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Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

  • John Paxton
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)

Abstract

POST-REVOLUTION HISTORY. Up to 12 March 1917 the territory now forming the USSR, together with that of Finland, Poland and certain tracts ceded in 1918 to Turkey, but less the territories then forming part of the German, Austro-Hungarian and Japanese empires-East Prussia, Eastern Galicia, Transcarpathia, Bukovina, South Sakhalin and Kurile Islands-which were acquired during and after the Second World War, was constituted as the Russian Empire. It was governed as an autocracy under the Tsar, with the aid of Ministers responsible to himself and a State Duma with limited legislative powers, elected by provincial assemblies chosen by indirect elections on a restricted franchise.

Soyuz Sovyetskikh Sotsialisticheskikh Respublik

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