5 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.

  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.

  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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