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Country Recovery Plan



18 March 1946 was signed by the Law “On the five-year plan for the restoration and development of the national economy of the USSR for 1946 – 1950 years”, which ensured the restoration of our war-torn economy in the shortest possible time.

The fighting 1941 – 1945's caused the greatest damage to the economy of our country. According to military financiers, one day of the Great Patriotic War cost the Soviet state 362 million pre-war rubles. At an approximate conversion to modern prices, it will be almost 3 billion modern dollars per day! And these are just direct expenses.

Immediately after 1945, Soviet economists and statisticians calculated the direct damage caused by the destruction during the battles and the actions of the occupiers, 679 billion Soviet rubles, or 128 billion US dollars in pre-war prices. If it is even approximately and very simplified to recalculate this amount in dollars at the beginning of 2016, then you get a figure in 5 trillion dollars.

But this is only direct damage from military destruction. Together with military expenses (including expenses for the army, production weapons and equipment, the evacuation of industry, etc.), this figure will increase by three times - to almost 2 trillion Soviet pre-war rubles, or 357 billion pre-war dollars. In modern dollars, it will already be about 15 trillion.

All this is only the direct costs of the war and the direct damage it has inflicted. Attempts to calculate all the costs and losses, including deferred and indirect, will give such huge numbers that they will not even apply to economic theory, but rather to theoretical mathematics. The price of that great victory is still not measurable with any money.

And all this enormous damage, all these terrible losses and destruction, our country needed not only to survive, but also to restore with its work. That is why one of the first laws adopted in the USSR by the first post-war parliament was the law “On the five-year plan for the restoration and development of the national economy of the USSR in the years 1946 – 1950”.

The great war that began in 1941, not only destroyed the national economy, among other things, it put off the terms of re-election of the Soviet parliament formed in 1938, the Supreme Soviet of the USSR. The first post-war elections, held in February 1946, were to be a nationwide “vote of confidence” to the Stalinist leadership.

They were carried out in compliance with all the democratic formalities of those years, with election campaigning, etc. They went all over the country, including the newly joined territories, as well as in the places of deployment of Soviet troops outside the USSR. Despite the lack of alternativeness of Stalin's candidates, the authorities approached the election campaign more than seriously. Stalin, Zhdanov, Malenkov, and other top leaders of the USSR personally prepared program speeches and spoke to voters. In these speeches, not only were the unconditional successes of Soviet state building emphasized, the best proof of which was victory in a world war, but for the first time the problems and goals of the USSR in the new post-war world were publicly outlined.

Even conditionally democratic elections (we note that the overwhelming majority of the world’s population in those years did not know such ones) became not only Stalin’s well-organized election triumph, but also a rather serious challenge for local Soviet and party authorities. Clarification of the possibility of voting against was part of the duties of election agitators, and local authorities had to get almost 100-percentage turnout of Soviet citizens to the ballot box.

And in the pre-election period, the population actively used this, in fact blackmailing the party organs, threatening not to vote or vote against the party candidates, unless any domestic problems, which after the war had accumulated a great many, were resolved. So the all-union election of 1946 of the year provided a good “feedback” of state authorities to the population.

The first post-war "parliament", the Supreme Soviet of the USSR, at its first meeting of 19 in March 1946, approved the law "On the five-year plan for the restoration and development of the national economy of the USSR in 1946 – 1950 years." The bill was signed the day before, therefore in history He entered as a law from 18 March 1946.


The USSR Supreme Soviet adopted the first post-war five-year plan, the main goal of which was the restoration of the country after the war. Photo: photo archive of the magazine "Spark"


This law was developed by the best Soviet leaders and economists who ensured the survival and victory of our economy during the Great Patriotic War. Now there was a goal to overcome all the consequences of military devastation.

The law read: “Successfully beginning the restoration of the destroyed economy of the areas under occupation during the Patriotic War, the Soviet Union continues to restore and further develop the national economy on the basis of state perspective plans in the postwar period ... The USSR Supreme Council states that the main tasks of the five-year plan for restoration and development of national economy of the USSR on 1946 – 1950 consist in restoring the affected areas of the country, restoring the pre-war level of industry and agriculture and then surpassing this level. ”

The law outlined the main directions of recovery. In particular, the priority was declared to restore and develop railway transport, without which "it is impossible to quickly and successfully restore and develop the entire national economy." The most important direction was the rise of agriculture and industry, producing consumer goods to ease the difficult post-war life of people.

The law ordered the completion of the post-war restructuring of the national economy in 1946 and the use of the capacities of the former military industry for peaceful construction. To restore the destroyed cities and villages, it was envisaged to "create a massive factory production of residential buildings" and "provide state assistance to workers, peasants and intellectuals in individual housing construction."

The law planned to abolish the rationing system in the near future, to “restore and expand the network of primary and secondary schools and higher educational institutions”, to increase the number of hospitals and doctors, as well as many other activities. It is important to cancel that the Law “On the five-year plan for the restoration and development of the national economy of the USSR on 1946 – 1950 years” was not an empty declaration - it was a multi-page and very detailed business document, with practical calculations and figures.

Therefore, the law of 18 March 1946 of the year did not remain only on paper, but was successfully implemented. Next year, despite all the post-war difficulties, the USSR, one of the first among the warring states, abolished the rationing system, conducted a successful financial reform and completed the conversion of military production. By the 1950, the 6200 of large enterprises was restored and re-built, and industrial production surpassed the pre-war one.

