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4 Soviet Union: Five Years After The War

Soviet Union: Five Years After The War

Posted on February 15, 2014 by team


By the 1950s color photos were already rather widespread among Soviet professional photographers but nevertheless most of them have been preserved only as pages of old magazines. This is what the country looked like five years after the war, in 1950 when it was rising from the ruins at a frenetic pace.

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4 Responses to “Soviet Union: Five Years After The War”

  1. Jean says:

    After the western moneylenders and warmongers try to defeat the people of RUSSIA, THANKS GOD (AND JESUS CHRIST) to see that they are alive and well (even after the biggest sacrifice in history) Thetefore WE owe you and Glory for Russia and the victims are NEVER forgotten.

  2. Dag says:

    Propaganda Communist are experts!

  3. Lenin says:

    @Dag.
    Actually the opposite, Communist Propaganda is blatant and in your face, thus it’s easy to tune out of it.

    The west are the experts of Propaganda, most of you don’t even see the subliminal propaganda that is in every day advertising, TV shows or blockbuster movies.
    Did you notice for instance, the conservative message of Titanic, that the rich should feed off the energy of the poor, when they need revitalization? The entire film is filled with little moments that show this is the true ideological meaning of the film, but not many people will see it unless you are well studied in philosophy.

    Edward Barneys perfected Propaganda in the United States in the 1920s. The Soviets were well behind in the Propganda department, Too be honest I think that most Communists just used “Propaganda” as an excuse to put up amazing pieces of artwork.

  4. renowebb USA says:

    What ruins

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