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The population of the Soviet Union

Frank Lorimer

The population of the Soviet Union

history and prospects.

by Frank Lorimer

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Published by League of Nations in Geneva .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Soviet Union -- Population.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesLeague of nations. Series of publications. II. Economic and financial -- 1946.II.A.3., HRAF -- 61., Series of League of Nations publications -- 1946.II.A.3.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationixv, 289 p.
    Number of Pages289
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16820069M

      Abstract. This chapter provides: (1) an overview of the statistical systems and methods of maintaining population statistics in the Russian Empire, the Soviet Union and the Russian Federation: (2) population statistics in territorial units comparable to the Russian Federation based on primary materials; and (3) a general view of long-term population Author: Kazuhiro Kumo. From Philip Hanson's The Rise and Fall of the Soviet Union (), Overall, consumption as estimated by Schroeder and Denton increased at per cent a year between and , or per cent per annum per head of population (op. cit., Tables A-1 and A-2).Author: Jose Luis Ricon.

    In Soviet Russia from the “Spanish flu” died 3 million people (% of the population). Among the most known victims of the revolutionary Yakov Sverdlov and military engineer Pyotr Kapitsa. In and , the Soviet Union swept the two waves of the pandemic Asian flu, the rise in the incidence occurred in may , and by the end of the. NOTE: The information regarding Soviet Union on this page is re-published from the World Fact Book of the United States Central Intelligence Agency. No claims are made regarding the accuracy of Soviet Union Communications information contained here.

    The main focus of this book is Jewish life under the Soviet regime. The themes of the book include: the attitude of the government to Jews, the fate of the Jewish religion and life in Post-World War II Russia. The volume also contains an assessment of 5/5(1). The Soviet Union (Советский Союз, in Russian, also known in English as the USSR) was a country which existed in eastern Europe and northern Asia between and It shared borders with Poland, Czechoslovakia (now Slovakia), Finland, Turkey, Norway, Hungary, Romania, Iran, Mongolia, North Korea, Afghanistan and capital city was Moscow.


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The population of the Soviet Union by Frank Lorimer Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Soviet State was founded in the fall of and celebrated its tenth anniversary on November 7, Its present form of a Union of Soviet Socialist Republics was inaugurated in. Official figures read JanuaryJune, January, Note how the population in June (when the Germans invaded) was over that of the tally.

26 million Russians died in the Great Patriotic War (a. Population transfer in the Soviet Union may be classified into the following broad categories: deportations of "ethnically cleansed territories. In most cases their destinations were underpopulated remote areas (see Forced settlements in the Soviet Union).This includes deportations to the Soviet Union of non-Soviet citizens from countries outside the USSR.

The brutal rule of Iosif STALIN () strengthened communist rule and Russian dominance of the Soviet Union at a cost of tens of millions of lives.

After defeating Germany in World War II as part of an alliance with the US (), the USSR expanded its territory and influence in Eastern Europe and emerged as a global power.

Population transfer in the Soviet Union was the forced transfer of various groups from the s up to the s ordered by Joseph may be classified into the following broad categories: deportations of "anti-Soviet" categories of population (often classified as "enemies of workers"), deportations of entire nationalities, labor force transfer, and organized migrations in opposite.

The Future Population of Europe and the Soviet Union: Population Projections, By Frank W. Notestein, Irene B. Taeuber, Dudley Kirk, Ansley J. That Soviet-era textbook renounced the past by emphasizing the future, whereas Halberstadt learns of a new, Putin-era textbook with the antiseptic title “A Modern History of Russia, Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lorimer, Frank, Population of the Soviet Union.

New York: AMS Press,   Life expectancy actually fell in the Soviet Union during the s and s. The USSR had the highest physician-patient ratio in the world, triple the UK rate, but many medical school graduates could not perform basic tasks like reading an electrocardiogram.

15% of the population lived in areas with pollution 10x normal levels. Murray was the Chief of the Soviet Branch of the Foreign Demographic Division of the U.S. Census Bureau, he later served as Sovietologist-in-Residence at.

Genre/Form: Statistics: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lorimer, Frank, Population of the Soviet Union. Geneva, League of Nations, NOTE: The information regarding Soviet Union on this page is re-published from the World Fact Book of the United States Central Intelligence Agency.

No claims are made regarding the accuracy of Soviet Union People information contained here. The Soviet Union (short for the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics or USSR) was a single-party Marxist–Leninist existed for 69 years, from until It was the first country to declare itself socialist and build towards a communist society.

It was a union of 14 Soviet Socialist Republics and one Soviet Federative Socialist Republic (Russia).Capital and largest city: Moscow.

Third Soviet Union's national animal is the Russian bear, which teeters on the brink of extinction due to widespread deforestation, and its national religion is Atheism. Third Soviet Union is ran th in the world and st in The North Pacific for Lowest Crime Rates, with Law-abiding Acts Per Hour.

The Soviet Union was a state comprising fifteen communist republics which existed from until its dissolution into a series of separate nation states in Of these fifteen republics, six had a Muslim majority, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kirghizia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan.

[1] There was also a large Muslim presence in the Volga-Ural region and most of. NIEAprilSoviet Foreign Policies and the Outlook for US-Soviet Relations [PDF Only KB*] OPR Research Study, 1 OctoberChanging Soviet Perceptions of World Politics and the USSR's International Role [PDF Only KB*].

Additional note: The Soviet Union conducted a new census in January of ; footnote 1 links to a detailed analysis of Soviet census falsifications, but does not discuss the census of The 6th footnote is a report on the census of ; it states that the first preliminary results were published in May of Public Domain: Soviet History Archive This work is completely free.

This is a raw scan in PDF format. The text is not digitally recognized, instead these are just pictures of the pages in the book. This was done because while this book provides good reference materials, it contains a large amount of tables and statistical data. Soviet Population Policy: Conflicts and Constraints focuses on the study of population policy in the USSR.

The text looks at the problems identified with population, including migration, depopulation of rural areas, and rapid urbanization. The book starts by outlining the development of Soviet census, considering its purposes and methods involved.

Geography- The Former Soviet Union. STUDY. PLAY. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) -Major Population decline -What the soviet union is referred to in the book-largely defunct.

large growth in population-in the 's -Stalin's makings in the child policy. One book which enables us to glimpse the reality of Soviet education during Stalin’s days is Deana Levin’s book Children in Soviet Russia (Faber & Faber Ltd., ).

Deana Levin worked as a teacher in a Moscow school from having first acquired 7 years experience as a Maths teacher in the UK.Most of what is known about poverty in the Soviet Union is gathered into a single book, the clearly titled Poverty in the Soviet Union, by Mervyn Matthews ().

Here I concern myself with Part I of the book, that focuses directly on what it means to be poor in the : Jose Luis Ricon.The Deportation of Koreans in the Soviet Union, originally conceived ininitiated inand carried through inwas the first mass transfer of an entire nationality in the Soviet Union.

Almost the entire Soviet population of ethnic Koreans (, persons) were forcefully moved from the Russian Far East to unpopulated areas of.