The law “On the five-year plan for the restoration and development of the national economy of the USSR”, signed on March 18, 1946, is rightfully one of the most important Russian victories in the history of the 20th century.
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  1. ImPerts
    ImPerts 20 March 2016 06: 23
    +14
    Oh, there were people in our time, not like the current tribe ... Recently I recalled the history of Orlovsky, who raised the destroyed collective farm in Belarus. Before the war, the collective farm produced products at 147.000 rubles. After, it seems to 1954, the collective farm became the first collective farm-millionaire in the USSR.
    1. Shveps
      Shveps 20 March 2016 07: 57
      +12
      Quote: ImPerts
      Oh, there were people in our time, not that the current tribe ... the collective farm became the first collective farm-millionaire


      STALIN had a five-year plan with the advent of collective farms - millionaires.
      PUTIN has a "cunning" plan and a "multi-move" with an increase in the number of billionaires.
      1. kit_bellew
        kit_bellew 20 March 2016 08: 59
        +5
        Quote: Shveps
        STALIN had a five-year plan with the advent of collective farms - millionaires.
        PUTIN has a "cunning" plan and a "multi-move" with an increase in the number of billionaires.

        It seems to me that comparing is not very correct. Stalin had in 1946 winning country, and no one held him or his team of people's commissars for a tender place. But Putin's "comrades" - war loser in 1991, and that’s completely different.
        I, as a common man in the street, do not consider myself entitled to make assessments like "Putin is good" or "Putin is bad." I do not have enough information for this. But two points are nevertheless clear.
        first. Putin’s government is legitimate only if the Yeltsin’s government is legitimate.
        Second. The Yeltsin government is legitimately a little less than nothing because of the March 1991 referendum on preserving the USSR. Maybe someone forgot about it in our country, but I am sure they remember in the decaying West.
        Based on these two points, we get the picture: if now or in the very near future, Putin is seriously rocking in the direction of a real recovery of at least the Russian economy (not to mention the restoration of the Power), the West will simply pull the joker out of its sleeve. And I’m afraid that the matter will not be limited to Maidan. Therefore, one way or another, it is necessary to accumulate some power, to bleed the West, depriving its allies, to conduct attacks on the information front, and to build up the Armed Forces, esssno :)). To finally come the moment when Russia again with full right can declare: Whoever comes with the sword, will perish by the sword.
        1. igorka357
          igorka357 20 March 2016 09: 09
          +4
          Stop, there have already been attempts, all sorts of "marches of millions" are "swamp", VVP is not Yanukovych, the order for the harsh suppression of the demonstration "out of control" by the Internal Troops will be given without a shadow of a doubt! And personally, I will thank him for that! the West does not have against Putin, otherwise there would be neither Crimea in its composition, nor our VKS in Syria!
          1. tol100v
            tol100v 20 March 2016 18: 30
            -1
            Quote: igorka357
            ! And I personally will thank him for this! The West does not have any trump card against Putin, otherwise there would have been no Crimea as part of it, nor our VKS in Syria!

            I do not like card terminology, but the West has no trump cards! Sixes in the form of the Baltic states, on green cloth are not considered by definition. But the fact that the GDP has a deck of jokers, the West should think about. SGA puppeteers, they turn the whole EU through one place, because all Euro-pseudo-leaders have black indelible dirt that cannot be washed away with acid! That's why they squeal.
        2. sigdoc
          sigdoc 20 March 2016 13: 31
          +8
          On the contrary, Putin represents the interests of the "elite" in 91, who won the war with their own people and plundered the country, hence the miscarriages like Lenin and Stalin are worse than Hitler.
          1. Cat man null
            Cat man null 20 March 2016 20: 35
            +2
            Quote: sigdoc
            Quite the opposite, Putin represents the interests of the "elite" in 91, which won the war with its own people and plundered the country

            It’s interesting with you and your kind .. you have some kind of black and white.

            - either the "king" represents (only) the interests of the "elite"
            - either the "king" .. well, like, for the people, and the "elite" - mercilessly crushes

            Imagine yourself in the place of the head of the company where you work .. well, not 140 millions, but at least a million or two people.

            If you want all this to work - you will rely on all layers Your this "community". And nothing else.

            Which is exactly what Putin is doing. And "aligarchs" are not always "in chocolate" (I assure you, not all the wishlist of the so-called "elite" are automatically satisfied), and the people (you, for example, me) do not die of hunger .. although wishlist is also cut in places - just by necessity ..

            So the people of these Wishlist from the time of the Union .. have grown slightly, do not you?

            That's something like yes
            1. sigdoc
              sigdoc 21 March 2016 10: 12
              +5
              In your opinion: And "aligarhi" is not always "covered in chocolate" ... and people do not die of hunger. - this means almost the same, because the interests of both are protected in the same way. Some receive patriotism as a state ideology, while others receive state privatization. enterprises - everything is fair. Yes, you can remember how since the times of the Union the Aligarh Wishlist "slightly grew up":

              and how they are not always satisfied. hi
        3. Shadowcat
          Shadowcat 20 March 2016 17: 27
          +4
          Quote: kit_bellew
          For Putin, "with his comrades" is a country that lost the war in 1991

          What kind of cancer did Vladimir Putin have in the Russian government in 1991?
          Officially, he came to power in 2000, first as Deputy President B.N. Yeltsin, and then, in the early elections, the people showed him confidence in accordance with the laws and the Constitution of the Russian Federation, the latter of which was approved by the population of the Russian Federation.
          Therefore, as President Vladimir Putin, it is completely legitimate because He showed support to the people of the Russian Federation in accordance with the current legal standards of the state.
        4. Cap.Morgan
          Cap.Morgan 20 March 2016 20: 25
          +1
          It's time for the West to take out the "joker". Where is the joker?
      2. 16112014nk
        16112014nk 20 March 2016 16: 58
        +1
        And also Yeltsin's "squiggles".
  2. Mangel olys
    Mangel olys 20 March 2016 06: 42
    +4
    From the Order of the Minister of the Armed Forces of the USSR No. 7 of May 1, 1946, Moscow: "... The law adopted by the Supreme Soviet of the Soviet Union on a five-year plan for the restoration and development of the national economy of the USSR for 1946 - 1950 opens up new prospects for further growth of productive forces our Motherland, the growth of its economic power, the rise of its material well-being and culture ... ".
    1. Wheel
      Wheel 20 March 2016 11: 32
      +11
      From the decree of the Council of Ministers of the USSR of 25.08.46
      3. To approve the following housing construction plan in the regions of the Urals, Siberia and the Far East with its implementation during the second half of the 1946 and 1947 years: a total of 60750 residential buildings with a total area of ​​4 million 200 thousand square meters, including: 50650 individual residential buildings of two three rooms with a kitchen (wooden and stone); 10100 communal residential buildings (stone and wooden), with the number of 55000 apartments.

