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Soviet Union (A 20th Century Future)

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Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
Timeline: A 20th Century Future

OTL equivalent: Soviet Union
Flag of the Soviet Union Coat of arms of the Soviet Union
Flag Coat of Arms
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (orthographic projection)
Location of USSR
Capital Moscow
Largest city Moscow
Other cities Stalingrad


The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics abbreviated to USSR or the Soviet Union is a constitutionally socialist nation which was founded in 1922, it is ruled as a Communist single party state. It is a union of 15 sub-national Soviet Republics. In practice, the Soviet Union was highly centralized. The largest ethnic group, the Russians, have political, cultural and economic control over the Union. However, an increasing amount of ethnic minorities are seeking greater say in their republics. The Soviet Union is the largest nation by area and the fourth largest by population.


A. Kosygin 1967


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Gannady Zyuganov, leader of the USSR

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Staraya Square, Moscow, Russian SFSR


Soviet GDP

"We are forging the keys to happiness"

Foreign policy and military

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Science and Technology


Early underground Soviet Moon Base


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Pomerki child sanatorium in Kharkov. Summer 1950

Population Population: 310,740,821 (2013)

Population growth rate 0.7% (2013)

Crude birth rate 18 births/1,000 population (2013)

Crude death rate 10 deaths/1,000 population (2013)

Net migration rate[edit] 0 migrants/1,000 population (2013)

Infant mortality rate 24 deaths/1,000 live births (2013)

Life expectancy at birth 65 years male, 74 years female (2013)

Total fertility rate 2.4 children born/woman (2013)

Nationality noun - Soviet(s); adjective - Soviet

Literacy 99.9%

Labor force 172,300,000 civilians; 80% industry and other nonagricultural fields, 20% agriculture; shortage of skilled labor (2013)

Organized labor 98% of workers are union members; all trade unions are organized within the All-Union Central Council of Trade Unions (AUCCTU) and conduct their work under guidance of the Communist party

Culture and Lifestyle

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