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Father and Son by I. Gnevashev, 1960s

Father and Son by I. Gnevashev, 1960s

In a Youth Cafe by A. Knyazev, 1970s

In a Youth Cafe by A. Knyazev, 1970s

mrchriddof:

Three pictures from the 1970 Russian children’s book, “Bear In Space”. A rather unique book in that it is about a bear that fakes photographs of a space trip to impress his friends.

More pictures from this book can be found at the Dreams Of Space blog.

(via fuckyeahtherussia)

scanzen:

The first flight of the Buran. Техника-молодежи, 1989/4.
via epizodsspace.no-ip.org

scanzen:

The first flight of the Buran. Техника-молодежи, 1989/4.

via epizodsspace.no-ip.org

(via fuckyeahsovietrussia)

fuckyeahsovietrussia:

USSR. Fragrance advertisement. 1950s. ☭

fuckyeahsovietrussia:

USSR. Fragrance advertisement. 1950s. 

(via the-east-was-red)

supervova:

 «Лестница в небо» Геннадия Гладкова. Сегодня, 18 февраля — День рождения композитора.

Father and Son by I. Gnevashev, 1960s

Father and Son by I. Gnevashev, 1960s

In a Youth Cafe by A. Knyazev, 1970s

In a Youth Cafe by A. Knyazev, 1970s

mrchriddof:

Three pictures from the 1970 Russian children’s book, “Bear In Space”. A rather unique book in that it is about a bear that fakes photographs of a space trip to impress his friends.

More pictures from this book can be found at the Dreams Of Space blog.

(via fuckyeahtherussia)

idiot-cola:

gagarin

(via shapka-ushanka)

scanzen:

The first flight of the Buran. Техника-молодежи, 1989/4.
via epizodsspace.no-ip.org

scanzen:

The first flight of the Buran. Техника-молодежи, 1989/4.

via epizodsspace.no-ip.org

(via fuckyeahsovietrussia)

fuckyeahsovietrussia:

USSR. Fragrance advertisement. 1950s. ☭

fuckyeahsovietrussia:

USSR. Fragrance advertisement. 1950s. 

(via the-east-was-red)

supervova:

 «Лестница в небо» Геннадия Гладкова. Сегодня, 18 февраля — День рождения композитора.

(Source: eazywriter, via manwithablog)

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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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