End of 1940s and beginning of the 1950s is considered to be another “Golden Era” of the Soviet country. War is over, country was recovering fast and was rebuilding everything. Soviet people who lived at that time said they were experiencing nice feelings about future and were very optimistic. Some say that there was very big abundance. Let’s see how it looked like:
Moscow largest shop opened after reconstruction. First customers in perfume section, 1954.
Celebrating 800 years of Moscow. 1947.
Selling breads and bread products actively first year after the ration food marks were abolished. 1947.
New residential complexes built for GAZ auto factory workers.
Testing new car ZIS 110 in 1947.
New “Pobeda” (Victory) cars on a conveyor belt, 1947.
Pre-school teacher with kids.
Russian celebrity on TV, 1950.
“Young figure-skaters”. 1956.
At the kitchen, 1950s.
Black Caviar. “Everything for the people” 1950s.
Workers at rest, travelling on a cruise boat, enjoying music. 1950-1953.
Building ministry of foreign affairs building in Moscow, 1950-53.
Same building, young students who work day at the construction site and study in the evening school. 1951.
Pioneers in class, 1952.
Reconstruction of Moscow GUM mall, 1953.
Presenting new clothes for village workers, 1953.
Moscow University at night, 1953.
Family of a ZIL automotive factory workshop foreman. 1954.
Looking at shop windows, 1954.
“First meeting”, Leningrad maternity hospital 1950s.
Moscow city chief architect review plans of the future city construction.
Making “Kalinin Avenue” by devastating old buildings.
Woman welder on a construction site.
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