Time, Calendars, and Seasons


What type of calendar was used in the Soviet Union between 1929 and 1940?

The Soviets created the Revolutionary calendar, which had 5 days in a week (four for work, the fifth as a day off) and six weeks in a month. Five days (six during leap year) were added at the end of the year to add up to 365 (or 366) days.


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