Clearly not all at once ;):coldsweat:
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Our USSR readers in front of the author's home after next chapter was not 10K long XD
The Supreme Soviet votes if author does not post next chapter at least 10k long to be detained into gulag for counter-revolutionary actions! Joking aside do take your time

Socialist victory in China means that position of comrade Trotsky will be strengthened enormously as he had crusial roles in both Russian and Chinese Civil Wars. Trotskyism will be much more popular than OTL I think.
Socialist victory in China means that position of comrade Trotsky will be strengthened enormously as he had crusial roles in both Russian and Chinese Civil Wars. Trotskyism will be much more popular than OTL I think.
Most certainly true, especialy as Trotsky and his Trotskyism followers will even exaggerate the role he truely played in both of them.


and will leave us with question what to do with comrade Trotsky amd his followers once more
There should be a sort of "understanding" reached between Bukharin. Bukharin was no more of a dogmatic supporter of the NEP than Trotsky was anti-cooperatives. Bukharin hold out hope, however remote for outside revolution, but he didn't want to recklessly wait on for it, while Trotsky wasn't a dogmatic permanent revolution advocate.
Red Guards, Red Armies and Red Navies

Inside the Soviet Union, the so called Council of Union Security, also jnown as he Soviet Security Council, or Union Security Council was set up as a constitutional consultative body of the government, tasked with it’s security affairs and matters of strategic interest. Made up by the defense ministers of the Socialist Soviet Republic, it’s goal was first to develop a guideline for a all-Soviet Union policy on national defense, nationality issues, state security, the pace and scope of economic reforms and security, coping with natural disasters and other emergencies, to ensure stability and legal order in Soviet society, but also to give insight and input in their own localized, ethnic and religious national affairs in such matters and explain when, how and if they would collide and overlap with Soviet Union ones and what to do if both goals were at odds with one another. Another main topic for the first session of this Security Council was the Creation of the Leningrad Pact, so called because it was signed in Leningrad, the city or the revolution and it’s ideal under Lenin, designed as a collective security system for the Socialist and Communist nation states of the world willing to join it and in theory a diplomatic, more direct extension of the idea and politics of the Comintern (Communist International) itself. Each member agreed upon ending all diplomatic and economic relations with their enemies and rivals and to aid one another in the event of a foreign, enemy attack. At the same time the United People's Republic's of China while an observer of said pact in hopes of having the Soviet Union as an ally and partner against any colonial/ imperial aggression by other American and European Powers stated that it would only be willing to fully join, if the Soviet Union recognized it’s new united Chinese socialist/ communist government as legitimate, which in China’s eyes meant to also denounce the Mongolian People's Republic and Tuvan People's Republic as illegitimate, as they were rightfully United People's Republic's of China land and territories alongside some border regions with the Soviet Union. At the same time Wang declared that if the Soviet Union was willing to accept their demands, they could be fellow brothers against the reactionary powers of the world and after Mongolia and Tuva were integrated into China, maybe even find a solution for the Soviet Union need of a railway and ice-free harbor in the East at the Coast of the Pacific Ocean.

At the same time the most elite forces of the Soviet Union Russian Civil War Veterans Red Army were reorganized into a more elite, modern trained and well equipped Revolutionary Guard Corps, an elite force and military police alike aiming to protect the Soviet Union and it’s political system from enemies, both foreign and within, made up by ideological fanatic volunteers of other military branches and at the same time overlooking them, their Admirals, Generals and other commanders down to officers, with their own Guard Officers, the so called Commissars watching out for dissidents, enemy spies, saboteurs, or simply traitors to the Revolution and the Soviet Union. At the same time the increas of foreign volunteer workers seeking their own future in the Utopian Soviet Union had given rice to the Workers of the World Recruitment Center, both tasked with preparing the skills and ideology of those volunteering to build a new future within the Soviet Union, as well as prepare those of them willing to return home after their work was done to influence local Trade Unions, Socialist and Communist Movements and Parties along the lines of Rykovism and guide the Socialist International (Socintern) and the Communist International (Comintern) alongside such guidelines towards an untied front and united goal as well, by creating local recruitment and secretly ideological centers in other nation states targeting skilled and well educated foreign workers above all others, so the Soviet Union economy could modernize and industrial with them, while also aiding them to prepare for their own final liberation. Similar organizations inside the Soviet Union also had another task at hand, equality for man and woman, not so much for the sake of an equal society and females, but more so to educate and use another major part of the population in the most productive, most resource economic profitable way humanly possible, by giving education and jobs to them, so they too became a part of the economy and even politics and military force given a proper education and training on pair with that of man.

