22 Soviet Social Export Ads

Soviet Social Export Ads

Posted on September 9, 2010 by team


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These are some pages from "Sputnik" magazine that had been published since 1967 in the Soviet Union. It was oriented for distribution abroad and represented the digest of the most interesting news and advertising of social industry achievements.


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22 Responses to “Soviet Social Export Ads”

  1. OLUT says:

    Bizarre ads. Wouldn’t mind having the camera, though.

  2. CZenda says:

    Ah, Soviet wristwatches – the fastest wristwatches of the World :-D

  3. Testicules says:

    Let’s go on a plane and get drunk.

  4. nikitn says:

    the tu114 never had an accident involving fatality, and that plain was in service for ~ 35 years. I believe around 32 were built.

  5. from says:

    First pic: “Aeroflat”
    xDD

  6. brett says:

    the Moskvich 408 is your best buy!

    RRRight…

  7. Sense sir me says:

    Amazing to see the US dollar and the rouble are nearly at par in the 1960’s.

  8. Freddy Freire says:

    Soviet Times…

    Sputnik magazine, I love it!
    A sorrowful farewell when that magazine was out of print.

    Greetings from Ecuador!

  9. Vladimir Strouff says:

    That’s fascinating. Russia never looked so comercial.

  10. rawen40 says:

    Pic. 212 is actioly the best-pistup american’n’ tipical Marusia-sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet! :)))))))))))

  11. SSSR says:

    Flights from New York to Moscow!!Wasn’t their a iron curtain around Russia during that time,as in America keep out or we will throw you in prison and use you as a bargaining pawn with the American government?

  12. Musa says:

    Cool Ads, that Moskvich-408 reminds me of my old Rambler. :)

  13. russia_bound says:

    A very cool set of nostalgic pictures. Thanks for the upload…

  14. BC says:

    TU114 was propeller driven – that picture is either a TU104 or TU124. Huh?

    And according to aviation-safety.net, there was one fatal TU114 crash.

    • kirov says:

      there were no fatal crashes. Tell me when and where

      • BC says:

        http://aviation-safety.net/database/record.php?id=19660217-0

        Date: 17 FEB 1966
        Type: Tupolev 114D
        Operator: Aeroflot / International
        Registration: CCCP-76491
        C/n / msn: 64M472
        First flight: 1958
        Crew: Fatalities: / Occupants: 13
        Passengers: Fatalities: / Occupants: 35
        Total: Fatalities: 21 / Occupants: 48
        Airplane damage: Written off
        Airplane fate: Written off (damaged beyond repair)
        Location: Moskva-Sheremetyevo Airport (SVO) (Russia)
        Phase: Takeoff (TOF)
        Nature: International Scheduled Passenger
        Departure airport: Moskva-Sheremetyevo Airport (SVO/UUEE), Russia
        Destination airport: Conakry Airport (CKY/DGCY), Guinea
        Narrative:
        It was snowing as Aeroflot’s inaugural service to Conakry (CKY) and Brazzaville (BZV) was prepared for departure. The runway was cleared, but not the entire width. Snow on the runway edges was limiting the visibility of the runway edge lights. Upon takeoff, the Tu-114 struck a snow drift with the left main undercarriage. The pilot banked the plane to the right, causing the nr.3 propeller to strike the runway. The airplane crashed and caught fire.

  15. Valery says:

    Do you know what does the gesture on the 4th ad mean ?!

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