very different.
What happened because the Soviet Union wanted Germany to be a Communist country and the Allies wanted to establish a democratic government?
Germany wouldn't listen to the Soviet Union
In November 1918, the "government" in the sense of the name of the country became the Russian Socialist Federative Soviet Republic. In 1922, after joining with Ukraine, Belorussia and the Transcaucasus Federation, it became the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics or the Soviet Union.
At the time, the Hungarian government was a Soviet puppet. When the people rebelled against the government, the Soviets sent troops to support the government so that Hungary would stay in the Soviet sphere of influence.
The U.S., under the Lend-Lease Act, supplied the Soviet Union with outdated arms, tanks, trucks, and aircraft. The Soviet Union then took these supplies, stripped them of their manufacturers' logos and placed Soviet markings on them to make their men think that they were produced in the Soviet Union.
From about 1928-1953 the Soviet Union was a Stalinist dictatorship. From the early 1930s onwards Stalin ruthlessly tightened his grip on the country.
What action taken by the Soviet Union created tension between the Soviet government and the government of the US and its allies?
The Soviet Union announced that it would declare war on Japan several times, but Stalin continued to delay the actual declaration. This ultimately led to the upsetting of the US and its allies.