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Soviet Union (U.S.S.R.)

Geographical situation: This region contains fifteen differents countries that form the soviet union or U.S.S.R. The USSR was founded in 1922, but didn't reach it's full recognation as a nation untill 1940. The U.S.S.R. began to split into different countries in 1991. The Soviet union was what it's now a days Russia that it's the 13% of the earth's surface.

Climate: The Soviet union was located in the middle and northern latitudes of the northern hemisphere so his climate was extremly cold and hard, it's an artic type. It's closer to the north pole than to the Ecuador. Winters are very dark.

Ordinary Life in the USSR 1961
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Geographical situation: Poland is situated in central Europe, its capital is Warsaw. It have three different types of landscapes. The first one it's lowlands, then we have the highlands and finally the mountains. Poland has some 9,300 lakes with surface areas over 1 ha, the longest river is the Vistula (1047km).

Climate: Poland has a moderate climate with both continental and maritime elements. This is due to humid Atlantic air which collides over its territory with dry air from the Eurasian interior. It's cold in winter and hot in summer, tipical climate in middle Europe. The average anual temperature is seven degrees

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Geographical situation: Germany is a country situated in central Europe. It boarders the baltic sea and the north sea. Germany is the sixth largest country in Europe with and area of 356.959 km square.

Climate: Germany has an Oceanic climate. It's warm and maritime, this means that winters and summers are cold, cloudy and humid. The the weather is unpredictable. However the extreme conditions are unusuals. The average annual temperature is eight degrees.

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