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(Àtúnjúwe láti Soviet Union)
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Союз Советских Социалистических Республик
Soyuz Sovetskikh Sotsialisticheskikh Respublik
Ìsọ̀kan àwọn Orílẹ̀-èdè Olómìnira Sófíẹ́tì Sósíálístì
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
Other names
1922–1991
Flag Coat of arms
Motto
Пролетарии всех стран, соединяйтесь!
(Translit.: Proletarii vsekh stran, soyedinyaytes'!)
English: Workers of the world, unite!
Anthem
The Internationale (1922–1944)
Hymn of the Soviet Union (1944–1991)
The Soviet Union after World War II
Capital Moscow
Language(s) Russian, many others
Government Federal socialist republic, Single-party communist state
General Secretary
 - 1922–1953 (first) Joseph Stalin
 - 1985–1991 (last) Mikhail Gorbachev
Premier
 - 1923–1924 (first) Vladimir Lenin
 - 1991 (last) Ivan Silayev
History
 - Established December 30, 1922
 - Disestablished December 26, 19911
Area
 - 1991 22,402,200 km2 (8,649,538 sq mi)
Population
 - 1991 est. 293,047,571 
     Density 13.1 /km2  (33.9 /sq mi)
Currency Soviet ruble (SUR)
Internet TLD .su2
Calling code +7
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Russian SFSR
Transcaucasian SFSR
Ukrainian SSR
Byelorussian SSR
Tuvan People's Republic
Kresy
Bessarabia
Finnish Karelia
Carpathian Ruthenia
Estonia3
Latvia3
Lithuania3
Russia
Belarus
Ukraine
Moldova
Georgia
Armenia
Azerbaijan
Kazakhstan 20px
Uzbekistan
Turkmenistan
Kyrgyzstan
Tajikistan
Estonia3
Lithuania3
Latvia3
1On December 21, 1991, eleven of the former socialist republics declared in Alma-Ata (with the twelfth republic – Georgia – attending as an observer) that with the formation of the Commonwealth of Independent States the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics ceases to exist.

2Assigned on September 19, 1990, existing onwards.
3The governments of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania view themselves as continuous and unrelated to the respective Soviet republics.
Russia views the Estonian, Latvian, and Lithuanian SSRs as legal constituent republics of the USSR and predecessors of the modern Baltic states.
The Government of the United States and a number of other countries did not recognize the legal inclusion of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania in the USSR.

Ìsọ̀kan awon Orile-ede Olominira Sofieti ti Sosialisti


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