At the same time the achievements of Trotzky in the Russian Civil War and later the Chinese Civil War had backfired, making Trotzkyism and his idea of a Global World Revolution more popular then ever, which was why many supported to take another route with Stalin and his clique. Having served well as Lenin’s Secretary before and no friend of Trotzky, Stalin as an intelligent and capable politician was therefore rewarded the position of General Secretary of the Socintern and Comintern (Gesesoco) were his talent was meant to help manage the socialist and communist parties and movement around the world. A role equal meant to please his massive ego and ambitions, as well as to eliminate the Stalinist supporters influence in the Soviet Union itself, which could especially be felt in Georgia and the Transcaucasian SFSR and in neighboring Turkey, Kurdia and Persia. Similarly to the Trotskyists before Stalin’s supporters were spread thinly across the Soviet Union, so that it became harder for them to organize and spread their holding and influence, while at the same time their absence from Leningrad and Moscow was sold to them as their work and abilities being needed in the less centralized regions of the Soviet Union, like Siberia to keep them in line. A part of the Gesesoco foreign relations and activities Comrade Molotov was sent as a special plenipotentiary of the USSR to the German (Weimar) Republic, were he not only was tasked with working on a Soviet Union-German economic, military and diplomatic cooperation long-term, but also keep the local Socialist and Communist Parties unified and in power as a government coalition as best as possible to forward the creation of an All German People’s Republic, or a pan-German People’s Republic, which like the right-wing parties to steal some of their steam and attraction to the masses now too supported the integration of the German Austrians into a Greater German People’s Republic. To support Soviet Union propaganda better, the Soviet Movie Industry was backed to help spread the new society and culture, as well as back it’s message around the globe in a never before seen mass movement incorporated with modern technologies like not only newspapers, but radio and later even television, which were sponsored by the government for exactly this purpose. The Soviet Union Movie Industry and overall Socintern and Comintern propaganda was therefore soon known as Rykovmovs (Rykov Movies) or Rykovprov (Rykovist Propaganda) respectively.

Another major problem in all future rivalries with the West, economical, political and military was at the same time the United States of America, a Union of States on first glance not unlike the Soviet one, beside some ideological and political differences, but one in favor and support of capitalism and industrialist reactionary ideas. As it had shown during the Great War it was among one of the strongest western nation states and one secured by it’s location on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean and Pacific Ocean thanks to it’s or it’s allies strong navies. An own strong Soviet Union Red Navy was therefore needed in the future, but for now under comrade Litvinov good relations with the USA were aimed at, as well as a better organization and coordination of local Trade Unions, Socialist and Communist parties, which had their main backing in the Rust Belt, as well as Seattle at the West Coast. No longer as isolated in Europe as before thanks to some good internal and external policies, the Soviet Union aimed to turn around the tide against fascist and nationalist right-wing regimes, movements and parties in Europe, especially the Fascist Italian Kingdom under Mussolini, which inspired so many other ones in the Balkans, Central Europe, the Baltic and Southern Europe alike. Mussolini who had referred to himself as an authoritarian communist and Marxist was seen by many as a misguided son, one who maybe could be brought back into the fold of the Socintern and Comintern, especially in view of his former roots in Socialism and overall Italian Irredentism against Western Powers like France, which was why a meeting between Rykov and Benito Mussolini was viewed as a good option. During such a meeting his recent Fascist, anti-Communist views and movements, as well as his support by the Catholic Church and the Aristocratic Monarchy of Italy would need to be discussed. At the same time Rykov could point out how Paris and London had betrayed Russia and Italy alike and British and French interests, claims and holdings made Italy an increasing rival of both powers.

