8 The End of the Stalins Epoch: Coloured Pictures

The End of the Stalins Epoch: Coloured Pictures

Posted on August 28, 2013 by team

Some pictures to show you how the Soviet Union looked like in the last year of the Stalin’s epoch on coloured photos.

House lemons in a chemical laboratory. Pavlov-on-Oka, 1952.

A just-married couple in the registry office.

Children’s doctor.

Future teachers.

This is how Minsk, Belarus, looked like in 1952. Building the front gate of the city.

The square in Minsk.

Tsimlyansk hydro power plant.

Tsimlyansk. City embankment and the House of Culture.

Tsimlyansk sanatorium.


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8 Responses to “The End of the Stalins Epoch: Coloured Pictures”

  1. oldeafcoot says:

    Thank you for the photographs of life in Russia. I have never been to Russia and it isn’t likely that I ever will travel there, so these pictures give me a view into this huge country.
    May the people of Russia and of the USA always live at peace with each other.

  2. eddy says:

    Soviets were very good at propaganda

  3. unclemymy says:

    The teacher on the left is the beautiful and talented Klara Luchko, of “Cossacks of Kuban” fame. Ah, that would have been the teacher to have! So sorry that she passed away in 2005…

  4. Kut says:

    These looks as fake as the pictures from North Korea.
    Propaganda at its finest.

    • LOL says:

      Fake pictures? So the university, the metro and other buildings are fake? Sorry, but a lot of those still standing and not to mention that people were actually happy back then.

  5. Ilya says:

    Third page, third photo of department store – Rostov-on-Don.

  6. Jean says:

    And I thought Heaven was out of reach, but its much nearby.

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