Inside the Soviet Union without a passport

by Johann Urwich-Ferry

Publisher: Transdacia Co. in New York

Written in English
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    • Urwich-Ferry, Johann.,
    • Prisoners -- Soviet Union -- Biography.,
    • Concentration camps -- Soviet Union -- History -- 20th century.,
    • World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, Romanian.,
    • Germany -- History -- 1945-1990.
    • Edition Notes

      StatementJohn Urwich (Ferry).
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDK268.U79 A3 1989
      The Physical Object
      Pagination3 v. :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2220988M
      ISBN 100962414409
      LC Control Number89050018

Soviet Union, Citizens of the Soviet Union used a number of different passports. An internal one, with a green cover, was issued to urban workers, and used to Author: Cara Giaimo.   It can be seen that in the years between that book censorship was based on protecting the party image of the Soviet Union and utilizing books, as well as libraries as tools of propaganda. The libraries in the Soviet Union lost almost all of their book collections due to the various purges over the years. Worker in Stalin's Soviet Union: Race and the Soviet Experiment in International Perspective1 Barbara Keys Robert Nathaniel Robinson was a twenty-three-year-old toolmaker in Detroit when he decided, like many thousands of Americans and Europeans in the early s, to take a job in the booming industries of the Soviet Union. A Jamaican. Two American scholars, diligent in their research, show how the Writers' Union in the Russian Republic has served the interests and the official line of the Communist Party since the time of Stalin. Their study is about literary politics and literary bureaucracy rather than literature. The system of rewards and punishments, of course, has ensured that nonconforming literature .

See also: European history The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), or Soviet Union, dissolved in Many, but not all, of the former Soviet republics are now part of a looser union called the Commonwealth of Independent over 22 million km 2 ( million mi 2), it was by far the largest state on Earth during its existence, covering more than one sixth of the .   The old Soviet Union was, as Winston Churchill said, "a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma". It pretended to be a great power, and for a short time it actually was. But in the end, it collapsed due to old-fashioned economics: the bankrupt economics of Keynesian-socialism. Since , the Soviet Union has clamped down on Jewish emigration. The emigration high of 51, fell to a low in By the time we left, we had exchanged addresses and hugs. CIA's Analysis of the Soviet Union, Biographic details, such as a photograph of yourself, and a copy of the biographic page of your passport How you got the information you want to share with CIA; How to contact you, including your home address and phone number Inside the U.S., send mail to the following address: Central.

The Political Structure of the Soviet State: The Government of the Union (Foreign Policy Reports v8 #2; ), by Vera Micheles Dean (multiple formats at ) Documents of the 22nd Congress of the CPSU (New York: Crosscurrents Press, c), by . A Visit to the Soviet Union. it became clear that there were quite a few people inside the Soviet Union who had a growing interest in Alcoholics Anonymous. We began corresponding with some of these people - Ministry of Health people, Temperance Promotion Society (TPS) people, psychologists, psychiatrists, narcologists, sobriety clubs - and. Stalin and the Soviet Union offers new interpretations of recently uncovered archives examining the Soviet leader's domestic and foreign policy. It covers core topics such as: * 5/5(1). my red Soviet passport. I'd tear like a wolf at bureaucracy. For mandates my respect's but the slightest. To the devil himself I'd chuck without mercy every red-taped paper, But this I pull out of my wide trouser-pockets duplicate of a priceless cargo. You now: read this and envy, I'm a citizen of the Soviet Socialist Union!

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Inside the Soviet Union without a passport. New York: Transdacia Co., © (OCoLC) Named Person: Johann Urwich-Ferry; Johann Urwich-Ferry: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Johann Urwich-Ferry. Inside the Soviet Union Without a Passport 1st Edition by John Urwich (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.

ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and digit formats both work. Author: John Urwich. The Soviet passport is an identity document issued upon the laws of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) for the citizen of the USSR.

For the general purposes of identity certification Soviet passports contained such data as name, date of birth, sex, place of birth, ethnicity and citizenship, as well as the photo of passport holder.

At different stages of development of the Issued by: Soviet Union. rows  After the breakup of the Soviet Union inthe Soviet Union passport continued Eligibility requirements: Russian Federation. Chasing My Passport From the Soviet Union’s Collapse to the Shuttering of Seattle's Russian Consulate One could not travel inside the USSR without one’s passport, and, to make matters.

Book Review of Inside a Soviet Embassy by Aleksandr Kaznacheev. Intelligence operations officers generally tend to discount books and articles published by defectors--and for good reason. All too often the defector's story (frequently prepared for a spy-conscious public by a hack writing ghost) is lost in a welter of self-justification or is so embroidered and farfetched as to be.

Biohazard takes you behind the scenes of the Soviet Union’s clandestine bioweapons program. Read and be amazed.”—Robin Cook, author of Contagion “As the top scientist in the Soviet biowarfare program and the inventor of the world’s most powerful anthrax, Ken Alibek has stunned the highest levels of the U.S.

government with his Cited by:   MOSCOW, Dec. 25—The Soviet Union announced today that all its citizens from the age of 16 would be issued newt internal passports, in.

This was another good book by Viktor Suvorov giving us a tour into a specific area of the Soviet machine. The book gives breakdowns of the different services (Land Forces, Strategic Rocket Forces, Naval Forces, Air Defense Forces, Air Forces, Airborne Forces, etc.) and the specialties they bring to preserving the USSR.4/5.

