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The People's Union of Soviet Republics (Russian: Народный союз советских республик, tr: Narodnyy soyuz sovetskikh respublik) abbreviated to PUSR was the final Marxist-Leninist state that emerged from the Soviet Union in 1991.

The GKChP's victory in the 1991 August coup saw the restoration of government control over most of the Soviet Union, aside from the Baltic States, which were granted independance before the coup. The Soviet republics of Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia and Uzbekistan claimed independance as well while Kyrgystan fell into the hands of various extremist groups. In an attempt to regain lost Soviet possessions the Soviet Army launched an invasion against the Baltic States leading to the Baltic War. Its defeat marked the end of the Soviet Union and the Eastern Bloc.