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The Soviet power industry

D. G. Zhimerin

The Soviet power industry

its status and prospects

by D. G. Zhimerin

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Published by Mir in Moscow .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Originally published in Russian as "Energetika SSSR: dostizheniya i perspektivy", Moskva, Mir: 1988.

StatementD. Zhimerin.
SeriesAdvances in science and technology in the USSR
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21898376M
ISBN 105030000194
OCLC/WorldCa21036224

The Soviet system boasted near-full employment and near-unparalleled economic stability (but only after Stalin). The Soviet Union collapsed because it was unable to compete with Western Capitalism, and because it was unable to cope with technological change/5. The Soviet Union took part in World War II from until the war's end in At the start of the war, the Soviet Union suffered loss of valuable lands with economic and agricultural potential, great industrial losses and human casualties. This was all caused by the invasion of the Soviet Union by Axis forces in Operation Barbarossa and it resulted in a rapid decline in industrial and.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Zasi︠a︡dʹko, A.F. Soviet fuel and power industry in Moscow, Foreign Languages Pub. House []. POWER magazine was launched in , just as the world was beginning to grasp the implications of a new, versatile form of energy: electricity. During its year history, the magazine’s pages.

Get this from a library! Power galore: Soviet power industry, past, present, future. [A B Markin]. The nomenklatura (Russian: номенклату́ра, IPA: [nəmʲɪnklɐˈturə]; Latin: nomenclatura) were a category of people within the Soviet Union and other Eastern Bloc countries who held various key administrative positions in the bureaucracy, running all spheres of those countries' activity: government, industry, agriculture, education, etc., whose positions were granted only with.


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Her argument that the Soviet experience has to be incorporated into our broader understanding of the nuclear industry Cited by: 7.

About the Author. Thane Gustafson is Professor of Government at Georgetown University and Executive Director of IHS Markit. His books include Crisis amid Plenty: The Politics of Soviet Energy under Brezhnev and Gorbachev, Capitalism Russian-Style, and Wheel of Fortune: The Battle for Oil and Power in Russia (Harvard).Cited by:   The book covers the history of the Soviet nuclear sector from its origins in civilian production and the nuclear weapons program, why the Soviets even bothered with nuclear power production given their extensive reservoirs of coal and oil, /5.

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Schmid | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. The book also has a section on Soviet army equipment such as tanks and field guns, warships, submarines, and hand held guns such as the Dragunov sniper's rifle.

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Communism is Soviet power plus the electrification of the whole country. Otherwise the country will remain a small-peasant country, and we must clearly realize that.

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Military clothing and equipment was modernized and both variants old and modern are in demand: reenactors, airsofters, hunters, military-style fashion people, costume designers and many other. The Cold War power struggle—waged on political, economic and propaganda fronts between the Eastern and Western blocs—would persist in various forms until the fall of the Soviet.

InProducing Power,Sonja Schmid draws on interviews with veterans of the Soviet nuclear industry and extensive research in Russian archives as she examines these alternate accounts. Rather than pursue one "definitive" explanation, she investigates how each of these narratives makes sense in its own way and demonstrates that each implies.

Electric power is produced in the U.S.S.R. through the conversion of nuclear or hydro-power, or through burning fossil fuels—coal and liquid hydrocarbons. The status of and prospects for the Soviet nuclear industry are treated separately in chapter 4; and OTA has not studied Soviet hydropower.

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VII. Communism and the Problem of. The Soviet Power by Hewlett Johnson, Dean of Canterbury Modern Age Books, New York, XVII, pp., 35 cents (Special Edition for Soviet Russia Today) The Very Reverend Hewlett Johnson, Dean of Canterbury, author of The Soviet Power, introduces himself to the reader as a “Friend of the Soviet Union,” a “progressive,”.

Producing Power. The Pre-Chernobyl History of the Soviet Nuclear Industry. An examination of how the technical choices, social hierarchies, economic structures, and political dynamics shaped the Soviet nuclear industry leading up to Chernobyl.

Hardcover $ S £ In Wheel of Fortune: The Battle for Oil and Power in Russia, energy policy analyst Thane Gustafson discusses in great detail the history of the oil industry from the collapse of the Soviet Union to today, and lays out the challenges facing the industry as resources become more difficult to find and produce.

Failure to confront these challenges, Gustafson warns, will result in insufficient revenues. Russia’s Soviet era was distinguished not by economic growth or human development, but by the use of the economy to build national power. On the centenary of the Bolshevik revolution ofthis column shows that while the education of women and better survival rates of children improved opportunities for many citizens, Soviet Russia was a tough and unequal environment in.

The industry was long concentrated after on the production of capital goods through metallurgy, machine manufacture, and chemical Soviet terminology, goods were known as emphasis was based on the perceived necessity for very fast industrialization and modernization of the Soviet Currency: Soviet ruble (SUR).

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This may be true. It so happens that the period of crisis of Soviet socialism has coincided with an onslaught on social de-mocratic ideas and institutions.