7 Soviet People Ten Years after the War

Soviet People Ten Years after the War

Posted on August 14, 2014 by tim

These are color photos by Semyon Friedland, of Soviet people on the verge of the “New World”: WW2 had already been over for ten years, so the famine and destruction was mostly overcome and people were heading for some new, bright future as they expected it would be. At least that is how I feel they were thinking, posing for those photos.


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7 Responses to “Soviet People Ten Years after the War”

  1. Faith Gorodki says:

    These photos have already been in ER.

  2. Andrew says:

    Staged soviet propaganda. Where are photos of GULAG?

    • wee says:

      photos of gulags are in other EnglishRussia articles …

    • MAXDMG says:

      In your imagination) Its role is terribly exaggerated and that the number repressirovannih exactly. As a citizen of the Russian Federation and the son of the historian can you just write that Stalin’s purges affected a small number of people. Because someone had to work) And in camp pokale about 5-6 thousand and it is not proven…

    • Sole Survivor says:

      @Andrew: See, you sound like if I wanted to see ALynched Black Americans from the ’50s, I would be asking for them in National Geographic evry month. LOL…

      However, Gulag pics are in this site too. Look for them.

      • Andrew says:

        Up to 18 million persons passed through GULAG. 1.5 millions of them died. How many Black Americans were linched?

        • Sole Survivor says:

          Tell us how many American Natives were killed, or how many Black Americans were enslaved, later segregated and left without rights for 100 years more (and lynched, too).

          In your warped ‘logic’, you should be asking this in every issue of the National Geographic, or in every ad of Disneyworld. LOL.

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