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JAPAN
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JUNE 1941
RED ARMY
SCIENCES
AUG
IRAN
AFGHANISTAN
BESSARABIA
ROMANIA
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TERRITORIES
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Definitions

  1. The USSR was the first to put a human into space when cosmonaut Yury A. Gagarin made one orbit of the earth in Vostok 1 on April 12, 1961.
  2. The USSR was the successor state to the Russian Empire (see Russia) and the short-lived provisional government of Russia. (Web site)
  3. The USSR was in the process of incorporating the lands in eastern Poland which it had occupied between 1939 and 1941.
  4. The USSR was allied with Germany until 1941 when they were invaded.
  5. The USSR was the first with its Sputnik satellite to be in space.

Ussr Vs

  1. Portisch played board three at Belgrade 1970 in the USSR vs Rest of the World match, defeating Viktor Korchnoi by 2.5-1.5.

Ussr Championships

  1. Despite maintaining consistent results within the top the 7 in the USSR Cup and USSR Championships for years, she was not selected for the 1988 Olympics.

Sputnik

  1. Sputnik 5 was a USSR artificial Earth satellite from the Sputnik space program. (Web site)

Ussr Team

  1. Yet the USSR team was also tied with Canada and would play the Canadians for the final game of the tournament. (Web site)
  2. Geller was also selected on six occasions for the USSR team to the European Team Championships.

Nato

  1. The USSR had expressed its wish for such a declaration of neutrality as a guarantee that Austria would not join NATO after Soviet troops had been withdrawn.
  2. West Germany also became a member of NATO. In 1955, the USSR recognized the Federal Republic. (Web site)

Military Support

  1. However, János Kádár, one of Nagy's ministers, formed a counter-government and asked the USSR for military support.

Pakistan

  1. Among Moscow's fears are the possible destabilization of Pakistan and an explosive spread of Islamic extremism through Muslim regions of the former USSR. (Web site)

Fatah

  1. Fatah received weapons, explosives and training from the USSR and some Communist regimes of East European states. (Web site)
  2. Fatah received weapons, explosives and training from the former USSR and the former Communist regimes of East European states. (Web site)

Israel

  1. In the wake of Israel 's victory in the Six-Day War in 1967, the USSR broke off the diplomatic relations with the Jewish state.
  2. When Israel had turned the tide of war, the USSR threatened military intervention. (Web site)
  3. Both the United States and the USSR intervened, and a cease-fire was reached between Egypt and Israel. (Web site)

Secret Information

  1. David Greenglass, confessed to having passed secret information on to the USSR through Gold as well. (Web site)

First Time

  1. Bolivia, Iran, and the USSR competed at the Winter Games for the first time.
  2. At 24, he competed for the first time in the USSR Chess Championship at Tbilisi, 1959. (Web site)
  3. At the 1952 Games in Helsinki the USSR team competed for the first time and immediately became one of the dominant teams.

First Satellite

  1. Telstar wasn't the first satellite, that was Sputnik, launched by the USSR. The first American satellite was Explorer.

Canada

  1. The 1972 Summit Series and 1974 Summit Series, established Canada and the USSR as a major international ice hockey rivalry.
  2. Canada boycotted the 1980 Olympics in Moscow (USSR) in protest against the Soviet policy towards Afghanistan.
  3. A second loss, a 2-0 shutout at the hands of the USSR on February 4, relegated Canada to a silver medal in hockey for the first time.

Ukrainian Ssr

  1. The constitution of the USSR was adopted on December 5, 1936, and at the end of January 1937, the constitution of the Ukrainian SSR was introduced.

Kiev

  1. The metro was the second in Ukraine (after Kiev) and the fifth in the USSR when it opened in 1975.
  2. Kiev was part of the former USSR. Some things work well and other things may be broken. (Web site)

Rebels

  1. Finally in late 1991 the USSR and the United States signed an agreement to end military aid to the Kabul government and to the rebels.

