Soviet sugar industry and its postwar restoration.

by Vladimir P. Timoshenko

Publisher: Food Research Institute, Stanford University in Stanford, Calif

Written in English
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  • Sugar trade -- Soviet Union.

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SeriesWar-peace pamphlet -- no.13.
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 53 p.
Number of Pages53
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Open LibraryOL17782675M

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Get this from a library. The Soviet Soviet sugar industry and its postwar restoration. book industry and its postwar restoration. [Vladimir P Timoshenko]. The economy of the Soviet Union was based on a system of state ownership of the means of production, collective farming, industrial manufacturing and centralized administrative Soviet economy was characterized by state control of investment, a dependence on natural resources, shortages, public ownership of industrial assets, macroeconomic stability, negligible unemployment, high Currency: Soviet ruble (SUR).

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Harrison, “The USSR Council of Ministers under Late Stalinism, l Its File Size: KB. Sugar Industry a branch of the food-processing industry comprising specialized enterprises that manufacture white granulated sugar from sugar beets and refined sugar from granulated sugar.

Sugarcane is the principal raw material used in sugar processing in tropical and subtropical countries. In the USSR the output of the sugar industry is very important. PAPER INDUSTRY.-Paper consumption in the Soviet Union has risen with the spread of literacy.

In the per capita consumption of paper was estimated at kilograms, as compared with kilograms in The paper industry has tripled its output in the past three years. In production of paper was per cent above that of Moscow A City and Its People at War () Thurston, Robert W., and Bernd Bonwetsch (Eds).

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In Soviet sugar industry and its postwar restoration. book end, it shows, the regime failed in its efforts to enforce a clear set of behavioral standards for its Cited by: 5. Its postwar foreign policy was aimed at the maintenance and expansion of foreign markets, and the United States became its chief ally and trade partner.

In the early s, however, U.S.-Japanese relations became strained after the United States pressured Japan to revalue the yen, and again when it began talks with Communist China without prior. The campaign of the Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin (–) to develop heavy industry resulted in the restructuring of the whole system of Moscow textile industry ceded its leadership in the Moscow economy to heavy industry (especially the aircraft and automotive industries), whose share in the general volume of production.

From its founding inthe Rybnitsa Sugar Factory never moved, but found itself consecutively subject to the authority of the Russian Empire, the Soviet Union’s Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic, the World War II Romanian occupation regime, the post-war Soviet Union’s Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic, and today’s contested.

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7, No. 3 (Winter ), pp. 11C, has demonstrated that this judgement was based on a distorted assessment of Soviet military power. -- Restoration of commercial relations between town and countryside. The wartime emergency system of military page requisitioning of grain from the peasants had to be stopped.

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But the term is typically used in two or three quite different ways. Origins of the Cold War. The Cold War developed as differences about the shape of the postwar world created suspicion and distrust between the United States and the Soviet Union.

The first such conflict occurred over Poland. Historians have heatedly debated the Soviet role in the origins of the Second World War for more than 50 years. At the centre of these controversies stands the question of Soviet relations with Nazi Germany and the Stalin-Hitler pact of /5.

Byprivate enterprise in industry and trade had been virtually wiped out, and the Soviet Union was launched upon its industrialization and collectivization programs. There developed a planning system which, in essentials, survives to this day.

The Transfer of Soviet Factories During World War II In many ways geography served to protect the Soviets during the German invasion in The extremities of the Russian climate are best known, but the huge expanses of territory were another major consideration, and that was exacerbated by a.

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An underlying assumption of this study is that the most favourable location for industry in the Soviet Union is one which minimizes total costs. In the West, the. Merry E. Wiesner-Hanks (Ph.D., University of Wisconsin–Madison) taught first at Augustana College in Illinois, and from to at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, where she is now Distinguished Professor of History emerita.

She is the Senior Editor of the Sixteenth Century Journal, one of the editors of the Journal of Global History, and the author or editor of more than thirty. North Charles Street Baltimore, Maryland, USA +1 () [email protected] © Project MUSE.

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