Subjects: Insurance-Soviet Union. Armageddon Insurance: Civil Defense in the United States and Soviet Union, 1945-1991 By Edward M. Geist University of North Carolina Press, 2019. The Soviet Union: Facts, Descriptions, Statistics By Soviet Union Information Bureau. Soviet Union Information Bureau, 1929. Labor in the Soviet Union By Solomon M. Schwarz Praeger, 1951.
Personal Name: Rogers, Paul P. Publication, Distribution, et. New York. Physical Description: xii, 210 p. ;, 25 cm. General Note: Includes index. Bibliography, etc. Note: Bibliography: p. 201-205. Rubrics: Insurance Soviet Union. Download book Insurance in the Soviet Union, Paul P. Rogers.
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Although much has been written about the economy of the Soviet Union, little attention has been given to its insurance system. Providing a unique introduction to the topic, Insurance in the Soviet Union examines whether socialist ideology changes the legal foundations and implementation of insurance.
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Roberts states that the Soviet Union probably would have unilaterally supported Czechoslovakia in the event of a German attack at the time of Munich, but even were this the case - and in my opinion it is an extremely big ‘if’ - he considers that there is little it could have practically done. Shaw might have profited by investigating some of the other analyses of Soviet foreign policy objectives in general and Moscow’s behaviour over Czechoslovakia in particular before putting all her money on Roberts. the survival of his regime? To conclude, this is not a satisfactory book. The evidence that Shaw uses as proof of her contention that Moscow was serious about forging a collective security bloc is inadequate, and has long been challenged by writers who have provided a different and much more convincing picture of Stalin’s intentions.
PAUL P. ROGERS, retired professor of economics and insurance, served as secretary and office manager for General Douglas MacArthur and his Chief of Staff, Lt. General Richard Sutherland, for the entire period of World War II. Rogers has published numerous articles and two books about the Soviet insurance system, which has held his scholarly interest for more than 40 years.
Some data on soviet GDP growth. First, the chart many supporters of the USSR like. Given this data, the Soviet Union was the mediocre economy economists say it was, not a healthy, growing, superpower. And in case you were wondering about Cuba, here’s the data for Cuba and some countries in its surroundings.
The Rogers Plan (also known as Deep Strike) was a framework proposed by United States Secretary of State William P. Rogers to achieve an end to belligerence in the Arab–Israeli conflict following the Six-Day War and the continuing War of Attrition. The plan was publicly proposed in a December 9, 1969 speech at an Adult Education conference