      4. To establish that 1946 individual residential buildings under construction in the second half of 1947 and in 50650 are sold to property owners, engineers and technicians and employees of enterprises at the following price: a two-room apartment building with a kitchen, wooden chopped timber - 8 thousand rubles and stone - 10 thousand rubles; three-room apartment building with a kitchen, chopped wood - 10 thousand rubles and stone - 12 thousand rubles.

      5. In order to provide workers, engineers and technicians and employees with the opportunity to acquire a residential building, oblige the Central Communal Bank to issue a loan of 8-10 thousand rubles to those who buy a two-room apartment with a maturity of 10 years and 10 to 12 thousand rubles to those who buy three-room apartment building with a maturity of 12 years with a loan charge one percent per year.

      Mortgage on Stalin?

      I have one cousin bought such a house.
      1. Cat man null
        Cat man null 20 March 2016 11: 45
        0
        Quote: Wheel
        Mortgage on Stalin?

        Yes. And it was really great.

        But, for example, government bonds, which were voluntary-compulsory at the same time? I forgot wink

        I mean, these loans, they are .. not a weak source for financing various state programs yes
        1. Wheel
          Wheel 20 March 2016 13: 03
          +3
          Quote: Cat Man Null
          But, for example, government bonds, which were voluntary-compulsory at the same time? I forgot


          Together with the monetary reform, all previous bonds were exchanged for a loan of the 47th year.
          I don’t know how it is about voluntary-compulsory, my father earned it not very badly, but there were very few loan bonds in the family before the age of 56.
          1. Cat man null
            Cat man null 20 March 2016 13: 34
            0
            Quote: Wheel
            I don’t know what about voluntary-compulsory

            The article is here:

            http://cyberleninka.ru/article/n/vnutrennie-gosudarstvennye-zaymy-v-sssr-kontsa-

            1920-h-1930-e-gody


            kind of deserves some credibility. Below is a picture of a page from it, there is just about the "voluntary-compulsory" method of distributing bonds of loans.
            1. Cat man null
              Cat man null 20 March 2016 14: 14
              +2
              GYYYYYY laughing laughing laughing

              It’s interesting, but the minus is for me, for the article or just for a rush of the soul?

              If to me - to me exactly .. if to article - yes to it generally knee-deep, it is still published in 2008 ..

              Funny .. go on good
              1. Wheel
                Wheel 20 March 2016 14: 19
                +1
                Quote: Cat Man Null
                It’s interesting, but the minus is for me, for the article or just for a rush of the soul?


                Compensated by a plus. laughing

                It is possible that in some places there was a compulsory subscription, I heard from some of the older generation, on the other hand, the majority did not focus on this issue.
                Only Khrushchev scolded for freezing bonds of 47-56 years.
        2. andrewkor
          andrewkor 20 March 2016 19: 21
          +1
          I remember that our family had such beautiful tickets with factories, mines, combines, fields. I loved to play them. My father was a military man, he signed up for a recovery loan with a full salary.
        3. Alf
          Alf 21 March 2016 20: 44
          +1
          Quote: Cat Man Null
          I mean, these loans, they are .. not a weak source for financing various state programs

          True, but when they received bonds, people knew that this money was being spent on rebuilding the country and would return to it in different ways.
      2. Alf
        Alf 21 March 2016 20: 42
        0
        Quote: Wheel
        From the decree of the Council of Ministers of the USSR of 25.08.46

        This is news to me! If not a secret, where did they get it? Can I have a link, I want to read it completely?
    2. gladcu2
      gladcu2 24 October 2016 19: 41
      0
      Mangel olys

      This rise, the restoration after the war, is the third feat of the Communists.

      The first . The restoration of the state after the First World War.
      Second. Victory in the Great Patriotic War.
      Third. Restoring the country after the war.

      There was not a single government in the world that could work so effectively.

      So there is someone to bow at the feet.

      This is for you, monarchists and liberals said.
  3. igorka357
    igorka357 20 March 2016 06: 49
    +1
    Yeah, then the people were different, of which ... you can make nails, and the country was ... great and mighty! Now what are the five-year plans ... although if you think about it, the war has always rallied and tempered us, but it's better without it!
    1. apro
      apro 20 March 2016 07: 03
      +7
      The people are the same that now what then, and the masters liked to drink and shove, and they could push that it was bad, the coach was different and the system worked differently and the law was the same for everyone and hence the results.
      1. Mobius
        Mobius 20 March 2016 08: 31
        +12
        Quote: apro
        the trainer was different and the system worked differently and the law was the same for everyone and hence the results.


        About "trainer" and his method (emphasis on "O") ...

        Immediately after the end of the war, K.K. Rokossovsky - Marshal of the Soviet Union and Twice Hero built himself a luxurious summer house. And he invited all the Politburo and the General Staff to a housewarming party ... Stalin also arrived. We walked all night, remembered the war, sang songs. In the morning, at parting, Stalin told him:
        - Thank you very much, you built a good orphanage. Rokossovsky.

        On the same day, orphans settled in the house.


        Rokossovsky himself for a long time, with humor, recalled this incident (and at the same time retained the best feelings about Stalin, but that was a different story). Of course, he built a summer house, but in a different place, and more modestly.

