4 edition of Soviet chemical industry found in the catalog.
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lxxxii, pages: 24 cm "Research completed May " Supersedes the ed. of Area handbook for the Soviet Union, coauthored by Eugene K. Keefe [and others]. The Premier of the Soviet Union (Russian: Глава Правительства СССР) was the head of government of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR). The office had three different names throughout its existence: Chairman of the Council of People's Commissars (–), Chairman of the Council of Ministers (–) and Prime Minister of the Soviet Union ().
From to , for example, the Soviet Union bought at least 50 complete chemical plants for chemicals not previously produced in the Soviet Union, and Soviet imports increased ten-fold between and —from million roubles to 7, million. Hello Select your address Best Sellers Customer Service New Releases Whole Foods Find a Gift Registry Gift Cards AmazonBasics Sell Customer Service New Releases Whole.
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Categories: Chemical industry. Type: BOOK - Published: - Publisher: Get Books. Books about Soviet Chemical Equipment Purchases from the West. Language: en Pages: The Modernization of the Soviet Agricultural Machine-building Industry.
Authors: David C. Zaslow. Categories: Agricultural machinery industry. The Soviet chemical industry. [Geoffrey W Hemy] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library.
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Subjects: Chemical industry -- Soviet Union. Chemical industry. Soviet. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Meltzer, Yale L.
Soviet chemical industry, Park Ridge, N.J., Noyes Development Corp.  (OCoLC) ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxvi, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: Perspectives on the Soviet chemical industry / Matthew J. Sagers and Theodore Shabad --Historical development of the Soviet chemical industry / Jeanine D.
Braithwaite --Locational factors and regional trends / Matthew J. Sagers and. History. By ukase of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of 28 Marchthe People's Commissariat of Rubber Industry USSR was established. It was to include enterprises producing caoutchouc, rubber, tires, and asbestos.
The People's Commissariat of Chemical Industry and the People's Commissariat of Rubber Industry appear to have existed independently from to History Pre-World War II.
The Soviet BW program began in the s at the Leningrad Military Academy under the control of the state security apparatus, known as the occurred despite the fact that the USSR was a signatory to the Geneva Convention, which banned both chemical and biological weapons.
- Revolutionary Military Council signed a decree about weaponization of typhus. This entity directed the production of chemical weapons in the Soviet Union through the late s [when production largely halted], and chemical weapons development until 01 January The Ministry of the Chemical Industry played an important role in composite material development for defense applications, because it was responsible for the.
“The book is a tour de force and an amazing example of scholarly achievement. Anyone who has attempted to study the Soviet bioweapons program is aware of the significant hurdles in trying to obtain and verify information about what it s: 3 J.
Cooper, The Soviet Defence Industry: Conversion and Reform (London, ), p. 2 final defense products they were being drawn from civilian industry into the defense industry by the pace of prewar rearmament, which far exceeded the capacity of the big permanent defense producers.
Surrounding the assembly plants lay the. The economy of the Soviet Union was based on state ownership of the means of production, collective farming, and industrial highly centralized Soviet-type economic planning was managed by the administrative-command Soviet economy was characterized by state control of investment, a dependence on natural resources, shortages, public ownership of industrial.
Краткий курс), translated to English under the title History of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (Bolsheviks): Short Course, simple and authoritative book on the subject.
The book was written by a team of historians and party members, with the principal authors being Vilhelm Knorin, Pyotr Pospelov and Yemelyan Yaroslavsky. Books That Inspired The Soviet Union The Communist Manifesto: A Modern Edition (Karl Marx & Friedrich Engels) The Communist Manifesto is probably one of the books that has impacted the world the most.
The book is an introduction to Marxism, an ideology that inspired Lenin to lead the masses to rise up against the ruling elite and try to work for a fairer society for the working classes. The chemical industry of the U.S.S.R.
was well developed and accounted for a bit less than 10% of all industrial output. In Russia today, chemical products account for about 5% of the total industrial output, but remain important both for domestic consumption and for exports. Reviews the reform of the industrial structure of the Soviet Union.
Emphasizes the influence of the communist party on chemical production, research and education. Surveys the problems facing the Soviet chemical industry. Lists important officials in the Soviet chemical industry. Discusses joint ventures between the United States and the Soviet Union. this book is in need by chemical engineering student.
because it contain an explanation of the processes in the chemical industry. flag 1 like Like see review. Danial rated it really liked it. Very well-written; more like a condensed encyclopedia.
/5(19). As a Soviet journalist marveled at the time, “The strongest machine parts and the finest female underwear, moldings and warm ‘wool,’ water pipes and toys, bathtubs and fertilizers—an enormous and incalculable amount of useful, needed, and cheap things—that is what the chemical industry is capable of yielding forth.”.
For one thing, the Soviet Union has a large and complex chemical industry. Pesticide plants producedtons inaccording to official Soviet figures. And byplans call for a rise. During the ™s and ™s, their industry was modernized, chemical agent plants were constructed, and research and development was undertaken on chemical weapons.
A chemical warfare organization and military chemi- Soviet chemical delivery systems can strike in. boundaries in the former Soviet Union. In addition, Rus-sian industry faced a severe recession that began during the perestroika period and continued into the early s.
The global economic crisis of hit Russia’s chemi-cals industry hard. Chemical companies’ revenue rose from US$ billion in to $ billion inthen fell. chemical agent.) Soviet development of several supertoxic nerve agents, both unitary and binary, was followed by S ince Russia possesses the world’s largest stockpile of chemical weapons (CW)—a declared total of 40, metric tons—Russian ratification and implementation of the Chemical Weapons Conven.BUDAPEST, Jan.
4 (AP)—Hungary and other European Communist countries will supply chemical plants valued at about $ billion to the Soviet Union to help in. Having distinguished himself in that job - he was awarded a Stalin Prize in - Mr.
Kostandov was moved in to the central administration of the chemical industry in Moscow.