9 Soviet Time At Its Best On the Pictures of Semen Friedland

Soviet Time At Its Best On the Pictures of Semen Friedland

Posted on July 7, 2014 by team


Images of a Soviet photographer and journalist Semen Friedland (1905-1964) taken back in the 1950s in different places of the USSR. They hit the Russian blogosphere, now it’s your turn to check them out.

“Adleiba Shali” – an officer of the Abkhazian road police.

In the port of Kazan.

Factory construction in Kazakhstan.

Chinese students practising at the Novosibirsk factory of heavy machinery.

Chinese students practising at the Novosibirsk factory of heavy machinery.

Hero of Socialist Labor, whose last name is Lagutenko.

Michurinsk.

Michurinsk.

Young mother visits a doctor.

Top men at the construction site of an industrial center in Pavlodarsk.

Construction of the Cherepovets factory.

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9 Responses to “Soviet Time At Its Best On the Pictures of Semen Friedland”

  1. lol says:

    semen, lol!

  2. Andrew says:

    Hero of Socialist Labour Lagutenko is an author of very cheap pre-fabricated panel five-storied buildings. You can find these buildings everywere on ER.

  3. CZenda says:

    Chinese students practising at the Novosibirsk factory of heavy machinery.
    1 st picture: “Hey, I tell you, if this thing goes red, you know, you gotta run like hell.”
    2nd picture: “Look at this, comrade, it is in red!”

  4. anyad says:

    “Ukraine. Morning breakfast.”

    Morning breakfast? If you eat in the morning, that’s call breakfast. There’s no such thing like a “noon breakfast”, dumbass.

  5. Ivanoff says:

    It was a great time!

  6. unknown says:

    @anyad – there is an afternoon breakfast however. So get lost.

  7. Alex says:

    Should be Semyon, not semen!

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