3 edition of Ideology and Soviet industrialisation found in the catalog.
Ideology and Soviet industrialisation
Timothy W. Luke
Bibliography, p259-278. - Includes index.
|Statement||Timothy W. Luke.|
|Series||Contributions in political science -- no.120|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||283|
teristic of the first 15 years of Soviet rule, the role of the state, individual and Russian ethnos underwent a major rehabilitation in the mid-to-late s. While it would be rather simplistic to accept N. Timasheff's description of this ideological transform-ation as a 'great retreat',1 the era's flux in state ideology is as dramatic as it is.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Luke, Timothy W. Ideology and Soviet industrialization. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, (OCoLC) Industrialization in the Soviet Union was a process of accelerated building-up of the industrial potential of the Soviet Union to reduce the economy's lag behind the developed capitalist states, which was carried out from May to June The official task of industrialization was the transformation of the Soviet Union from a predominantly agrarian state into a leading industrial.
"This thesis argues that the Stakhanovite movement in the U.S.S.R. functioned as a hero system, manipulated by Stalin, to meet the needs of a rapidly industrializing socialist economy, Research for the thesis proved difficult, for the literature on Stakhanovism is meager and often tendentious, Therefore, emphasis is placed upon claims made about the movement, rather than upon.
The military history of the Soviet Union began in the days following the October Revolution that brought the Bolsheviks to power. In the new government formed the Red Army, which then defeated its various internal enemies in the Russian Civil War of – The years –21 saw defeats for the Red Army in the Polish–Soviet War (–21) and in.
This video is based on the writings of Robert C. Allen who wrote Farm to Factory: A Reinterpretation of the Soviet Industrial Revolution. The video's purpose is to make understanding Soviet economics and the industrialisation simple to the lay person.
Allen carried out extensive research into the Soviet economy. I highly recommend his book to. This probably slowed down the process of industrialisation and the formation of a permanent working class. An important consequence of the factory-village link was the absence of a fully developed sense of class-consciousness among the industrial proletariat, since the proletariat were, in sociological jargon, only semi-committed to industrialism.
The late twenties and early thirties were perhaps the most transformative period in Soviet history. It was during this period Stalin consolidated his grip on power and was allowed to rule with impunity, instituting his “revolution from above” on the Soviet people.
He actively transformed the culture of the time, giving birth to a new Russian nationalism, rejecting the Author: Joshua R Keefe. PART 2: THE SOVIET UNION, – 3 The emergence of Communist dictatorship, – In this section, we will examine the nature Ideology and Soviet industrialisation book political authority in Russia from to and consider some of the changes that were taking place and how these changes began to affect the relationship between the people and the Bolsheviks.
This book provides a wide-ranging history of every aspect of Stalin's dictatorship over the peoples of the Soviet Union. Drawing upon a huge array of primary and secondary sources, The Stalin Era is a first-hand account of Stalinist thought, policy and and their effects. It places the man and his ideology into context both within pre-Revolutionary Russia, Lenin's Soviet Union and post.
Through sources and documents, The Rise and Fall of the Soviet Union by Richard Ideology and Soviet industrialisation book places the Soviet experience in historical and comparative context. The author introduces each source in this volume fully and provides commentary and analysis.
Using eye-witness accounts, official documents and new materials which have just come to light, Richard /5. Gives a brief run through and is a useful companion to reading on pre-Revolutionary Russia.
Falkus starts off with the forced industrialisation carried out under Peter the Great (with a couple of nods to the seventeenth century) and about half of the material concerns the period from the emancipation of serfs in onwards/5.
The Rise and Fall of Communism is the definitive history from the internationally renowned Oxford authority on the subject. Emeritus Professor of Politics at Oxford University, Archie Brown examines the origins of the most important political ideology of the 20th century, its development in different nations, its collapse in the Soviet Union /5(65).
This fascinating book investigates high crimes against humanity in the Soviet Union, eastern and central Europe, North Korea, China, Vietnam, Laos and Cambodiaand compares the.
The Green Beret who went on a one man Rampage to save his Comrades - Duration: Simple History 8, views. This chapter attempts to examine one's own ideological beliefs, to better understand the role of ideology in politics and society.
It examines its relevance to modern history both in Britain and in other parts of the world. The chapter analyses the situation in contemporary Britain and considers whether it can be reasonably asserted that there is an ideological Author: Kevin Harrison, Tony Boyd.
This book concludes The Industrialisation of Soviet Russia, an authoritative account of the Soviet Union's industrial transformation between and During that time, Soviet society was repeatedly mobilised against internal and external enemies, and the economy provided one of the main arenas for the struggle.
Stalinism is the means of governing and related policies implemented from to by Joseph Stalin (–). Stalinist policies and ideas that were developed in the Soviet Union included rapid industrialization, the theory of socialism in one country, a totalitarian state, collectivization of agriculture, a cult of personality and subordination of the interests of foreign.
An ideology may shift from being a counter-ideology to a dominant ideology by means of political success: Lenin’s Bolshevik Party, for example, took over the Russian state and cr eated the.
The Soviet Union’s leadership during the Cold War was unstable and, up until Mikhail Gorbachev’s rule, oppressive. The policies, beliefs and attitudes of the leaders were generally based on prolonging the power of the Soviet Union and their ideology of communism.
This resulted in an oppressive and almost totalitarian rule. Thus her book begins with a strong argument against the revisionist belief that the Soviet imposition of communism in eastern Europe after was a response to hostile US moves at the start of.
Book review by Peter Waldron of 'The Rise and Fall of the Soviet Union ' by Richard Sakwa, from History in Focus, the guide to historical resources from the Institute of Historical Research (IHR), University of London.
