What was Brezhnev's goal for the USSR?
Brezhnev's main goal for the USSR was to stabilize the society. He also wanted to increase economic growth.
He had a lot of popular support within the USSR, but his invasion of Afghanistan was the main downer in his leadership.
Hitler and the Nazis lost to the USSR, was the result that Germany lost The Battle of Stalingrad. Germany's goal was to conquer Russia before winter
Their goal was to have the most powerful weapons in the world, but US intervened and the war became known as the Cold war
In early 1900's his goal (although he played a small role) was to dislodge the monarchy. In the mid twenties his goal was to gain sole power and push the other Bolshevik leaders out of the picture. His goal in the thirties was to industrialize the USSR, institute collectivization in agriculture and purge the population, military and government of all people he deemed to be counterrevolutionary. While in power of the USSR, he always wanted… Read More
Answer: I believe the final statistic was 39 shots on goal for the Soviet team, and 16 shots on goal for the American team.
The USSR was trying to spread their influence (mostly over Europe). They wanted more countries to become communist while the U.S. was trying to spread nationalism.
The Red Guard can apply to several things, but it is most notably for the USSR. Their goal was to defend and protect the power of the USSR. The Red Guards were comprised of volunteers, typically idustrial workers.
probally to get revenge on the Nazis or to get more land for the so called mother land
To expand and maintain his Union of Soviet Socialistic Republics (USSR), which included the defeat and occupation of Germany.
It was in the middle of the Cold War. This is describing the "race" between Russia (USSR) and the United States and both of their atomic bombs and hydrogen bombs. Arms Race = A race between to nations to produce the most weapons and the most powerful weapons. Ex) The cold war.. the USSR and the USA. And im guessing the US goal was to get more weapons than the USSR?
Joe Jordan; against Zaire and Yugoslavia in 1974; against Peru in 1978 and against the USSR in 1982.
Joseph Stalin wanted to regain Russia's (USSR) land that was lost in the previous World War I, (The Great War) basically wanted to take over the world, little by little. To do this, he eliminated anyone who he thought would be more powerful than him, such as the important rulers in the Central Planning Committee. He also signed the Non-aggression Pact with Hitler to give him more time to build up his army. he also… Read More
The biggest goal of the Space Race was to send people to the surface of the Moon. The US accomplished this, and put 12 people on the Moon, two at a time. The USSR did not send anyone to the Moon.
There were 25 mission launches called Sputnik. Most with different purposes/missions. Sputnik 1's goal was to demonstrate the ability to launch a satellite into Earth orbit (and maybe to achieve the political goal of demonstrating to the world that the USSR had this ability.) After Sputnik 4 the missions had two names, Korabl Sputnik, then Vostok , then Cosmos, then Alpha, then Korabl. Many of the later Sputnik missions failed before achieving their goal.
It was divided into 4 parts: USA, USSR, France and GBR (England) with the goal being for these countries to help rebuild Germany after WW2. But France and Britain needed to rebuild their own countries so Germany was split into just US (west) and USSR (east) and would eventually lead to the building of the Berlin Wall (c. 1961)
The USSR tried to take over everywhere. Germany tried to stay protected. The east was communist. My grandpa told me that "if there was no wall there would be no people (from the east) in the east. TYhey would all go to the west."
* He gave many a sense of service to their country. * He confronted the USSR and won the Cuban Missile Crisis. * He created both the Peace Corps and the Green Berets. * He set the goal for peaceful Space Exploration.
Does anyone have video of the 1980 olympic final game between the US and Finland The Al Michaels voice-over NOT the game vs. the USSR and not the footage of McClanahan's goal that made it 3-2?
Yes i do i do = d
How did the US western Europe and japan achieve economic prosperity and strengthen democracy during the cold war years?
US became global consumer for export goods of Germany, Japan, USSR & China. Goal was to help redevelop the economies.
The space race was a competition between space agencies (historically those of the USA and the USSR) to be the first to accomplish a particular goal: the first to send a man in orbit around the earth, or the first to send a man to the moon.
The USSR no longer exists. Latvia is an independent country. When it did exist, Latvia was part of the USSR.
The USSR "collapsed" in 1991.
The USSR disolved in 1991
The USSR "dissolved" in 1991.
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.
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 core of the USSR, the Russian Federation.
the USSR means Russia
omgomgomg!!!! USSR!!! YES!
He was the last leader of the USSR because the USSR seperated six years later.
Mariner 2 (Nasa fly-by) Venera 2 (USSR fly-by) Venera 3 (USSR landing, destroyed in atmosphere upon landing) Venera 4 (USSR probe landing) Mariner 5 (Nasa fly-by) Venera 6 (USSR probe landing) Venera 7 (USSR probe landing) Venera 8 (USSR landing) Mariner 10 (Nasa fly-by on way to Mercury) Venera 9 (USSR orbiter and landing) Venera 10 (USSR orbiter and landing) Pioneer Venus 1 (NASA orbiter) Pioneer Venus 2 (4 separate NASA probes) Venera 12 (USSR… Read More
USSR (russia) stands for union of soviet socialist republics Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.
No. Yeltsin was elected as Russia's second ever elected leader in 1991, shortly before the dissolving of the Soviet Union. He was the president of Russia, one of the then 15 republics of the USSR. His goal was to move the economy from socialism to a free market.
The USSR formed by the Soviet States in 1922.
It was aimed against the USSR
The governing council of the USSR is communism.
No, the USSR never became a continent.
Yes it was the bread basket of the USSR
USSR in Construction ended in 1941.
USSR in Construction was created in 1931.
The ISBN of Trapped in the USSR is 0440990580.
Easy USSR was created in 2001.
The USSR (Russia) had obtained German rocket technology after World War II, as had the US. The two countries had teams of scientists working to develop missiles and missile defenses in the Cold War. The initial goal of satellites was to spy on other countries from space. Early satellites like Sputnik (launched in 1957 by the USSR) would obtain the information that would be needed to allow later satellites, and eventually humans, to travel and… Read More
The USSR did not break up and become Russia again. Thinking Russia and the USSR were the same, is a common mistake. Russia was just part of the USSR, along with many other countries. Russia was the largest of the countries that were part of the USSR. In 1991, the USSR broke up and these countries, including Russia, all became independent.
To make USSR think that Hitler wouldn't invade USSR. But Hitler did invided USSR.
The currency of the USSR was the Rouble. Following the dissolution of the USSR, each country created their own currency. Russia inherited the Rouble.
Right now the majority of what was the USSR (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics) is called Russia, but much of the territory obtained by the USSR became independent states and did not transfer over when the USSR dissolved into Russia.
None, the USSR no longer exists.