        In this behavior of Stalin, we see the decision of the leader, "pulling" the subordinate, too much carried away by the arrangement of personal benefits, against the background of the country in ruins ...


        NOW WHAT? Do officials steal godlessly? They steal. And the higher the official, the more he steal, the less chance of being held accountable.

        Will you say they are being planted? Even the governors? Yes, they are imprisoned ... But only when he "goes overboard", thereby violating the unwritten rule of power "Do not steal over status" ...

        I talked here with someone about the country's stability against the harsh, full-scale sanctions that are likely to come.

        He didn’t agree that Russia WILL NOT STAND before them on a number of contradictions tearing society.

        But looking at the figure of Stalin, and "rolling" in my thoughts the current leadership style in relation to the example of corruption in the "top", I already "give slack" in confidence, although in general an optimist ...

        An optimist, because I know that Russia has always found the strength to perk up. But it will be hard for all of us when sanctions put pressure on the outside, and thieves tear the state from the inside ...
        1. Sleepwalker
          Sleepwalker 20 March 2016 08: 47
          0
          Not Rokossovsky, but Papanin. Cherkizovo, Pushkin district.
          1. Mobius
            Mobius 20 March 2016 09: 28
            0
            Quote: Lunatic
            Not Rokossovsky, but Papanin. Cherkizovo, Pushkin district.


            Tell me more: Telman Mardanovich Ismailov yes ... Then I will understand why you have a "gray shoulder strap" ...
            1. Sleepwalker
              Sleepwalker 20 March 2016 12: 46
              0
              Rokossovsky under Stalin before the war was sitting (not in the country) and after the war he commanded the Polish Ministry of Defense - a summer cottage appeared in the suburbs after and was small. And Papanin - a business executive (head of the Northern Sea Route and the Arctic Institute) with opportunities - he built twice. And not a kindergarten but a kindergarten.
              1. Mobius
                Mobius 20 March 2016 13: 06
                0
                Quote: Lunatic
                Rokossovsky under Stalin before the war was sitting (not in the country) and after the war he commanded the Polish Ministry of Defense - a summer cottage appeared in the suburbs after and was small.


                So, "wikipedia" ... You have already got it with distortions and manipulations.

                Rokossovsky (ethnic Pole) was sent by I.V. Stalin to the NDP as Minister of Defense in ... 1949 year.

                For FOUR years, hell, what can be built, and not just the cottage.
                1. Sleepwalker
                  Sleepwalker 20 March 2016 14: 54
                  0
                  Not Wikipedia - that kindergarten.
                  What is the point for you to dodge - an avatar or fraternal solidarity?
        2. Cap.Morgan
          Cap.Morgan 20 March 2016 20: 40
          -1
          Over the past ten years, at least 12 high-profile criminal cases have been instituted in Russia for corruption-related crimes.
          The defendants in the cases were former members of the government of the Russian Federation, governors, senior officials of ministries and departments, regional administrations.
          Cases of Evgeny Adamov, Anatoly Kuznetsov, "underground casinos", "Rosagroleasing", "Oboronservis", "Glonass", "resorts of the North Caucasus", "embezzlement for the preparation of the APEC summit", "Vostochny Cosmodrome", "the Governor of Sakhalin Khoroshavin", " the head of the FSIN Reimer "," the head of Komi Glazer "...
          So the work has begun ...
          1. Alf
            Alf 20 March 2016 21: 36
            +2
            Quote: Cap.Morgan
            Cases of Evgeny Adamov, Anatoly Kuznetsov, "underground casinos", "Rosagroleasing", "Oboronservis", "Glonass", "resorts of the North Caucasus", "embezzlement for the preparation of the APEC summit", "Vostochny Cosmodrome", "the Governor of Sakhalin Khoroshavin", " the head of the FSIN Reimer "," the head of Komi Glazer "...
            So the work has begun ...

            And where are the landings and confiscations?
            Oboronservis-Serdyukov jumped off (as you dare, he was only a witness, he himself did not take a penny), Vasiliev 34 days of imprisonment and "to freedom with a clear conscience."
            1. Cap.Morgan
              Cap.Morgan 20 March 2016 21: 51
              -2




              The army that we are proud of was created under Serdyukov.
              Shoigu came to everything ready. And he commanded the already existing "polite little green men." Airplane missiles also went into series with him. Under Serdyukov, they began to feed the soldiers. Pay the officers decent money. Apartments began to give real.
              You do not think that this business sewn with white thread is revenge of the fifth column. Painfully presenting some kind of frivolous to him.
              1. Alf
                Alf 20 March 2016 22: 47
                +2
                Quote: Cap.Morgan
                Painfully presenting some kind of frivolous to him.

                Yes Yes. 3 billion, is that a lot? So, a penny.
                As for housing, the furniture marshal was blamed for the construction of housing for the military at "only" 2-3 times higher prices, and often God knows where. And purchase of 3000 Lynx. And two French troughs. And the reduction in the number of airfields. And the dispersal of military schools. So, not serious ...
                And once again, where are the landings?
                1. hardrokc
                  hardrokc 20 March 2016 23: 45
                  -2
                  Quote: Alf
                  And about housing, the furniture marshal was blamed on the construction of housing for the military

                  But explain to me, my dear, if you can? Why is there "construction of housing for the military" with such salaries? No, I understand when they received little, and some of them were paid extra in kind. But now why? For what such special services?
                  And further. Why do hefty foreheads at the age of 45 sit on the neck of society? What merit? Women work up to 55 years. And healthy foreheads, it is not clear for what merit, at 45? Are they crippled? Crippled? Where did you go, on which fronts? Can't they work? Or the liver by this point is already to hell?
                  Mayhem, in fact.
                  Quote: Alf
                  And two French troughs.

                  So they cannot build the same ones. So I had to buy.
                  1. Alf
                    Alf 21 March 2016 20: 34
                    +1
                    Quote: hardrokc
                    Why do hefty foreheads at the age of 45 sit on the neck of society?

