USSR Unfiltered

USSR Unfiltered

Real life in the Soviet Union back in the 1980s. Despite the fact that in the late Soviet years many people already had cameras, plain everyday life was not much photographed. Film shooting was expensive and time-consuming, and most people preferred to spend 24 or 36 stills on group photos or portraits. Although some professional photographers did photographed the social realm and now we can recollect those days as they truly were.

USSR Unfiltered

USSR Unfiltered

USSR Unfiltered

Square in Tula

USSR Unfiltered
“Communist party congress”

USSR Unfiltered

USSR Unfiltered

USSR Unfiltered

USSR Unfiltered

USSR Unfiltered

USSR Unfiltered

USSR Unfiltered

USSR Unfiltered

Grave of the soldier who was killed in Afghanistan

USSR Unfiltered

USSR Unfiltered

USSR Unfiltered

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  1. Looking at these photos is a reminder to me why my parents left for the U.S. before I was born. They were lucky to arrive in the U.S. with a job waiting for my father at a coal mine in Pennsylvania. He volunteered for fighting in WWII as he said it was safer than working in a coal mine.

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