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Stalin speech – November 7, 1941 [English subtitles]

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The Ukrainian Famine: Only Evidence Can Disclose the Truth – The Greanville Post

Source: The Ukrainian Famine: Only Evidence Can Disclose the Truth – The Greanville Post

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Cold War board games explore the conflict’s history, spycraft, and humor · Gameological Unplugged · The A.V. Club

In Gameological Unplugged, Samantha Nelson looks at trends and new developments in the vast world of tabletop games.The Cold War has been inspiring board games since the ’60s, with its clear sides and varied fronts providing ample material for different … Continue reading

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Happy Cosmonautics Day (День Космона́втики)!

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Europe Signed Pacts With Nazi Germany — But Only the USSR Is Still Accused of ‘Colluding’ With Hitler

Poland was the first country to sign a non-aggression pact with the Third Reich, after which Great Britain and France did the same. So why is the USSR still being accused of collusion with Hitler? Source: Europe Signed Pacts With Nazi Germany — But Only … Continue reading

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Is Stalin Really Dead? – Poll Shows Support for Uncle Joe on the Rise

Josef Stalin died on 5 March 1953. Yet, 63 years later, his figure still looms over Russian politics and society, and attitudes toward him are regularly measured by sociologists. Source: Is Stalin Really Dead? – Poll Shows Support for Uncle … Continue reading

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Soviet Political Posters: The Sergo Grigorian Collection

I just discovered this wonderful website showcasing Soviet political posters! The Sergo Grigorian Collection is apparently the largest publicly available, private collection of Soviet political posters spanning the entire existence of the USSR, from 1917 to 1991. There are original … Continue reading

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Pадио Москва – Radio Moscow

Radio Moscow was the official international broadcasting station of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. It was launched in 1929 and endured until 1993. January 1981: Various News Reports November 9th, 1960: Congratulations to JFK on His Election Victory August … Continue reading

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Divide and Conquer: The Sino-Soviet split and its meaning today

The Sino-Soviet split and its meaning today Listen now: Brian Becker, a national leader of the Party for Socialism and Liberation, discusses the Sino-Soviet split that began in the 1960s with its underpinnings in differing approaches on survival against U.S. … Continue reading

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The First Spacewalk

 

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