7 thoughts on “Being a Kid In the USSR”

  1. This was an area when telephones had cables attached. People were free then and not bound to social networks. It was a purely analog world.

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  2. I agree with Irbis. I have spent my childhood in USSR and I was quite happy. Communists thought about future and tried to make new generation as better as possible.

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    • Communists thought about future? In what respect? How to stay in power. Yes, that’s the only serious thinking about the future. Otherwise they lived from day to day just to make sure their cozy position is still there and what they only cared about. They were afraid of changes. As little change as possible that was what they wanted.
      And that you were happy as a child? Sure. There were kids happy even during the WWII. I grew up in one of your USSR satellite. And I was relatively happy too. Unfortunately for me I learned too early how much lies are in the bolsheviks ideology. But my child games? It was great. I cannot complain.

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  3. I dream of a time machine!
    I would travel to this time, maybe with the family of my childhood, to become familiar with the happyness and the sorrows of the children shown in these pictures.
    I confess that I grew up in a completely different world – but in parallel with the children shown. What an experience would it be to share their life – at least for some time.

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  4. 95%+ are white… majority of which are nordic. Im not preaching the destruction of any race. But the preservation of all. Including European decent… Russia may be the last hope…

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