                    Because my acquaintance major fighter of the Air Force served 20 years in the North, and in those places where the temperature in winter is -40-45-normal.
                    Quote: hardrokc
                    Why is there "construction of housing for the military" with such salaries?

                    Because the military does not know how long he will be transferred to a new duty station. And where is he, in this embodiment, to buy an apartment?
                    Judging by the nonsense that you carry on different branches, you obviously have a very vague impression of the army. Have you served yourself or dad and mom otmazyali? Or themselves miserable?
                    1. hardrokc
                      hardrokc 21 March 2016 21: 22
                      0
                      Quote: Alf
                      Because my acquaintance major fighter of the Air Force served 20 years in the North, and in those places where the temperature in winter is -40-45-normal.

                      At what age do men retire in those places? At 45? I doubt it. Then, what is he better than them? Did he have air more frosty? Or drier?
                      In addition, you will not tell these tales to me. I am familiar enough with the army to believe in your fairy tales that a person has served in the same place all the years, strictly in the North.
                      Quote: Alf
                      Because the military does not know how long he will be transferred to a new duty station. And where is he, in this embodiment, to buy an apartment?

                      Where he wants to. During the service, he must live in official public housing (rent at discounted prices). And then, where I bought it. And he did not bother to save up during the service (now there is just something) and buy, then on the street. It’s my fault.
                      Does not want to save, wants to receive from the state? You are welcome. But only with the deduction of value from contentment through the financial part. Little by little, during the same 20 years.
                      And at the dismissal at the age of 45, everything is according to the Labor Code, like everyone else, on a common basis. Two salaries in hands and on free bread. A pension, pay it from 60 years. Let it be big, military. But also, like everyone else, on a common basis.
                      And then Khrushchev poured "carrots" to the military so that they would support him in the fight against the NKVD. Since then, they have not dared to take these "gingerbread" back.
                      Quote: Alf
                      Judging by the nonsense that you carry on different branches, you obviously have a very vague impression of the army.

                      I served in the army as much as possible than you and all your friends combined.
                      Quote: Alf
                      Have you served yourself or dad and mom otmazyali?

                      I see no reason for special pride in this matter.
                      Quote: Alf
                      Or themselves miserable?

                      Why did you decide that the poor are those who did not serve in the army?
                      Here is Putin V.V. in the army did not serve, for example. So what?
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      2. igorka357
        igorka357 20 March 2016 09: 12
        +3
        When the other coach, then the athlete is different! You contradict yourself! One loves and does not work, the other works and loves the same way, these are two different people! But most importantly, now there is no faith in what we are building for the bright the future of their children! And at that time it was!
      3. Vadim237
        Vadim237 20 March 2016 11: 04
        +1
        And there was another economy - planned.
    2. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 20 March 2016 07: 08
      0
      Quote: igorka357
      Yeah, then the people were different, of which ... you can make nails, and the country was ... great and mighty!

      And what other people were, just wondering what they were? Bad people are around you now, so leave for another country.
      1. igorka357
        igorka357 20 March 2016 14: 06
        +3
        I don’t understand Alexander, do you have any complaints against me? The youth around me are ill-mannered, not working, the majority of managers ... if figuratively speaking in the USSR, fifty percent would rush to the pillbox, then I think today's youth will not even imagine such a thought, mothers with folders otmazyvayut kids from the army, no one is engaged in patriotism! I love my homeland and if there is anything for it, not in the first ... and shove your advice to where you have "back"! answer, but not for the sake of plus-minus signs I'm here!
        1. farida
          farida 20 March 2016 21: 24
          +1
          Our youth is different, and I am sorry if one spiritless audience has gathered around you. And here I met and meet smart, thinking, heart-rending young people for Russia. Some of them will give odds to the older generation. And I think the future is with them. By the way, if you know, we now have no special problems. The guys themselves want to serve and not only for selfish purposes, as some are trying to imagine. Today's youth, with some exceptions, I like, and there were thugs at all times. And most importantly, there are many believers among young people. Young people did not want to go to serve in a dilapidated army, and now, when the order is restored, and the attitude towards it is changing. Although, unfortunately, the situation in the military enlistment offices has changed little.
  4. venaya
    venaya 20 March 2016 07: 30
    +7
    By 1950, it was restored and 6200 large enterprises re-built, industrial production surpassed pre-war.

    It is useful to realize the total size of such tremendous successes, given that approximately $ 15 trillion at current prices amounted to damage from military destruction along with military spending during the period of hostilities. I do not think that world history has ever had such examples. It is all the more important for us today to realize the total greatness of the victory of our ancestors.
  5. parusnik
    parusnik 20 March 2016 07: 45
    +2
    "From battle to labor, from labor to attacks, in hunger, in the cold and nakedness, they held what was taken, so much so that the blood came out from under the nails" ...
  6. moskowit
    moskowit 20 March 2016 08: 00
    +11
    The Great Soviet people had Great goals. They won the most terrible and difficult war and after it they defeated a huge devastation, rebuilt their homeland from ruins, increased production, reequipped the army with the latest weapons, went to the forefront in nuclear energy and flew to explore outer space in 1957!

    "A medal for a battle, a medal for labor is poured from one metal!" ...
    1. Cap.Morgan
      Cap.Morgan 20 March 2016 21: 54
      -5
      Quote: moskowit
      The Great Soviet people had Great goals. They won the most terrible and difficult war and after it they defeated a huge devastation, rebuilt their homeland from ruins, increased production, reequipped the army with the latest weapons, went to the forefront in nuclear energy and flew to explore outer space in 1957!

      "A medal for a battle, a medal for labor is poured from one metal!" ...

