The Economy of the Soviet Union from 1922 to 1953
Anglų rašinys. The Economy of the Soviet Union from 1922 to 1953.
In 1917, Vladimir Lenin and the Russian Communist Party took over the control of Russia. After five years the Union of Soviet Socialistic Republic (USSR) was established and it might be said that it meant change, not merely for several countries in Eurasia and in Eastern Europe but it had a global impact. The Union of Soviet Socialistic Republic (USSR) was the world’s largest country at the time it existed (1922-1991). Lenin became the leader of Soviet Union; he governed it by communist ideas which were based on Marxism-Leninism. In this essay it will be discussed how the communism as a socioeconomic system shaped economy at countries which belonged to Soviet Union during 1922-1953.
Another important feature of communism regime was propoganda. Both dictators Vladimir Lenin and Joseph Stalin promoted personality cult, all the artistry works created in USSR had to glorify them. „Public discussion of key issues was tolerated less and less“(Bliss Eaton, Katherine p.