Britain

  1. At the same time, talks between the USSR, Britain and France over a co-ordinated response in the event of an attack by Nazi Germany, floundered. (Web site)
  2. German bombing of Poland, Britain and the USSR initially caused shock but was soon exceeded by allied bombing. (Web site)

End

  1. History At the end of World War 2, the Western allies and the USSR divided much of the world among themselves.
  2. In 1991, following the end of the Cold War, the USSR (now Russia) began meeting with the G7 after the main summit.
  3. The decline of the USSR and the end of the Cold War allowed for German unification in 1990. (Web site)

Lenin

  1. But what failed in the USSR was not socialism in any sense that Marx or Lenin would have understood it.

Kazakhstan

  1. Most Poles (about a million) from Eastern Poland invaded by USSR in 1939 were deported to Kazakhstan. (Web site)

Gymnasts

  1. Profiles on gymnasts from the former USSR from the 1980s to 90s.

Medals

  1. Norway won the most medals, the first time a country other than the USSR had done so since the USSR first entered the Winter Games in 1956. (Web site)
  2. In team chess she represented USSR and Georgia until 2008 and won medals with them on many occasions. (Web site)
  3. These Games marked the debut of the USSR team, which immediately won more medals than any other nation.

Partisans

  1. Why not? USSR captured those lands in 1939, Germany captured them in 1941, then the partisans appeared.

Yugoslavia

  1. German bombing of Poland, the United Kingdom, Yugoslavia, and the USSR was responsible for over 600,000 civilian deaths.

Cosmonauts

  1. Rare pieces ones owned by cosmonauts, pilots, museums, engineers, designers and officials of the USSR and Russia.
  2. This group of cosmonauts was selected for participation in five separate Soyuz programmes that the USSR was running. (Web site)
  3. Throughout 1961, 1962, and 1963 the United States and the USSR launched astronauts and cosmonauts into Earth orbit aboard these limited craft. (Web site)

Aid

  1. Sun accepted aid from the USSR, and after 1922 many Comintern agents, notably Michael Borodin and V. K. Blücher, helped reorganize the Kuomintang. (Web site)
  2. The rebels would receive aid from the USSR while the Portuguese Armed Forces received military support from South Africa.
  3. The USSR had provided aid to Afghanistan as early as 1919, shortly after Russian Revolution and when the regime was facing the Russian Civil War. (Web site)

Dec

  1. Dec. 1 Official visit of President Mikhail Gorbaciov of the USSR: marks the first time a Pope has met with the head of the Soviet government. (Web site)
  2. In September the Congress of People's Deputies voted for the dissolution of the USSR, and discussions began which led to the Dec. (Web site)

Japan

  1. In the twentieth century Baird's beaked whales were hunted primarily by Japan and to a lesser extent by the USSR, Canada and the United States.
  2. The simple fact is that all of the potential peer competitors to the United States -- Germany, Japan and the USSR -- either stagnated or broke apart.
  3. In 1938 and 1939, the USSR fought and defeated Japan in two separate border wars, at Lake Khasan and Khalkhin Gol.

North Korea

  1. By 1953 the three-year war between North Korea, supported by the USSR and China (PRC), and South Korea, supported by the United States, had ended.

Georgia

  1. On April 9, 1991, shortly before the collapse of the USSR, Georgia declared independence. (Web site)
  2. Georgia declared its independence in Apr., 1991, but was not generally recognized as an independent state until the USSR disintegrated in Dec., 1991. (Web site)
  3. When Georgia joined in 1993 all of the former republics of the USSR except the Baltic states had become members of the CIS. Its headquarters are in Minsk. (Web site)

Marxism

  1. Others suggest that the former USSR was a variant of state capitalism whose collapse does not affect the veracity of Marxism, but vindicates it.

Cuba

  1. A case in point is the radical so-called "democracy" of Marxism (of the USSR, Communist China, Cuba, etc.), opposed by the conservative.
  2. During the Cold War, Angola would be involved in struggles against Western powers and South Africa with the help of the USSR and Cuba.
  3. However, some Communist systems integrate some Fascism in the system -- such as the USSR under Stalin, the PRC, North Korea, Cuba, etc.

Treaty

  1. This reinforced the Treaty of Rapallo in 1922 and improved relations between the USSR and Germany. (Web site)
  2. In June of 1941, when Germany shredded the treaty by invading the USSR, The Soviet Union was totally taken by surprise. (Web site)

Great Britain

  1. Atomic bombs were subsequently developed by the USSR (1949; now Russia), Great Britain (1952), France (1960), and China (1964). (Web site)
  2. Kiev fell. The United States and Great Britain agreed to deliver war supplies to the USSR. October Moscow was threatened and partially evacuated.

