By James R Millar
Delivering a finished dialogue of Russia's humans, politics, economics, faith and social structures, the ''Encyclopedia of Russian heritage enhances the research of comparative politics, international heritage, geography, literature, arts and tradition and international cultures. With nearly 1,600 entries and 500 illustrations, this four-volume set spans the time from the earliest beginnings of the Russian country to the increase and fall of the Soviet Union
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Many enterprises producing civilian goods and subordinate to a civilian industrial ministry had a special department, Department No. , chemical producers making paint for military equipment or buildings, clothing producers making uniforms and other military wear, shoe producers making military footwear). While the enterprise was subordinate to the civilian industrial ministry, Department No. 1 reported to the appropriate purchasing department in the Ministry of Defense. During the 1970s industrial enterprises were grouped into production associations (obedinenya) to facilitate planning.
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Those who were not able to pay the redemption fee and buy their land entered the market as a free labor force promoting further industrialization. Moreover, it had a great psychological impact on the general public, because, in principle at least, there remained no underprivileged classes, and formal civil equality was established. A new generation was to follow—not slaves but citizens. ” (2003). html> Emmons, Terrence. (1968). The Russian Landed Gentry and the Peasant Emancipation of 1861. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press..
Encyclopedia of Russian History Vol 2 (E-L) by James R Millar