      The same thing happened in Germany and Japan.
      That's just the standard of living against them at times ....
      1. gladcu2
        gladcu2 24 October 2016 20: 02
        0
        Cap.Morgan

        Especially Japan
        When the working short week is 60 hours. Well, life is not forbidden. negative
    2. hardrokc
      hardrokc 20 March 2016 22: 29
      -4
      Quote: moskowit
      Won the worst and hardest war

      But in terms of living standards? What is heard with the standard of living? They won, so it was possible to lie on the stove and collect tribute from the vanquished, apparently. Are you far from the unfortunate vanquished? From the Germans and all sorts of other Japanese? Yes, well, God be with them. From Romanians and Hungarians, how far have you come off? From slovaks? How are they there when they were starving? In what years did they have hunger? Not in any? It’s strange. Very strange.
      Winning is good. And to win is even better. That win just did not work. Confirmation of this is the postwar famine in the USSR in 46-47gg.
      Quote: moskowit
      rearm the army with the latest weapons

      Yes? What for? How were the "newest" samples better than the "oldest" ones? Or is it important to simply rearm? Doesn't matter what?
      Quote: moskowit
      in the nuclear industry have come to the forefront

      Yes? Judge by Chernobyl?
      Quote: moskowit
      and in 1957 flew to explore outer space

      Yes? And how far have they flown, if not a secret? What exactly have you learned over the past 60 years?
      1. igorka357
        igorka357 22 March 2016 15: 57
        +1
        It’s even dumb to answer such a troll!
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  7. Ros64
    Ros64 20 March 2016 10: 08
    +10
    And how many millionaires and billionaires (dollar or even ruble) were under Stalin? And how much now? Glory to the native government, headed by MR. Medvedev and V.V., who does not notice Putin. - FOR OUR SICK CHILDREN, WHICH COLLECT MONEY FOR TREATMENT IN THE COUNTRY, FOR THE IMPOSSIBILATION OF THE PEOPLE, THE DESTRUCTION OF THE ECONOMY, MINISTERS-THIEVES IN LAW !! Hurray, comrades!
    1. Vadim237
      Vadim237 20 March 2016 11: 19
      +2
      Under Putin, the economy just rose, and significantly, compared with what it was in the 90s, and in some respects in agriculture, we already overtook the USSR in comparison with the statistics of 1990. At present, more than 400 billionaires and 7 million ruble millionaires live in Russia, now anyone who aspires to this can become a millionaire - by work and deed.
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        1. Vadim237
          Vadim237 20 March 2016 13: 40
          -1
          I did it, no one will give it to everyone - everyone will earn for himself and decide.
      2. Vladislav 73
        Vladislav 73 20 March 2016 13: 29
        +1
        Quote: Vadim237
        Under Putin, the economy just rose, and significantly, compared with what it was in the 90s, and in some respects in agriculture, we already overtook the USSR in comparison with the statistics of 1990. At present, more than 400 billionaires and 7 million ruble millionaires live in Russia, now anyone who aspires to this can become a millionaire - by work and deed.

        Yes, yes ... And under Putin we are building a "socially oriented state" .... we are building in such a way that Patriarch Kirill has already been connected to the problems of education belay , "effective menagers" are apparently at a complete dead end - well, overseas training manuals do not work! request About "affordable medicine" generally keep quiet, most of the population will soon be left without it! negative Heard a scandal at the beginning of the year with a reduction in the production of medicines and public procurement? belay In all areas of life? For one satisfied with life, dozens of beggars who have come close to the poverty line, with the help of these very "managers" who "raise" the economy! negative I’m silent about millionaires, parallel reality! negative
        1. Vadim237
          Vadim237 20 March 2016 13: 51
          +1
          The reality is with millionaires - a friend is engaged in automatic transmission repair, works alone and earns 20000 a day.
          1. Alf
            Alf 20 March 2016 22: 51
            +1
            Quote: Vadim237
            The reality is with millionaires - a friend is engaged in automatic transmission repair, works alone and earns 20000 a day.

            And a month, 400 thousand. Damn, a hard worker millionaire. Do not disgrace, even though there is no need to tell tales here.
            1. Vadim237
              Vadim237 21 March 2016 18: 02
              +1
              It’s true - there are no tales here.
              1. igorka357
                igorka357 22 March 2016 16: 09
                0
                It is difficult to convince the losers, but they are the ones who scream the most! Oh, right now I’ll burn wassat !
              2. gladcu2
                gladcu2 24 October 2016 20: 09
                0
                Vadim 237

                I.e. smarter than others. Plows to repair gearboxes for 400 k per month? wassat

                A CNC machinists, then stupid? How much do they earn? laughing

                Something does not fit with the logic.
            2. igorka357
              igorka357 22 March 2016 16: 07
              0
              The usual statement of the loafer, who believes that the state is obliged to provide him with a luxurious life! And why does it owe you, get a salary at the enterprise, live within your means, don’t have enough, go work, open your own business .. don’t have enough brains, well, it’s only your fault ! Maybe you are a veteran of the Great Patriotic War ... I think in our country only the remnants of those who have preserved this country for us, or who have suffered for the sake of our state, should live for free!
          2. igorka357
            igorka357 22 March 2016 16: 03
            0
            For most people yelling about poverty, Putin himself must bring ten trillion a day! They don’t want to do anything themselves! My wife and I rented a few apartments for a long time, and we rent them out daily, we run around the city like saviors, what is no income, sometimes it’s quite normal! Plus I work as a tractor driver two in two, two children plus I give alimony for my first, if I saved a little and didn’t live on a grand scale, I would have become millionaires for a long time! So I understand and support you completely! They’re sitting on the stove and want to live on one salary happily, I think if you don’t have enough money, go earn money .. but don’t yell!
            1. gladcu2
              gladcu2 24 October 2016 20: 16
              0
              igorka357

              Under the USSR, they didn’t run around with apartments. And every other business. He worked for a shift and had enough for life. Many put aside 1000 r. families were put off in a year. After 7 years it was possible to buy a cooperative kopeck piece. Only working 40 hours a week. Well, if someone worked part time, say, shooting weddings, repairing TVs, cars, there was an extra hundred a month. There was free time.

