[council] Soviet (сове́т, sɐˈvʲɛt) was a name used for several Russian political organizations. Examples include the Czar`s Council of Ministers, which was called the “Soviet of Ministers”; a workers` local council in late Imperial Russia; and the Supreme Soviet of the Soviet U...
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[disambiguation] Soviet (cове́т) is a word in the Russian language meaning both advice or counsel and council (a group of advisors). Literally it can be translated as co-voice (symphony). It may also refer to: ...
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[adj] - of or relating to or characteristic of the former Soviet Union or its people 2. [n] - an elected governmental council in a Communist country
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Originally a strike committee elected by Russian workers in the 1905 revolution; in 1917 these were set up by peasants, soldiers, and factory workers. The soviets sent delegates to the All-Russian...
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adjective of or relating to or characteristic of the former Soviet Union or its people; `Soviet leaders`
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noun an elected governmental council in a Communist country (especially one that is a member of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics)
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council that was the primary unit of government in the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and that officially performed both legislative and ... [5 related articles]
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soviet, primary unit in the political organization of the former USSR. The term is the Russian word for council. The first soviets were revolutionary committees organized by Russian socialists in the Revolution of 1905 among striking factory workers. When the Russian Revolution broke out in 1917, wo...
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Soviet is a Russian word meaning 'council' and describes a system invented by the Englishman James Elishama Smith, and adopted by the Russians where by organised industries or trades, and not localities are the unit of representation and delegation. The Soviets were elected councils, anyone over the...
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Originally a strike committee elected by Russian workers in the 1905 revolution; in 1917 these were set up by peasants, soldiers, and factory workers. The soviets sent delegates to the All-Russian Congress of Soviets to represent their opinions to a future government. They were later taken over by t...
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1) Bygone council 2) Bygone russian group 3) Communist council 4) Country 5) Former union 6) Land 7) Old russian council 8) Old union 9) Part of u.s.s.r. 10) Part of ussr 11) Red, once upon a time 12) Soviet 13)
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