The Eastern Bloc, also known as the Communist Bloc, the Socialist Bloc and the Soviet Bloc, was the group of communist states of Central and Eastern Europe, East Asia, and Southeast Asia under the hegemony of the Soviet Union (USSR) that existed during the Cold War (–) in opposition to the capitalist Western Western Europe, the term Eastern Bloc generally.
This is a select bibliography of post World War II English language books (including translations) and journal articles about Stalinism and the Stalinist era of Soviet entries have references to journal reviews about them when helpful and available.
The book starts with a brief survey of the utopian antecedents of Communism before moving to cover the Bolshevik revolution, Stalin's forced industrialisation of the Soviet Union, the Chinese revolution, through to the gradual fracturing and ultimate collapse of the Soviet Union and its protégé regimes in Eastern Europe in the late 80s/early by: This book concludes The Industrialisation of Soviet Russia, an authoritative account of the Soviet Union’s industrial transformation between and The volume before this one covered the ‘good years’ (in economic terms) of to The present volume has a darker tone: beginning from the Great Terror, it ends with the Hitler-Stalin pact and the outbreak of World.
Within five years of Vladimir Lenin's death inStalin completed his rise to power in the Soviet ing to G. Lisichkin, Marxism–Leninism as a separate ideology was compiled by Stalin in his book "The questions of Leninism".  During the period of Stalin's rule in the Soviet Union, Marxism–Leninism was proclaimed the official ideology of the state.
b) Industrialisation (5 Year plan) In this section, we will be evaluating the economic policies that Stalin has imposed on Soviet Union. Reasons why Stalin wanted to carry out the economic policies: 1. To turn the Soviet Union into a modern world power.
(Self-sufficient and militarily strong socialist state) 2. This lavishly illustrated book, featuring reproductions of over posters, examines the way in which Stalin’s image in posters, symbolising the Bolshevik Party, the USSR state, and Bolshevik values and ideology, was used to create legitimacy for the Bolshevik government, to mobilise the population to make great sacrifices in order to.
Donald Filtzer, Soviet Workers and Stalinist Industrialisation, London,pp, where these things are recorded as reasons for strikes. The account in this article draws heavily on Donald Filtzer’s book which is a devastating indictment of the Stalinist version of the Five Year Plans, marred by his analysis of Stalinist Russia as a.
Communism existed in the Soviet Union until its fall in Today, communism exists in China, Cuba, North Korea, Laos and Vietnam—although in reality, a purely communist state has never existed. This book is the exception and McAuley points out the main themes of the politics of the Soviet Union. For those who want both a basic and advanced educaion on the Soviet political system, this is a nice book.
McAuley breaks the Soviet period down into eight chapters and covers the stages of Soviet by: of the Soviet Union, 3 Novembertrans. David Skvirsky (Moscow: Progress Publishers, ), 26; Alfred B. Evans Jr, ‘Developed Socialism in Soviet Ideology’, Soviet Studies 29 (July ), – 8 Geoffrey Hosking uses the term ‘developed socialism’ in a similar way for the period between and Stalin: Lenin’s faithful heir.
days of power covered by this first book in a projected three-volume biography. actions were mostly sanctified by that ideology. Soviet historians used to. Groningen, a.d. VI Non. Mai. MMDCCLXXII A.U.C., This pages long book gives a short introduction to the (dys)functioning of Soviet society up and toas seen from the viewpoint of the American historian Rostow in Peculiarly, he was not an expert on this topic, he wrote the book based on conversations and.
In a sense industrialisation saved Russia following the German invasion of It survived dire loses and to turn the tide with victories at Stalingrad and Kursk. Above all the concepts of Marxism / Leninism affected Russia as it bound it to the other republics of the Soviet Union and delayed the break up of the Russian Empire for 75 years/5(41).
The Soviet offensive plans controversy was a debate among historians in the late 20th and early 21st centuries as to whether Soviet leader Joseph Stalin planned to attack Axis forces in Eastern Europe during World War II, prior to Operation historians agreed that the geopolitical differences between the Soviet Union and the Axis made war inevitable, and that.
A propaganda poster on a Soviet mother’s “duty” to her children. Women and Families. Goldman, Wendy Z. Women, the State and Revolution: Soviet Family Policy and Social Life, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, In this book, Goldman examines how Soviet womanhood played into the construction of the family.
The transition from Bolschewism to Stalinism in the Soviet-Union showed a similar pattern. The ideology implied a forced industrialisation at all costs to make the country a strong superpower, from which the “socialist world-revolution” should start.
The Remnick book, Lenin’s Tomb, is more mainstream. Yes – that’s why it’s on my list. While Soviet Workers is one of those books that probably needs to be recommended by someone in the field, Remnick’s book is a paperback you might otherwise pick up at an airport for a holiday read.
Anita Pisch‘ s book, The personality cult of Stalin in Soviet posters, –is now available for free download through ANU Press open access, or to purchase in hard copy for $This lavishly illustrated book, featuring reproductions of over posters, examines the way in which Stalin’s image in posters, symbolising the Bolshevik Party, the USSR state, and Bolshevik.
explains the form that Soviet industrialisation took. For Stalin industry meant heavy industry, iron, steel and oil, as they provided the means for war.
He believed that the industrial revolutions of the West had been based on iron and steel, therefore the USSR would adopt a similar industrial pattern in its drive toward modernisation.Our own ideology besotted times cries out for more conscious, more intelligent, more learned forms of struggle.
Lichtman's latest book accepts this challenge, and provides his readers with the theoretical ammunition they need to join in this struggle, and—with a little help from our friends—to win.Communism may be dead, but clearly not dead enough The battle over history reflects a determination to prove that no political alternative can challenge the new global capitalism.