7 Soviet People Before the War

Soviet People Before the War

Posted on January 22, 2013 by team

Now we are going to see some works of a prominent photojournalist and photographer Arkady Shaikhet. All the pictures presented below were taken in the period of 1925-1930.

People in the reception room of M.I. Kalinin (Bolshevik revolutionary and the nominal head of state of Russia and later of the Soviet Union, from 1919 to 1946.), Moscow, 1924.

Unanimously. At the elections of local councils. 1925.


7 Responses to “Soviet People Before the War”

  1. roofius says:

    jewish revolutionary kill Russia in 1917

  2. Maesrobert says:

    Fascinating historical documents. The Livadia ones show Livadia Palace, where the Yalta Conference was held in 1945. Are the dispossessed people in Ukraine in 1929 dispossessed because they are a kulak family? They don’t look remotely well off.

  3. XyuH says:

    Surely “peasants” at Livadia don’t look like the peasants

  4. Otis R. Needleman says:

    Wonder how many of these people made it to 1950.

  5. (r)evolutionist says:

    Long live the NEP!!! (read about it, Comrades!)

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