Russian Terminator

Russian Terminator

Did you know that initially the terminator robot was built by Soviet soldiers during World War2. The construction operation was held on the secret army base, on the wooden table between Russian tanks. Even back there he already looked like Arnie.

Don’t believe? We have photo report from back then.


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via toyster.ru

37 thoughts on “Russian Terminator”

    • Hehehe, that Tiget tank with number 213 is actually a remote control made in China – I have the same one at home – its soo much fun to drive in snow or mud. Amazing series of pictures, too funny =)

  1. So after the war, Comrade Terminator will beat up a few Kulaks, then go to work on a collective farm and help fulfill the quotas of the current five year plan?

  2. I am impressed with the collection of the small doll accessories. they really bring the scenes to life! excellent work!

  3. Excellent work! Superb attention to detail! Kudos to all (people) who worked on this project!

    I enjoy visiting English-Russian because I believe that it is refreshingly honest and open-minded. Viewing and reading the entries (at English-Russian) reflects that we (Americans and Russians) are similar in many respects.

    To the owner/web master, “Thank you!” for your wonderful web site. It’s been a while since I visited–I must visit again soon.

    Dave Gardner
    Conyers, Georgia, USA

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