6 edition of Housing in the Soviet Union found in the catalog.
Housing in the Soviet Union
Translation of (transliterated: O zhillshchnom stroitel"stve v SSSR)
|Statement||[by] K. Zhukov [Translated from the Russian]|
|LC Classifications||HD7345.A3 Z53|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||45|
|LC Control Number||65074966|
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So, picking up from part one, the s in the Soviet Union, after the revolution, my understanding, at least. It was a time of tremendous excitement, of transformations, beginnings of modern movie-making takes place in the Soviet Union, some of the innovations are world class. There is nothing remarkable about the ubiquitous Soviet housing blocks in Arseniy Kotov’s photographs. These buildings were replicated throughout the Soviet Union to redress the housing crisis.
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Kommunalki or communal apartments (singular: Russian: коммуналка, коммунальная квартира, kommunalka, kommunal'naya kvartira) appeared in the Soviet Union following the Russian revolution of The term communal apartments is a product of the Soviet epoch. The concept of communal apartments' grew in Russia and the Soviet Union as a response to a housing.
Khrushchyovka (Russian: хрущёвка, IPA: [xrʊˈɕːɵfkə]) is an unofficial name of a type of low-cost, concrete-paneled or brick three- to five-storied apartment building which was developed in the Soviet Union during the early s, during the time its namesake Nikita Khrushchev directed the Soviet government.
The apartment buildings also went by Housing in the Soviet Union book name of khruschoba (Хрущёв. Get this from a library. The Reform of housing in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union.
[Bengt Turner; József Hegedüs; Iván Tosics;] -- This collection of studies, both eastern and western in perspective, outlines the most recent housing reforms in the former Eastern Bloc and relates them to the political and economic transformation.
The book itself explains not only the good of the Soviet Union, but the bad is presented as-well vigorously. It explains The Soviet Union going from excellence, to a disaster. Robert Robinson was an excellent man, it is admirable of how he managed to survive the brutal conditions of being an average Soviet citizen, which was caused by other Cited by: 9.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Zhukov, K. (Konstantin). Housing construction in the Soviet Union. Moscow: Progress Publishers, No review of the Soviet housing scene would be complete without reference to the dacha – the place in the country so dear to the Russian town dweller.
The word dacha is derived from the verb ‘dat’ meaning to give, and dates from the time of Peter the Great, who granted plots of land near his capital to his subjects for horticultural. The Young Polytechnician: Housing, published inis an interactive children's book introduces the reader to housing and construction through a visual timeline that starts with the state of nature, continues to hut shelters, traditional village dwellings, and ends with comparatively massive Soviet apartment buildings in the constructivist style.
Their new book Eastern Blocks features images of modernist housing estates and other unusual Soviet-era structures. Navarro and Sobecka find them stunning. Navarro and Sobecka find them stunning.
The Reform of Housing in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union. by Jozsef Hegedus (Editor), Ivan Tosics (Editor), Bengt Turner (Editor) & ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Author: Jozsef Hegedus.
When the Soviet Union disintegrated inone of the structural problems the new government and free-market economy had to deal with was housing. Most Russians lived in government-owned apartments that had been built beginning in the late s. The question then became, who owned all of that Soviet-era housing?In her new book, "Housing the New.
11 Insightful Books about the Soviet Union Worth Reading. The history of the Soviet Union has long fascinated me- from the start of the empire when the peasants rose up against the establishment and Lenin’s Bolshevik Red Army stormed the winter gardens to the fall of the empire and the events that led up to its collapse.
In the past several years, scholars have started challenging the simplistic image of Soviet mass housing as an unqualified failure, bringing to light the project's emancipatory dimension as well as its social, political, and economic complexities.
1 Such scholarly efforts resonate with the simultaneous resurgence of popular interest in the built environments of the former socialist. housing in rural areas has ever been taken in Russia, for instance, and the census of urban housing taken in provides no comprehensive information.
The edition of the Soviet Statistical Year Book made no mention of housing. The question-naire drawn up for the pOpulation census no longer con. Similarly, in Zaporizhia, a Ukranian town, a housing complex illustrates the constant nation-making and remaking that took place for decades within the Soviet Union.
The complex, a modernist project dubbed Sotsmisto, which translates from Ukranian to mean “Socialist City,” was originally built in the late s and early s.
As explained by Philipp Meuser and Dimitrij Zadorin’s recent book, Towards a Typology of Soviet Mass Housing, Soviet constraints on housing construction “were so abstract that it borders on a Author: Mark Byrnes. But if you read the post you are commenting on, you will see that I am in no way passing judgement on the state of urban housing at any time during the Soviet, or any other period, I am am simply highlighting instances in Russian art and literature where Russians are commenting on the conditions of living in communal apartments in the Soviet Union.
After the success of the original guide-book on underrated Soviet architecture, massacre-of-mass-housing-is-a-huge interest in the architecture of the former Soviet Union.
Thanks to the. Author of Treaties, etc, Konstitut︠s︡ii︠a︡ (), Zakon Soi︠u︡za Sovetskikh Sot︠s︡ialisticheskikh Respublik o statuse narodnykh deputatov v SSSR, Zakon Soi͡u︡za Sovetskikh Sot͡s︡ialisticheskikh Respublik o trudovykh kollektivakh i povyshenii ikh roli v upravlenii predprii͡a︡tii͡a︡mi, uchrezhdenii͡a︡mi, organizat͡s︡ii͡a︡mi, Kodeks torgovogo.
Housing Policy in the Soviet Union Gregory Andrusz INTRODUCTION The XXVII Party Congress, held inpassed a resolution to provide each family with Author: J.
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Free shipping for many products!. Dutch artist Tamara Stoffers found inspiration from an old Soviet Union book published in the early s, which featured images of mass-housing apartment blocks. For textbooks about the history of the Soviet Union in general, I suggest The Rise and Fall of the Soviet Economy (Hanson), and Economic History of the USSR (Nove).
This book is divided into two sections. Section One is dedicated to the (in Marxist parlance) “base” of the USSR: its productive apparatus.SOVIET officials have long boasted that there are no homeless people in the Soviet Union, thanks to a constitutional ``right to housing.'' To give the boast bite, Soviet newspapers and magazines Author: Aaron Trehub.