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Citizenship of the USSR

Viktor Sergeevich Shevtsov

Citizenship of the USSR

a legal study

by Viktor Sergeevich Shevtsov

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Published by Progress Publishers in Moscow .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Originally published as "Grazhdanstvo SSSR (pravovoe issledovanie)", [Moskva]: Progress, 1979.

Statement[translated from the Russian by Lenina Ilitskaya].
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17438145M

Citizenship, relationship between an individual and a state to which the individual owes allegiance and in turn is entitled to its protection. Citizens have certain rights, duties, and responsibilities that are denied or only partially extended to noncitizens in the country. Learn more about citizenship. Book Description. Situated within the context of "post-soviet times", this book explores young people’s citizenship activities and values in three distinct environments: post-soviet union countries, post-soviet union satellites, and countries that were independent of the soviet-union.

The Citizenship Act of the USSR () and the Citizenship Act of the USSR () declared that citizens of the USSR who lived in the territory of a Soviet Republic would become citizens of that Republic, unless they chose citizenship of another Soviet Republic in connection with their ethnic origin.   The book, to be published here soon, tells of the struggle to publish Mr. Solzhenitsyn's books in the Soviet Union and relates the tactics used by the Communist party and the secret police to.

  USSR Sup Soviet deprives her of USSR citizenship because of 'misconduct, defaming title citizen of USSR'; her publisher, Harper & Row, releases . STALIN’S WILLING EXECUTIONERS JEWS AS A HOSTILE ELITE IN THE USSR The Jewish Century Yuri Slezkine Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, $ (cloth) x + pages Reviewed by Kevin MacDonald A persistent theme among critics of Jews—particularly those on the pre-World War II right—has been that the Bolshevik revolution was a.


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Citizenship of the USSR by Viktor Sergeevich Shevtsov Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Soviet passport is an identity document issued upon the laws of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) for the citizen of the USSR. For the general purposes of identity certification Soviet passports contained such data as name, date of birth, gender, place of birth, ethnicity and citizenship, as well Citizenship of the USSR book the photo of passport by: Soviet Union.

Soviet rule only intensified suspicion of minorities, foreigners, and investors, bringing the expansion of citizenship rights to an end.

The book is a model of scholarly practice and fine writing, and an inspired corrective to some weathered myths about Russian by: BRILL, Jan 1, - Law - pages 0 Reviews Inthe predecessor of this volume was published as Number 15 of the Law in Eastern Europe series, under the title "Soviet Citizenship Law".

Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Citizenship -- Soviet Union.

Citizenship. Soviet Union. More like this: Similar Items. Inthe predecessor of this volume was published as Number 15 of the Law in Eastern Europe series, under the title "Soviet Citizenship Law".

The decision to put out a new version of that study was prompted by the enactment in of the CUTTent Law on the Citizenship of the USSR and the various changes in Soviet prac­ tice in this domain.

In the first book to trace the Russian state’s citizenship policy throughout its history, Lohr argues that to understand the citizenship dilemmas Russia faces today, we must return to the less xenophobic and isolationist pre-Stalin period—before the drive toward autarky after eventually sealed the state off.

Citizenship of Russia is regulated by the federal act regarding citizenship of the Russian Federation (ofwith the amendments of, ), Constitution of the Russian Federation (of ), and the international treaties that cover citizenship questions to which the Russian Federation is a party.

In accordance with the supremacy clause of the Constitution, international treaties. Dual nationality in Russia. Russian dual citizenship is a complex issue. Russia officially allows dual citizenship and Russian citizens are permitted to acquire citizenship abroad without giving up their Russian citizenship, however they will be deemed only as Russian citizens by the Russian state according to federal law.

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Note that when I.G. Kebin, chairman of the Commission on Legislative Proposals of the Soviet of Nationalities, acting in the name of the commissions on legislative proposals of both chambers, submitted a recommendation on Jat a session of the Pres­idium of the USSR Supreme Soviet, for the drafting of a new Law on the citizenship of the USSR, he gave as one of the reasons for the.

Every citizen of a Union Republic is a citizen of the USSR. The grounds and procedure for acquiring or forfeiting Soviet citizenship are defined by the Law on Citizenship of the USSR. When abroad, citizens of the USSR enjoy the protection and assistance of the Soviet state.

Article Art. 21 of the Constitution of the URSS and Art. 1 of the Soviet citizenship law as well as Art. 1 of the new Soviet citizenship law adopted in incorporate the idea that in the USSR there was a single union citizenship and that each citizen of a Union Republic was also citizen of the USSR Although necessary for ideological.

The citizenship law of the USSR (Book, ) [] Get this from a library. The citizenship law of the USSR. Situated within the context of "post-soviet times", this book explores young people’s citizenship activities and values in three distinct environments: post-soviet union countries, post-soviet union satellites, and countries that were independent of the soviet-union.

Oleg Kutafin, the chairman of the Presidential Committee on citizenship, criticized this Act in his book Russian Citizenship (ISBN ), but the legal consequences of this Act were not analyzed there.

Citizenship act of Ina new citizenship act, supported by President Vladimir Putin, replaced the act of   Russian Citizenship: From Empire to Soviet Union by Eric Lohr.

Cambridge, Massuchetts, Harvard University Press, pp. $ US (cloth). Not only the Soviet Union but also the subsequent brief debate on the added value of Soviet/Russian-area studies has long since ended in the dustbin of history. 10 Things That Will SHOCK You About Traveling The World S1 • E17 Visit Russia - 10 SHOCKS of Visiting RUSSIA - Duration: Wolters Worldviews   An illustration of an open book.

Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. Citizenship of the USSR (A Legal Study) Item Preview Soviet Union, naturalization Collection opensource Language English. A Soviet. If he had become a naturalized Soviet citizen, he would have been obligated to renounce his American citizenship and almost certainly wouldn’t have been able to leave the Soviet Union after that.

His lack of Soviet citizenship later prevented him from returning to the USSR inwhen he went to the Soviet Embassy in Mexico two months.

The brutal rule of Iosif STALIN () strengthened communist rule and Russian dominance of the Soviet Union at a cost of tens of millions of lives. After defeating Germany in World War II as part of an alliance with the US (), the USSR expanded its territory and influence in Eastern Europe and emerged as a global power.

The book explains the sources of citizenship rights in the Constitution and focuses on three key citizenship rights - the right to vote, the right to employment, and the right to travel in the US.

It explains why those rights are fundamental and how national identification systems and ID requirements to vote, work and travel undermine the.Eric Lohr, Russian Citizenship: From Empire to Soviet Union. pp. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, ISBN $ Anyone who has worked with Russian and Soviet primary sources will have noticed the regular influx of foreign-born or foreign-subject persons.

The phenomenon has not been studied systematically. States of Obligation: Taxes and Citizenship in the Russian Empire and Early Soviet Republic - Kindle edition by Kotsonis, Yanni. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

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