One of the main needs to oppose the Western Powers in the future was to rebuild the former Imperial Russian Navy into a Soviet Union Red Navy. But the current rulers of the worlds oceans had a numerical, modern superiority and supremacy which could not only not easily broken, especially not as the Soviet Union Red Navy was in a bottle-neck in the Baltic Ocean and the Far East as well. New funding and training for the Red Navy was therefore needed, as well as the creation of new ships and naval doctrines fitting the Soviet Union. One potential solution was to seek out the former Entente and try to buy older Central Powers ships from then, which while no ideal purchases, at least overall strengthened the numbers of the Soviet Union Red Navy. Much of the Imperial German Navy had been interned and sunken in Scapa Flow after the Great War, with Cox & Danks Shipbreaking Co. Salvaging many of them, while the rest became the basis for the Weimar Republic Reichsmarine (Imperial Navy). Made up by no submarines, six pre-dreadnought battleships, six light cruisers, twelve destroyers, and twelve torpedo boats originally. From Weimar Germany the Soviet Union Red Navy managed to buy the two Bremen-class cruisers SMS Hamburg (renamed Revolyutsiya) and SMS Berlin (renamed Sovetsiy), the Gazelle-class cruiser SMS Niobe (renamed Soyuz), and SMS Thetis (renamed Rykova), while the former Austro-Hungarian Navy over Croatia, France and Italy gave the Red Navy access to the Tegetthoff-class battleship SMS Tegetthof (renamed Grazhdanin), the Radetzky-class battleship SMS Erzherzog Franz Ferdinand (renamed Volya), Ironclad Warship SMS_Kronprinzessin Erzherzogin Stephanie (from 1889, renamed Chervona Ukraina), the Novara class (sometimes called the Helgoland class or the Admiral Spaun class) SMS Saida (renamed Moskwa), SMS Novara (renamed Grozny) and SMS Helgoland (renamed Uragan), the Tátra-class destroyers SMS Tátra (renamed Tbellisi), SMS Balaton (renamed Baku), SMS Csepel (renamed Slava) and SMS Orjen (renamed Komsomol), the Ersatz Triglav-class destroyer Dukla (renamed Lev), the 250t-class torpedo boats Tb 81 T (renamed Yaguar) and Tb 83 F (renamed Kursk), the Kaiman-class torpedo boats 54 T (renamed Orlan), 60 T (renamed Berkut), 61 T (renamed Krechyet) and 69 T (renamed Akula), the Schichau-class torpedo boats D1 (renamed Ryby) and D2 (renamed Losos), the submarine SM U-14 (renamed Treshchiny), the Enns-class river monitor SMS Enns (renamed Rybamech) as well as the Sava-class river monitor Sava (renamed Tunets) would in their majority all become part of the Soviet Union Baltic Red Navy.