June 1941

  1. When Germany attacked the USSR in June 1941, the Finns again proclaimed their neutrality, although 75,000 German troops were operating from northern Finland.

Red Army

  1. In April, 1945, the Red Army defeated the Germans and ousted Tiso's government, annexing part of eastern Slovakia to the USSR. (Web site)
  2. Finally, in 1920, the Red Army took control of the city and united it with the Ukrainian SSR, which later became part of the USSR. (Web site)
  3. When the Red Army captured those areas again, the partisans ceased their actions, so they did not act in USSR at all.

Sciences

  1. Dissipation of energy in locally isotropic turbulence, Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR [Proceedings of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR], Vol.
  2. He pushed his ideas with the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, including a concept for sending a dog into space. (Web site)
  3. In 1957, Kruschev selected Novosibirsk as the site for the Siberian Division of the USSR Academy of Sciences. (Web site)

Aug

  1. On Aug. 23, 1939, in a surprise move, Germany and the USSR signed a nonaggression pact and other agreements. (Web site)
  2. After World War II broke out in Sept., 1939, the USSR, never on cordial terms with Finland, took advantage of its nonaggression pact (Aug.
  3. Aug. 8-14: The Zond-7 flew around the moon and landed in the USSR.

Iran

  1. In Aug., 1941, two months after the German invasion of the USSR, British and Soviet forces occupied Iran. (Web site)
  2. At the Tehran Conference of 1943, the United States, Great Britain, and the USSR, guaranteed the independence and territorial integrity of Iran. (Web site)
  3. However, this close relationship to the USSR alienated the republic from most Western powers, causing them to side with Iran. (Web site)

Afghanistan

  1. In April 1988 the USSR, U.S., Afghanistan, and Pakistan signed accords calling for an end to outside aid to the warring factions. (Web site)
  2. Afghanistan became to the USSR what Vietnam was to the US, an open ended war which drained the Soviet economy and resources.
  3. In 1979 the USSR and other Warsaw Pact countries invaded Afghanistan to support the pro-Soviet government against Muslim uprisings in the country.

Bessarabia

  1. In summer 1940 the USSR issued an ultimatum to Romania forcing it to cede the territories of Bessarabia and Northern Bukovina.
  2. Tatarbunary was annexed into the USSR by Stalin in 1940, again along with most of Bessarabia.

Romania

  1. Romania was forced to cede Bessarabia to the USSR in 1940. (Web site)
  2. Romania was proclaimed a republic, and remained under direct military and economic control of the USSR until the late 1950s.
  3. With the dissolution of Austria-Hungary in 1918, Chernivtsi was transferred to Romania, which held it until the USSR seized N Bukovina in 1940. (Web site)

Eastern Europe

  1. From the 1950s to the 1980s many successful elite weightlifters were from the USSR and parts of eastern Europe, including Bulgaria and Romania.
  2. When communism collapsed in Eastern Europe and the USSR around 1991, these states struggled to adapt to free-market systems.
  3. Outside the United States, the only known helium extraction plants, in 1984 were in Eastern Europe (Poland), the USSR, and a few in India.

Territories

  1. It was replaced by Polish people expelled from territories lost by Poland to the USSR (many of them from the Lviv, former Lwow, area).
  2. On August 16, 1945 the communist dominated Polish government signed a treaty with the USSR to formally cede these territories. (Web site)
  3. Estimates of civilian losses in territories annexed by the USSR include 600,000 in the Baltic states 2,23-34 and 1,500,000 in Eastern Poland.

Lithuania

  1. Independent between the two World Wars, Lithuania was annexed by the USSR in 1940.

Countries

  1. For many years beginning in 1961, only two countries, the USSR (later Russia) and United States, had their own astronauts.
  2. China emerged after 1961 as a rival to the USSR in world communist leadership, and other countries attempted to adapt communism to their own needs.
  3. A Latvian republic emerged following World War I, but it was annexed by the USSR in 1940 - an action never recognized by the US and many other countries. (Web site)

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