What type of government was the soviet union
the soviet union had a communist government after ww2
The Soviet Union was a communist government in WW2
The government of the Soviet Union were communist one.
They are communist so they are governed by a communist party.
A Communist government
Communist, they were part of the Soviet Union at the time.
Because, U.S wanted a democratic government and the soviet union wanted a communist government
The Soviet Union was governed by a communist dictatorship.
The United States had a democratic government and the Soviet Union had a Communist government.
Communism as a vicious martial dictator.
a totalitarian state
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.
The Soviet Union existed from 1917 to 1990; during its existence it was a communist dictatorship.
The Soviet Union was a totalitarian dictatorship under Stalin. Joseph Stalin was the leader of the Soviet Union until 1953.
It was a Communist dictatorship headed by Josef Stalin.
Russia had a totalitarian ecomomy while they were part of the Soviet Union.
The West German government advised Truman the Soviet Union was not a normal government and would not be treated as such.
Yes. They still basically have the same type of Government
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.