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на свадьбе / at the wedding (by Аркаша Грубиянов)

1984

на свадьбе / at the wedding (by Аркаша Грубиянов)

1984

на мотоциклах к морю (by Аркаша Грубиянов)
c. 1959

на мотоциклах к морю (by Аркаша Грубиянов)
c. 1959

на мотоциклах к морю (by Аркаша Грубиянов)
c. 1959

на мотоциклах к морю (by Аркаша Грубиянов)
c. 1959

1966

Drawings by V. Galdyayev

(Source: polny-shkaf.livejournal.com)

Soviet students of the seventies in september (by Copper Kettle)

Soviet students of the seventies in september (by Copper Kettle)

soviet kindergarten 1950s (by Copper Kettle)

soviet kindergarten 1950s (by Copper Kettle)

kritseldis:

Part two of the Soviet animation from series “Kitten named Woof” (kotyonok po imeni gav), 1976

(Source: russian-and-soviet-cinema)

kritseldis:

Part one of the Soviet animation from series “Kitten named Woof” (kotyonok po imeni gav), 1976

(Source: russian-and-soviet-cinema)

(Source: majorhobo, via semivan82)

на свадьбе / at the wedding (by Аркаша Грубиянов)

1984

на свадьбе / at the wedding (by Аркаша Грубиянов)

1984

Нина (by Аркаша Грубиянов)
c. 1947

Нина (by Аркаша Грубиянов)
c. 1947

на мотоциклах к морю (by Аркаша Грубиянов)
c. 1959

на мотоциклах к морю (by Аркаша Грубиянов)
c. 1959

на мотоциклах к морю (by Аркаша Грубиянов)
c. 1959

на мотоциклах к морю (by Аркаша Грубиянов)
c. 1959

1966

Drawings by V. Galdyayev

(Source: polny-shkaf.livejournal.com)

Soviet students of the seventies in september (by Copper Kettle)

Soviet students of the seventies in september (by Copper Kettle)

soviet kindergarten 1950s (by Copper Kettle)

soviet kindergarten 1950s (by Copper Kettle)

kritseldis:

Part two of the Soviet animation from series “Kitten named Woof” (kotyonok po imeni gav), 1976

(Source: russian-and-soviet-cinema)

kritseldis:

Part one of the Soviet animation from series “Kitten named Woof” (kotyonok po imeni gav), 1976

(Source: russian-and-soviet-cinema)

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All things Soviet (1922—1991): photography, objects, songs, movies, persons.

I'll collect Soviet memorabilia here that I like and that gives that special nostalgic feeling for the "good old times". I'm Russian and I was born in the USSR, so some of it carries a special meaning for me, they are things I remember, bits of my childhood. Earlier eras also fascinate me big time. I want to capture daily life of ordinary people in the big country rather than its political and military history. Life that is still remembered and missed by many.

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