Generally speaking, how easy it was for you to leave any member of the communist Bloc depended on the country, the time period as well as how loyal you were perceived to be by the Party.

Basically, if you were deemed unlikely to leave for good, yo. I did. But I quit rather early. Tobacco was one of the few unalienable human rights in the Soviet Union.

Stalin famously smoked a brand of tobacco called Gertzegovina Flor. He usually crushed the cigarettes and used the content in his pipe. The re. An internal passport is an identity passports first emerged, there was no clear distinction between internal and international ones.

Later, some countries developed sophisticated systems of passports for various purposes and various groups of population. [weasel words]Uses for internal passports have included restricting citizens of a subdivided state to employment in.

One-stop grocery shopping was virtually impossible in the Soviet Union. Customers had to visit multiple state-owned retail outlets with such basic names as BREAD, MILK, MEAT, FISH, and so on. How A Quest To Save Soviet Jews Changed The World A rally that drew a quarter-million people to the National Mall 23 years ago was a crucial turning point for Jews yearning to escape the Soviet Union.

All of these operations and many more require a valid internal passport, a peculiar document that may be the most significant vestige of the U.S.S.R.

in modern Russian society. Back when we lived behind the Iron Curtain, these passports entitled us to travel only within the confines of the Soviet Union. Besides that, most European socialist countries enjoyed higher life standards and less ideological restrictions than Soviet Union.

Visits of foreigners to Soviet Union were severely restricted, their movements inside SU were also very much restricted (most foreigner were allowed to visit only Moscow and very few other principal cities), and. It's a well-researched, fascinating look at how the Soviet Union was affected and reacted to the German invasion and the four years of conflict that followed.

It touches not only on the grand scale of events but delves into the experience at the individual level ─ what life was like for individual soldiers and those behind the front lines. (1) Tell us something about yourself – age, birthplace, education, occupation, bou; you happened to become a refugee from the Soviet Union.

BABENKO: I’m 51 years old. I was born in the Ukraine where I graduated from the economics faculty of a university and a Marxist school of literature and art. In the USSR I was a journalist and lecturer in a Communist school of.

Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), Rus. Soyuz Sovetskikh Sotsialisticheskikh Respublik, former republic.

It was established in and dissolved in The Soviet Union was the first state to be based on Marxist socialism (see also Marxism; communism).Until the Communist party indirectly controlled all levels of government; the party's politburo effectively ruled the. Robert Robinson ( – ) spent 44 years in the Soviet Union helping to modernize the country.

He wasn’t a communist but left the U.S. to escape racism Author: Oleg Yegorov. work-book (trudovaya kniga), the military service card (voenny bilet), and the foreign passport, but these lie outside the scope of our investigation, and are mentioned only when relevant.

As a consequence of the removal of censorship, long-suppressed feelings of disconten t. Last night, stinger asked for more information on the causes of the breakup of the Soviet Union. Here’s a short summary of my understanding, with some references, not all (sorry!) links.

The Soviet economic system was faltering from the sixties on. The First Secretaries during that period were slow-moving, sick, and in no way capable.

Good book on the history of the Soviet Union. Hello all, I hope this is a fair question for this subreddit as I don't post here much but I've been wanting a book on the Soviet Union.

Specifically one of its entire history from revolution to its end and hopefully one written by a marxist. Terrifying Story Of Joseph Stalin's Rise to Power. - Duration: The Infographics Show 1, views.

Top 5 Weird WW2 German Prototypes That Actually Flew. - Duration: The Iron. The Jamaican-born Claude McKay had just published “Harlem Shadows,” a book of verses many considered the literary spark that had ignited the Harlem Renaissance. In Soviet Russia, McKay. “This book presents a stimulating discussion of the collapse of the Soviet Union [T]he value of this work lies in the richness of the ideas flowing from the focus upon the essence of the Soviet system [T]he argument is sophisticated and highly suggestive of fruitful lines of thinking.” — Graeme Gill, Slavic ReviewAuthor: Wisla Suraska.

Boris shternberg was a believer. As the Soviet Union formed, he held a series of official positions, including administrator of Moscow’s reservoir.

But the system in which he had placed his Author: Noah Sneider. From the time of the Russian Revolution onward, the Bolsheviks were often portrayed in mainstream American media as the “enemy.”[1] Many Americans, however, chose to go to the Soviet Union despite public opinion, and the Soviets welcomed them.

Transitioning from a rural economy of peasants to an industrial economy of proletariats required technological. The problem of migration is one of the most urgent ones in the modern world. As a rule, people migrate voluntarily. In the USSR, however, migration against people's free will was quite a widespread phenomenon.

Thus, many Russians found themselves. For American Defectors To Russia, An Unhappy History: Parallels Edward Snowden would be the latest of many Americans who've sought refuge inside Russia after leaving the U.S.

Their fate has. Formed in the European Union is an economic and political union between 28 member countries. It was created after World War II as a way to ensure peace between European nations.

These countries share a common currency called the : Matt Rosenberg.The class struggle. during the thirties in the. Soviet Union. The purges of the CPSU and the political trials. Mário Sousa. The purges of, or expulsions from, the Soviet communist party and the political trials in Moscow during the ies are two of the favourite issues for the bourgeois propagandists.

They are brought up time and time again in bourgeois mass media .Apart from the issue of the extent of dissent, the Soviet dissident movement—and I specifically include the human-rights movement—has contributed over the past decade to transforming the Soviet Union into a somewhat more open society.

That is to say, the dissident movement has helped to bring about the disclosure of important information.