Soviet Union Year-Book, 1930


    THE “Soviet Union Year-Book”, which first appeared in 1925 as the “Commercial Year-Book of the Soviet Union”, is a bulky and informative volume, concerned chiefly, as its origin would suggest, with matters of commercial interest. There are sections on the constitutional and political organisation of the Union of Socialist Soviet Republics and of its constituent republics; on the economic organisation and development of the Union, including a short notice of the Five-Year Plan; and separate sections dealing with agriculture, mineral resources, industry, transport, foreign trade, finance and currency, labour, and co-operation. There is also a legal section, dealing only with private law.

    Soviet Union Year-Book, 1930.

    A. A. Santalov Dr. Louis Segal. Pp. viii + 670. (London: George Allen and Unwin, Ltd., 1930.) 7s. 6d. net.

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    Soviet Union Year-Book, 1930 . Nature 127, 922 (1931).

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