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1 USSR, the Most Reading Country in the World: One Day of Leningrad in 1960

USSR, the Most Reading Country in the World: One Day of Leningrad in 1960

Posted on February 24, 2017 by tim


People inside of USSR were calling it “the most reading country in the world”. And in reality with a lack of other entertainment (only two or three TV channels), almost no western movies etc etc people were really reading  a lot. Here are some pictures made in one day of 1960 in Leningrad that proves this notion:

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One Response to “USSR, the Most Reading Country in the World: One Day of Leningrad in 1960”

  1. Lipto says:

    The hunger for information is a universal constant.

    It’s why I’m here.

    WHAT that information consist of is why Major Media Resources are being… ‘adjusted’.

    They want to be ‘Pravda’.

    We want them to die, and be allowed to hear truth and make our own judgements.

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