              This is to the standard of living.
      3. Alf
        Alf 20 March 2016 22: 58
        0
        Quote: Vadim237
        Under Putin, just the economy has risen, and significantly, compared to what it was in the 90s,

        Compare the cost of oil in 1990.
        TASS DOSSIER. Throughout the 1990s the price of Brent crude oil (the main one on the international market for determining the cost of oil, including Russian oil) remained relatively stable at about $ 18. The price again fell to $ 17-18 per barrel. The 1998 Asian financial crisis led to a drop in oil prices: in June to $ 10,77 per barrel, and then, after a short stabilization period, in November, the price of Brent fell below $ 10. This was one of the factors that defaulted in Russia on August 17, 1998. Cheaper for a decade, Brent crude traded on December 10, 1998: $ 9,1.

        And in 2014.
        In January-August 2014, average Brent oil prices totaled $ 107,75 per barrel

        That’s the secret to Putin’s success.
        Quote: Vadim237
        and for some indicators in agriculture, we have already overtaken the USSR in comparison with 1990 statistics.

        And you do not compare with the year of decline, but at least since 1980.
        1. hardrokc
          hardrokc 20 March 2016 23: 35
          -3
          Quote: Alf
          Compare the cost of oil in 1990.

          Quote: Alf
          And in 2014.

          Why 1990 and 2014? Compare the cost of oil in current dollars in 1980. Approximately 115-120 dollars per barrel. Just like in 2014, even a little higher. Where is the money?
          By the way, in 1990. for modern dollars, the price was not very low, about $ 45 per barrel. But the USSR, after 115 dollars in 1980. this was not enough.
          Quote: Alf
          And you do not compare with the year of decline, but at least since 1980.

          Well, I remember this year. Then they saved food for the Olympics, and then, for the duration of it, some of the people were expelled from the Olympic cities (whoever where and under any pretext) so that they would not buy up and eat all these products. I already wrote that oil then cost about 115-120 modern dollars per barrel. And Khrushchev's program to increase its production just from this year began to operate in full force (with its introduction, he linked "the building of communism in the USSR").
          Communism, how is it? Saving products and dispersing the people, so as not to buy everything? Good beaver. We can’t do this.
          1. Vadim237
            Vadim237 21 March 2016 18: 05
            0
            And then oil prices collapsed and the USSR lost 2/3 of the profit from oil exports.
            1. hardrokc
              hardrokc 21 March 2016 18: 38
              -2
              Quote: Vadim237
              And then oil prices hit

              Collapsed, it is unlikely. Oil prices also go through certain cycles. But be that as it may, prices fell in 1986.
              Quote: Vadim237
              profits from oil exports

              And gas. And the USSR did not export anything else. All these "supplies of engineering products" are supplies of Soviet scrap metal to "friends" on credit. Those. is free.
    2. Shadowcat
      Shadowcat 20 March 2016 17: 16
      0
      Quote: Ros64
      And how many millionaires and billionaires (dollar or even ruble) were under Stalin? And how much now?

      And how much?
  8. Andrey Peter
    Andrey Peter 20 March 2016 12: 05
    +5
    Quote: kit_bellew
    It seems to me that the comparison is not very correct. Stalin had a victorious country in 1946, and no one held him or his team of people's commissars for a tender place. For Putin, "with his comrades" is a country that lost the war in 1991, which is completely different.

    You want to say that Putin got the country in worse condition than after the Second World War? I don’t think so, all the same, a huge reserve was previously invested in the country. The reason is rather different. Correctly noted the previous commentator -
    Quote: Shveps
    STALIN had a five-year plan with the advent of collective farms - millionaires.
    PUTIN has a "cunning" plan and a "multi-move" with an increase in the number of billionaires.

    Previously, people enthusiastically worked for the country. And now, damn it, capitalism and people see how they work for a penny, and the money settles in the pockets of others. The scope of corruption is enormous and the more a crook, the calmer he feels. So a new generation is being brought up who doesn't give a damn about everything - the main thing is to be able to earn more!
    1. Rivares
      Rivares 20 March 2016 12: 43
      +3
      Quote: Andrew Peter
      The scope of corruption is enormous and the more a crook, the calmer he feels.

      It somehow does not fit with your avatar)) Under Peter, Menshikov managed to steal and put in British banks an amount equal to the annual budget of the Russian Empire. And he had nothing!
      Quote: Andrew Peter
      So a new generation is brought up who does not give a damn

      And who brings up? So you, who can’t think of anything further than money, have eclipsed all greed ... Actually, many people are obsessed with money in the comments and discuss with whom more and who have the most to rob and share .. On honor, dignity and education - single comments.
      1. Vadim237
        Vadim237 20 March 2016 14: 09
        0
        "In reality, in the comments, many are fixated on money, and they are discussing who has more and who has more of those to rob and share" - this is basically the old "violin" of idlers and envious people.
        1. kalibr
          kalibr 20 March 2016 20: 23
          0
          And rightly so, Vadim! What you wrote. But where to put them? Loafers, fools, and others ... And the bad ones make the bad, right? On the contrary, it happens, but rarely. Wet? Not humane ?! Re-education, but how? You tell them - here is my example, and they will break your glasses in the house!
      2. Cap.Morgan
        Cap.Morgan 20 March 2016 21: 28
        +1
        Menshikov was demoted, deprived of his fortune and orders, he died in places not so distant.
        Prince Gagarin is hanged. Responsible for trade with China.
        1. Sergej1972
          Sergej1972 20 March 2016 22: 00
          0
          Menshikov was demoted under the grandson of Peter 1 Peter the Second. And this was the result of intrigue and an undercover struggle.
    2. Cap.Morgan
      Cap.Morgan 20 March 2016 20: 45
      0
      Quote: Andrey Peter



      Previously, people enthusiastically worked for the country. And now, damn it, capitalism and people see how they work for a penny, and the money settles in the pockets of others. The scope of corruption is enormous and the more a crook, the calmer he feels. So a new generation is being brought up who doesn't give a damn about everything - the main thing is to be able to earn more!

