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development of Soviet social insurance from 1917 to the eve of the first five year plan.

Harry Blagg

development of Soviet social insurance from 1917 to the eve of the first five year plan.

by Harry Blagg

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Thesis (M.Soc.Sci.) - University of Birmingham, Centre for Russian and East European Studies, 1982.

ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13802340M

The social security system was a major priority of the communist government. Based on the Soviet model, the communists developed a cradle-to-grave social welfare system throughout the nation: Social Insurance was first introduced by the Albanian communist government in The initial social security scheme covered approximat people. The Wrecker as a Social Problem in Soviet Literature During the First Five-Year Plan Box 3 46, Borland, Harriet, Soviet Literary Theory and Practice During the First Five-Year Plan () Box 3 47, Edgerton, William, The Evolution of the Russian Intelligentsia as Reflected in the Works of V.V. Veresayev.

TO most western economists and business men the Five Year Plan is another Russian chimera, conjured up from the smoke of chimneys yet to be. To Soviet leaders it is the formula of industrialization, a gigantic but realizable scheme by which they expect to change the face of Russia. Under it they expect to invest some eighty billion rubles in the national economy . The Year and Crush of Soviet Industrial Planing; Tautening International Relations and the NEP Crisis; The Party and Opposition in The “Platform” of Opposition; 4. The Stalin’s “second” Revolution; The Crisis and Stalin’s Conflict with the Party “Rightists” Stalin, his First Five-Year Plan and Related Issues.

There are various reasons and factors that can be used to explain the affect that Marxism / Leninism had upon Russia and why it was to achieve that affect. Some of these explanations are based around the actions of the Bolshevik Party that seized power in October and did not formally relinquish that power until the dissolution of the Soviet Union in "The Foreign Threat during the First Five Year Plan." Soviet Union / Union Soviétique 5 (): Fleron, Frederic J. Jr., Erik P. Hoffmann, and Robbin E Laird.


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Development of Soviet social insurance from 1917 to the eve of the first five year plan by Harry Blagg Download PDF EPUB FB2

The first five-year plan (Russian: I пятилетний план, первая пятилетка) of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) was a list of economic goals, created by Communist Party General Secretary Joseph Stalin, based on his policy of Socialism in One plan was implemented in and took effect until The Soviet Union entered a series of five-year.

The Five Year Plan undoubtedly transformed the Soviet Union. The USSR evolved from a backwater, rural state, to an industrial powerhouse within merely five years. This industrial success would further evolve during the second Five Year Plan, which once again doubled coal and iron production, and improved rail infrastructure.

Book Description. This book follows on from the author’s volume Russian Economic Development and although it encompasses some of the same material it charts the history and progress of the Soviet economy down to the efforts at reconstruction after The Second World War.

A new chapter was added which covers the post-war decade from the end of the war to the announcement of the Sixth Year Plan. With the onset of the First Five-Year Plan, the Party continued to underestimate the value of female labour.

Goldman explains that the Party policy of excluding women and non-proletarian workers from the work force slowed the rapid mobilization of labour required for the successful fulfillment of the First Five-Year Plan.

At the end of the First Five-Year Plan period, work was so far behind that schedules were moved forward to the end of the subsequent Second Five-Year Plan. Around emphasis began to shift from building the plants to actually producing.

The transfer of responsibility to Russians was well under way in and   First Five Year Plan Cond. To increase the production capacity and to lessen the economic disparities ; Plan was a success as the plan objectives and targets were filled ; Achieved growth was more than the target ; Total allocation Rs Crores ; Actual expenditure Rs Crores ; NDP increased by 15 and per capita income by 8 ; 6 Second.

Featured on the flags and coat of arms of the Soviet Union, as well as in newspapers, posters, artwork, medals and sculptures, they are synonymous with Communism and the Soviet Union. The hammer and sickle first began to appear together on Bolshevik propaganda during as symbols of the ideological aspirations of the Bolshevik movement.

The second five-year plan ( – ) continued and expanded the first, albeit with more moderate industrial goals. The third plan ( – ) was interrupted by World War II. The institution of the five-year plan was reinforced inand five-year plans continued to be published until the end of the Soviet Union.

Arguments presented in the book, History of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (Bolsheviks) written by The Commission of the Central Committee of the C.

U, stated that “In Aprilthe Party held its Sixteenth Conference, with the First Five-Year Plan as the main item on the agenda. Was a Bolshevik revolutionary and a prominent Soviet politician. He served briefly as the first head of state of Soviet Russia inand from the acting Premier in the last year of Vladimir Lenin's life.

Under the leadership of Joseph Stalin, fell out of favor and, following a show trial, was executed. That period included the collectivisation of Soviet agriculture, the first five-year plan, the economic crisis and catastrophic famine of the early s, and the subsequent economic recovery.

The seventh volume of this grand project has just been published as The Soviet economy and the approach of war, (Davies et al. Full text of "Workers' Participation in the Soviet Union" See other formats.

The Soviet Union, officially the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), was a federal socialist state in Northern Eurasia that existed from to and was the largest country in the world. Nominally a union of multiple national Soviet republics, in practice its government and economy were highly was a one-party state governed by the Communist Party.

Book Description: The author analyzes modern Russian history from a new perspective. Due to the ideological heritage of the XIXth and XXth centuries, the social settings of the sociopolitical history of the USSR (–) have not been fully identified. With totalitarian control over the Soviet economy and people, Stalin's regime began its modernization projects through instituting a series of Five Year Five Year Plans set.

The First Five-Year Plan also called for transforming Soviet agriculture from predominantly individual farms into a system of large state collective farms. The Communist regime believed that collectivization would improve agricultural productivity and would produce grain reserves sufficiently large to feed the growing urban labor force.

Five year plan was completed ahead of schedule, in National income had nearly doubled Gross industrial output had risen % Output of capital goods increased by % Labor force soared from million to million Whole new cities constructed such as Magnitogorsk White Sea - Baltic Canal Educational facilities greatly expanded.

>Un Welfare State senza benessere - EUM View full size. Home. Contact us; Ceum. THE Soviet Five Year Plan of national development (shortened in practice to a four-and-a-quarter year plan) came to an end Decem In retrospect we see that the adoption of this gigantic blue print for the regulation of every branch of social, economic and educational activity was one of the three most important dates in the history of the Russian revolution, the.

[1] "The Impending Catastrophe and How to Combat It," September [2] The Eighth All-Russian Congress of Soviets, December"2.

Report on the Work of the Council of People's Commissars." page These propositions formed the basis of those considerations of the Party that led to the drawing up of the five-year plan and to determining its fundamental task.

The Soviet Union enforced the collectivization of its agricultural sector between and during the ascendancy of Joseph Stalin. It began during and was part of the first Five-Year Plan. The policy aimed to consolidate individual landholdings and labor into collective farms.tion.7 In the Soviet Union, the first five-year plan was a period of sharply rising prices, so that one might attribute the elimination of unemployment to inflation.

However, it is not clear that the rate of expansion of output must necessarily have run ahead of the supply of labour, or must have outweighed increases in productivity resulting.Full text of "The Soviet union today; an outline study, syllabus and bibliography" See other formats.