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Soviet Union by Henri Cartier-Bresson, 1954

Russia, Moscow, 1972 - Day nurser by Henri Cartier-Bresson

Joseph Stalin (1879 - 1953) One of the most powerful and murderous dictators in history, Stalin was the supreme ruler of the Soviet Union for a quarter of a century. His regime of terror caused the death and suffering of tens of millions, but he also oversaw the war machine that played a key role in the defeat of Nazism.

James Abbe photo of Joseph Stalin

Скорей бы понедельник и снова на работу! - Just let it be Monday and work again! © Советский плакат. Soviet poster Скорей бы… [skarèj by] - Just let it be… www.ruspeach.com/news/5664/

I wish it would be Monday Again! Back to office!

Früher

Credit: Thomas Hoepker Toilet time at an East Berlin nursery,

Soviet poster

Russian vintage poster 1954 "Learn to do everything yourself!

Motorcycles in Moscow

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Back to USSR! Nevalyashka

Back to USSR! Nevalyashka

typical soviet apartments

typical soviet apartments

Anti drinking ads from the Soviet Union.

Three of my favourite anti drinking ads from the Soviet

Anti drinking ad from the Soviet Union.

A typical Russian kitchen inside an apartment built during the early 1960s when Nikita Khrushchev led the Soviet Union — what later became k...

How Soviet Kitchens Became Hotbeds Of Dissent And Culture

A typical Russian kitchen inside an apartment built during the early when Nikita Khrushchev led the Soviet Union — later called "Khrushchev apartments.

Lenin likes that coat!

A mom fusses with her son's coat collar in front of a massive poster of Lenin, in Tbilisi, Soviet Georgia, early

Soviet Poster of Stalin and a baby. Very misleading. He'd have killed every baby in the Soviet Union if he thought they threatened him.

Poster with Vintage Stalin Propaganda Print created by cardland. Order as shown, or change the print size or paper type & add custom framing.

The final years of the USSR are plagued by empty grocery stores, queues for food and widespread shortages. Photograph: Gennady Galperin/Reuters

Collapse of the USSR – in pictures

The final years of the USSR are plagued by empty grocery stores, queues for food and widespread shortages.

Автоматы на Пярнуском ш.

Young people buying a soda drink at the soda vending machine. Mixed sweet syrup, with sparkling water. Back in the USSR.

Владимир Лагранж – коммунальная квартира в Москве, 1992 год #moscow #history

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