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How to use Soviet Russia in a sentence
Soviet Russia annexed Ukraine in 1922, after a war that had commenced in 1917, when the Bolsheviks took Moscow.
The darkness and dissonance of these tightly constructed tales reflect something of the political turbulence of Soviet Russia.
Instead, his point was that panic about Stalin was misplaced because Soviet Russia could be contained.
To millions of people, Nazi Germany and Soviet Russia once offered compelling visions of modernity; Taliban Afghanistan never did.
And that is how eventually we were able to escape from Soviet Russia.
It sounds ridiculous, but that is how in Soviet Russia they dream of apartments rather than of people.
She—they were both somewhat dissatisfied with life in Soviet Russia.
And possibly they were just alarmed of meeting somebody who just came from Soviet Russia.
They were younger and they were brought up in Soviet Russia.
British Dictionary definitions for Soviet Russia
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