      Wow...
      Under Stalin, it was injected for a penny.
      Or for free at the logging.
    3. hardrokc
      hardrokc 20 March 2016 23: 13
      0
      Quote: Andrew Peter
      nevertheless, a huge reserve was previously invested in the country.

      Stock of what? Debts to Western Creditors? So it was not nested, it was "laid out".
      Quote: Andrew Peter
      Previously, people enthusiastically worked for the country.

      Goskomstat report for 1937 http://istmat.info/files/uploads/21970/kolhoz_1937_razdel_7.pdf This year, one eater on the collective farm (considered 4,48 eaters per peasant yard) received money and kind taking into account income from personal subsidiary plots 984,5 rubles. Is it a lot or a little? Little. Approximately 1700 modern rubles a month (if you count it through the bread made of wheat molded from 2 grade flour). And this is also a "profitable account".
      At the same time in 1936. the year was worse, so each eater received an average of 1160 rubles per month for modern money.
      Do you still think that "people see how they work for a penny"? Have a conscience.
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  9. Francois de Vivre
    Francois de Vivre 20 March 2016 12: 59
    +4
    a great article about a great country, a great war and a great comrade Stalin.
  10. Shadowcat
    Shadowcat 20 March 2016 17: 15
    +2
    The whole question is different. Not in the money. And the fact that the people were able to unite and act suffering hardships and overcoming adversity. Today TopVar published an article about the Teachers of Stalingrad, it speaks and explains everything using non-abstract people in a vacuum as an example.
    1. Vladislav 73
      Vladislav 73 20 March 2016 17: 41
      +3
      Quote: ShadowCat
      Today TopVar published an article about the Teachers of Stalingrad, it speaks and explains everything using non-abstract people in a vacuum as an example.

      Yes, only commentators rushed to discuss the voiced figure of children who are not attending school, homeless ... But in essence the article is somehow ... not really. This impression was either not read further than the first two lines, or the essence of the article passed by other commentators. .. request
      1. Shadowcat
        Shadowcat 21 March 2016 06: 41
        0
        This is an eternal problem. It's a pity.
  11. Olegi1
    Olegi1 20 March 2016 19: 13
    +3
    My grandfather, when he returned from the war, in the 46th he began to build a house. The house is one-story, wooden, into three apartments, but it is so planned that all had plots of land. I don’t know the details of what, but it was built. This is in Kursk. I spent all my childhood there, still dreaming, demolished it :( The garden was wonderful. Apple trees, pears, plums, cherries, cherries, raspberries, strawberries, and a lot of things ... And I had to take care of everything. And they taught me to do this. At the country house now it’s the same thing, the house is wooden, the garden is good, the greenhouse, we are harvesting excellent crops. Here it’s absolutely not a burden for me to tinker in the ground, as my grandfather planted, and it goes.
    1. kalibr
      kalibr 20 March 2016 20: 25
      -1
      That is, the Dagestanis are right when they say: Where there are no good young people, there were no good old people! what will someone do for them?
  12. Alexy
    Alexy 20 March 2016 23: 54
    0
    If it were my will, I would invoice Germany and the company for the whole amount under the threat of total destruction. That’s probably why I don’t be a politician.
    1. hardrokc
      hardrokc 20 March 2016 23: 58
      -1
      Quote: Alexy
      It would be my will, would invoice Germany

      You forget that the invoice has been issued. And paid.
      1. Vladislav 73
        Vladislav 73 21 March 2016 21: 12
        0
        Quote: hardrokc
        You forget that the invoice has been issued. And paid.

        Not paid. In fact, we were just thrown by "allies", especially after the formation of the FRG. And the GDR themselves forgave. Look, a lot of material on this topic.
        1. hardrokc
          hardrokc 21 March 2016 21: 27
          0
          Quote: Vladislav 73
          And the GDR themselves forgave

          This is called paid. We should have owned our share with the GDR. And as they did, it was not their problem.
          1. Vladislav 73
            Vladislav 73 22 March 2016 09: 17
            0
            Quote: hardrokc
            This is called paid. We should have owned our share with the GDR.

            The invoice was issued ALL of Germany, and not just in the Soviet zone of occupation (the future GDR)! Both with money and industrial equipment for reparations. But deliveries and payments from the Western zone of occupation were constantly disrupted, and with the proclamation of the Federal Republic of Germany they completely ceased. That triggered several diplomatic crises. Deliveries and payments were sometimes resumed under diplomatic pressure. I suggested that you familiarize yourself with this issue, because the topic until now has not been closed. request
            1. hardrokc
              hardrokc 22 March 2016 10: 01
              0
              Quote: Vladislav 73
              The bill was issued ALL of Germany, and not only in the Soviet zone of occupation (future GDR)

              This is yes. But who from where "sucks" them was divided in advance. This was called the "zone of occupation".
              For the same purposes (to feed) the USSR allocated Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary, Czechoslovakia and Poland. The fact that he did not take advantage of this, and after the war another famine began in the USSR, is "thanks to Comrade Stalin."
              Quote: Vladislav 73
              But deliveries and payments from the Western zone of occupation were constantly disrupted, and with the proclamation of the Federal Republic of Germany, they stopped in fact.

              They were never carried out from there.
              Quote: Vladislav 73
              I suggested that you familiarize yourself with this issue, because the topic until now has not been closed

              Closed. And the final document, as far as I know, was signed in some shaggy year there.
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  13. R-22
    R-22 21 March 2016 07: 43
    0
    And people sacrificed themselves selflessly working each in their place, this is also not unimportant