Due to some circumstances October brings to Russian mind memories of early and mid nineties. Let’s recollect what the country’s life was like that time.
Communist demonstration scuffles with the police and internal military forces. Moscow, May 1, 1993.
Boris Yeltsin visiting Germany. May 1994.
Gas spray guns are legalized in Russia. Moscow, Arbat, November 1992.
Baptismal service in a church. Ryazan, June 1994.
Arrest of a kidnapper, who held two people as hostages. Moscow, June 1994.
Fish sellers on one of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky markets. March 1993.
Arrested Alexander Rutzkoy being led out the White House. Moscow, October 5 1993.
Queue by a currency exchange office. Moscow, January 1994.
Artist Oleg Kulik pictures a dog in his art-performance. November 1994.
Arrest of crime suspects. Moscow, May, 1994.
Vladimir Zhirinovsky throwing stones and mud into Jewish students, who accused him of anti-Semitism. Russian Consulate in Strasbourg, April 11, 1994.
Soldiers after a V-Day march practice, taking a nap on a park bench. Moscow, May 6, 1994.
Fish seller. Moscow, January 1994.
Deputies Marychev and Bulgakova at the State Duma sitting. May 1995.
Vladislav Listyev’s (a famous television anchorman who was killed by unknown men) mother at his coffin. Moscow, March 3, 1995.
A lottery winner of a “Moskvich” car. November 1994.
Chechen militants leader Shamil Basaev at a Budennovsk hospital siege, Lune 19, 1995.
Artist Grigoriy Fyodorov painting on a dancer’s body for a night club’s opening. Moscow, April 1995.
Russian soldiers by a Chechen border. December 1994.
Film director Nikita Mikhalkov and his daughter Nadya holding the Oskar Award that he got for the movie “Burnt by the Sun”. USA, March 28, 1995.
Chechen militants by Achkha-Martan. December, 1994.
MMM investees’ Demonstration by an administration building. Moscow, August 1994.
Two retired teachers planting potatoes. A village by Pskov, May 1993.
A soldier kissing the Bible while taking the oath. Moscow, February 1995.
In Grozny Central Park. February 1995.
A wife carrying her drunk disabled husband. Semenkovo village in Moscow Region, 1995.
Moscow, New Arbat, January 1995.
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