9 Russian Themed iPhone Cases

Russian Themed iPhone Cases

If you find your old iPhone (or other cell phone) cases being too dull, and you want to spice up
your phone with something new, here are some ideas that might help you making a right choice.
Moon - great photo
11 Has Russia ever landed on the moon?

Has Russia ever landed on the moon?

There’s a lot of confusion as to whether Russia landed on the moon or not. A lot of people immediately assume that they've already landed on the
moon because their cosmonauts are almost as popular as the astronauts. Let's make it clear, we will take a look at some history facts...

5 MI-14 Russian Amphibious Helicopter that Could Carry Nuclear Bombs

MI-14 Russian Amphibious Helicopter that Could Carry Nuclear Bombs

Previously I even didn't know that such thing as amphibious helicopter exist at all. However, it seems that there is and a great example of this is a Russian (Soviet) amphibious helicopter MI-14 which could land on water, carry deep sea bombs and torpedoes and was used to hunt submarines. They say it was so powerful that in 1990s after USSR collapse America has
pressed Yeltsin administration to take this helicopter of production in Russia as it was a real danger to the NATO navy and so they stopped the production. However it has been announced that now the production of this machine is being resumed again, some twenty years after. So lets read on and see what this wonder aircraft was all about?

35 Unique Nuclear War Tank

Unique Nuclear War Tank

This tank can be considered a symbol of the nuclear war that never happened. Its construction is optimal for opposing to shock waves, four-crawler track undercarriage - to move in the conditions of a nuclear winter... Heavy tank
"Object 279" was unique and had no competitors. It had an unusual ellipsoidal shape protecting the tank from overturning if hit by a shock wave of a nuclear explosion. Let's have a closer look at the vehicle.

2 Unique Soviet Snow Mobile Zil E167

Unique Soviet Snow Mobile Zil E167

ZiL-E167 (1963) is an experimental wheeled cross-country vehicle designed for use in adverse weather conditions in impassable remote
areas of Siberia. ZiL was being developed under the lead of a woman, and this fact makes the project even more unique.

4 Moscow 1963 Photographed by Burt Glinn

Moscow 1963 Photographed by Burt Glinn

Burton Samuel Glinn was an American professional photographer who worked with Magnum Photos. He covered many significant
historic moments, including those he made in the USSR in 1963. You may see these pictures right now inside this post.

3 World War II: Rare Pictures

World War II: Rare Pictures

It's hard to imagine how photographers did their job during the war, but obviously they had to do it with a gun in their hands sometimes...Thanks to their
dedication and courage we can see the horrors of that war today. Here you can see rare photographs of life at the front and behind enemy lines.

10 From Brest to Berlin: Amazing Photo Project of Sergey Larenkov

From Brest to Berlin: Amazing Photo Project of Sergey Larenkov

Photographer Sergey Larenkov had been making these pictures for long six years. They depict cities ruined by WWII including those European hero-cities that were liberated from the fascism in bloody battles. There
are generally more than 1000 photos in the project, right now we are going to show you fifty of them. Well, let's travel back to 1941.. (in the image above are defenders of the Brest fortress).

3 Dry Law In Russia

Dry Law In Russia

Dry laws in Russia? Yes, they had some. Thirty years ago, on May 7, 1985 the authorities created a new law against drunkenness and moonshine making, the law turned out to be fateful... In 1914 they passed the dry law and .. the Russian
Empire collapsed... 1985 was the year of "the antialcoholic resolution" and the USSR fell down too. Stalin, by the way, looked back over earlier mistakes and never initiated dry laws. They do not work well in Russia.

14 The Battle of Berlin In Pictures

The Battle of Berlin In Pictures

The Battle of Berlin became the finale of the Berlin strategic offensive operation 1945 that resulted in the victory of the Red Army in the capital of Nazi Germany and completion of the Great
Patriotic War and World War II in Europe. The operation lasted from April 25 to May 2. Prior to the ending of the battle, Hitler and some of his supporters committed suicide.