1926 in the Soviet Union
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History of the Soviet Union
- General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union – Joseph Stalin
- Chairman of the Central Executive Committee of the Congress of Soviets – Mikhail Kalinin
- Chairman of the Council of People's Commissars of the Soviet Union – Alexei Rykov
- 29 January – Soviet law changes and the size of inheritable estates becomes effectively unlimited.
- 24 April – The Treaty of Berlin (1926) is signed.
- July – The "Declaration of the 13" was written by Kamenev, Krupskaya, Trotsky, Zinoviev, along with 9 other contributors. The declaration was a denouncement of the economic policies of the right and the attacks on freedom the writers felt would lead to the destruction of the Bolshevik Revolution.
- December – The First All-Union Census of the Soviet Union is conducted.
- 11 January – Lev Dyomin, cosmonaut
- 20 January – Vitaly Vorotnikov, statesman
- 31 January – Lev Russov, painter
- 7 February
- 10 March – Ivan Filin, Olympic athlete
- 24 March – Engels Kozlov, painter
- 10 April – Valeria Larina, painter
- 26 April – Yefrem Sokolov, politician
- 22 May – Mikhail Bychkov, ice hockey player
- 1 June – Aleksandr Anufriyev, Olympic athlete
- 23 September – Valentin Kuzin, ice hockey player
- 25 September – Sergei Filatov, Olympic equestrian
- 8 October – Andrey Yevgenyevich Lichko, psychiatrist
- 20 October – Gennadi Kryuchkov, Russian Baptist minister
- 10 December – Nikolai Tishchenko, footballer
- 24 November – Leonid Krasin, politician (born 1870)
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