Most of them had been former German and Austria-Hungarian ships bought mainly from France, Italy and Yugoslavia, as well as partially Weimar Germany, who either planned, or had already phased them out, planning to replace them with newer models, but they still could serve a vital role for the Soviet Union Red Navy. The weakness of the former Imperial Russian Ruble and nof the Soviet Union Ruble, or Soviet Ruble however meant that most of these ships were paid in successors like coal, oil, steel and grain, efficiently meaning older ships were paid by whatever the selling country needed to produce newer variants of these models, that were updated and modernized. While some in Italy protested, Mussolini and the Fascist Royal Italian Navy knew that in the Soviet Union these outdated ships would be far away from Mediterranean rivals like the French and British, so they would not be able to aid them against the Fascist Kingdom of Italy. At the same time the United Chinese People’s Republic allowed the Soviet Union Red Navy to station some of it’s ships in Dalian and Quingdao (for the right leasing price to be allowed to do so), leasing not the city, or harbor itself like with the treaty ports itself, but their spot at the harbor, meaning coal and other fuel had to be costly bought from the local Chinese authorities as well. Despite being rivals to the Americans and British, the Japanese Empire was unwilling to agree to any military cooperation with either the Soviet Union, or the United People’s Republic of China, but was instead willing to sign trade deals and non-aggression pacts with both for the duration of twenty years as long as Japanese merchants and trader had free access to the Chinese and Russian markets, which also brought new goods and money into the Soviet economy and infrastructure. Some of it also allowed to pay the interests for the planned rebuilding and modernization of Vladivostok, but any attempts to build a direct Soviet controlled naval Base in Manchuria, Korea or Japan was outright denied on principle that the Japanese arsistrocrats, monarchists, nationalists and even the democratic and republican elements did not trust the Soviets, the Chinese People’s Republic or their very own socialist and communist movements and parties after what had happened to the Romanov Family. Some western powers, partially the Americans and British, or rather American and British companies also helped rebuild and modernist some Soviet Union harbors, so their own trade with the country could flow. Similar deals were also made by the Chinese United People’s Republics with open access to the Chinese Market and resources in exchange for Chinese authority and control over the treaty and port cities once more. At the same time the Red Army was modernized on the principles of what it had learned itself during the Russian Civil War and Chinese Civil War, as well as from some Socialist and Communist foreign advisers and trainers, mainly that for short range concentrated firepower assault rifles, grenades and machine-guns were preferred over long-range rifles, which means the production needed to be focused around them, as well as the securing of enough ammunition. To better coordinate artillery and mixed Red Army forces, overall radios (coming from the mass-produced and sometimes unreliable and easy listening-in propaganda models at first) a decentralized firepower control and good training were introduced. The new military arm that was the air force was used to scout and coordinate/ inform the other branches, not only to ground attack with guns and bombs. Overall the logistic abilities, railroads, streets and overall transportation capacities of the Soviet Union needed to be massively improved in comparison to the Great War and the Russian Empire. Coordination and mobility was important, but so was also morale as the Red Army forces aiding the Revolution against the Czar had shown.

An armored and mechanized force to prevent an easy breaking of the own infantry was therefore needed. Standartisation for mortars (60 mm/ 80 mm/ 120 mm), guns (76 mm/ 105 mm/ 152mm), light machine-guns, general-purpose machine guns, infantry anti-tank weapons, rifles and assault rifles, light tanks, medium tanks, heavy tanks, self-propelled artillery tanks, anti-air tanks and other variants were needed, as well as canvas trucks, box trucks and tanker trucks, as well anti-tank and anti-air versions of them, with some plans calling for regular wheels, other for an additional number of those, or tracks for mechanized variants. Support vehicles included more light medical ones all the way to those capable of recovering and salvaging damaged, or destroyed trucks and tanks, sp they could be salvaged, or repaired after a battle. Similarly to infantry commanders and later officers, truck and tank group commanders (later all vehicles and their crews) would be equipped with radio communication, for better coordination of orders, organization and cooperation of the various arms to create a new modern Red Army and Red navy, heavily inspired especially by the main American, British, French and German ones. The port and harbor of Arkhangelsk and Murmansk were rebuild partial by the British and Norwegians, as well as companies from their nation states, Leningrad was rebuild by the Germans and French, or rather German and French companies, Odessa and Sevastopol by the Italians, Yugoslavians, Greeks and Turks, or their local national companies, while Vladivostok was in part rebuild by the Americans and Japanese In exchange all participating companies, conglomerates, Zaibatsu and nation states would get consciousness when buying Soviet resources from these treaties, as well as pay less taxes and other fees of their own products sold there for the duration of the next 99 years. Some had economic reasons and interests, other more political and military ones, hoping to profit from the Soviet economy themselves, while at the same time with these local projects being capable of keeping a very close eye on the Soviet Union.
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A lot of events, but the worldwide revolution cannot wait, great chapter as always.

Ps. Expect another initiatives from me, but this time I will turn USSR in one big SimCity simulator 🤣
In regard to China I think it is better for now to leave things as they are because it gives USSR more diplomatic flexibility in Asia and Pacific