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The Tu-95s were designed and built at the Tupolev Joint Stock Company aviation plant in Moscow. First flight of the Tu-95 was in 1954 and it entered service in 1956 as a replacement for the Tu-4, the Soviet Union’s reverse-engineered copy of the American B-29 bomber of World War Two. Each of the Bear’s eight four-blade propellers break the sound barrier as they turn, making the Tu-95 perhaps the loudest plane on the planet. Bears are so noisy, in fact, that they can be detected by U.S. underwater sonar sensors and submarines. Fighter pilots sent up to intercept Bears have reported that the planes’ unmistakeable drone can even be heard over the sound of their own jets.

1 month ago

A documentary on the leader of the USSR 1964-1982.

1 month, 1 week ago

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/For_Those_About_to_Rock:_Monsters_in_Moscow

Setlist:
Pantera:
0:06:16 Cowboys From Hell
0:10:27 Primal Concrete Sledge
0:14:13 Psycho Holiday

E.S.T.:
0:19:28 Bully

The Black Crowes:
0:24:50 Stare It Cold
0:30:28 Rainy Day Women #12 & 35

Metallica:
0:37:12 Enter Sandman
0:42:40 Creeping Death
0:50:27 Fade To Black

AC/DC:
0:59:50 Back In Black
1:03:58 Highway To Hell
1:07:38 Whole Lotta Rosie
1:12:07 For Those About to Rock (We Salute You)

1 month, 1 week ago

Full documentary. For those who WANT to learn. This is absolutely fascinating footage. Not as clear as the ISS with HD but an informative documentary none the less that is sure to piss off the flat Earth deep state agents. This was operated by the SOVIET UNION, NOT NASA. Small minds need not apply, comments will be moderated. Go take a physics course and stop wasting your time listening to CIA youtube disinfo channels such as eric dubay.

Cover photo high resolution here: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Mir_space_station_12_June_1998.jpg

Video found here at KnowledgeTV Retro:

https://youtu.be/UDtO1MYLbK4

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mir

"Mir (Russian: IPA: ˈmʲir; lit. 'peace' or 'world') was a space station that operated in low Earth orbit from 1986 to 2001, operated by the Soviet Union and later by Russia. Mir was the first modular space station and was assembled in orbit from 1986 to 1996. It had a greater mass than any previous spacecraft. At the time it was the largest artificial satellite in orbit, succeeded by the International Space Station (ISS) after Mir's orbit decayed. The station served as a microgravity research laboratory in which crews conducted experiments in biology, human biology, physics, astronomy, meteorology, and spacecraft systems with a goal of developing technologies required for permanent occupation of space.

Mir was the first continuously inhabited long-term research station in orbit and held the record for the longest continuous human presence in space at 3,644 days, until it was surpassed by the ISS on 23 October 2010.[13] It holds the record for the longest single human spaceflight, with Valeri Polyakov spending 437 days and 18 hours on the station between 1994 and 1995. Mir was occupied for a total of twelve and a half years out of its fifteen-year lifespan, having the capacity to support a resident crew of three, or larger crews for short visits.

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The station was launched as part of the Soviet Union's crewed spaceflight programme effort to maintain a long-term research outpost in space, and following the collapse of the USSR, was operated by the new Russian Federal Space Agency (RKA). As a result, most of the station's occupants were Soviet; through international collaborations such as the Intercosmos, Euromir and Shuttle–Mir programmes, the station was made accessible to space travellers from several Asian, European and North American nations. Mir was deorbited in March 2001 after funding was cut off. The cost of the Mir programme was estimated by former RKA General Director Yuri Koptev in 2001 as $4.2 billion over its lifetime (including development, assembly and orbital operation)."

This documentary like many others is however not without inaccuracies. Follow up interviews and presentations for more information:

The tech and hardware of how they are going off planet:

USAF CLASSIFIED BLACK BUDGET AIRCRAFT - SECRET SPACE PROGRAM MICHAEL SCHRATT - FEB 2017:

https://www.bitchute.com/video/CAMMdMNn0sER/

DR PAUL LAVIOLETTE - REVERSE ENGINEERING THE US'S SECRET AEROSPACE PROPULSION TECHNOLOGIES 2015:

https://www.bitchute.com/video/zGVpuTdElOJx/

Moon landing information here, yes we went to the moon and landed. Why they don't want to tell you:

WILLIAM TOMPKINS SELECTED BY EXTRATERRESTRIALS PART 1 OF 2 PROJECT CAMELOT KERRY CASSIDY 2016:

https://www.bitchute.com/video/hIoKh7ntw60I/

What the flat Earth psyop is trying to hide:

BOB LAZAR DOCUMENTARY AREA 51 S4 ADVANCED PROPULSION ET'S EXTRAORDINARY BELIEFS FILMS 2020:

https://www.bitchute.com/video/FUB9SQXOktkt/

ET EXTRATERRESTRIAL STRUCTURES ON THE MOON - SGT KARL WOLFE NOV 29 2013:

https://www.bitchute.com/video/CLVZIbvXxSTS/

Corroboration:

BILL COOPER- SECRET GOVERNMENT MJ-12 GREADA TREATY FULL LENGTH WHAT THE GOV DOESN'T WANT YOU TO KNOW:

https://www.bitchute.com/video/WNHFD8okr6Xd/

DO THE RESEARCH. "Pizzagate" does not end at Deep Underground Military Bases hence why the flat Earth psyop had to be created, to divert researchers to a dead end. This channel is NOT monetized, I don't want your money, I maintain this channel because I care. Yeah I know, amazing isn't it, a person who gives a shit about humanity and Earth. WOW!

2 months, 1 week ago

The story where 21 soviet people - adults, teenagers and children - give their live for cheap western bubblegum.
This tragedy took place in 1975 during hockey match in Moscow Sokolniki Sports Palace.

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Links to articles:
- Safin&Malyshev article from 2013
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- Recent video that includes interviews with survivors (in Russian) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=brS3U...
- Article that contains a short summary of the video with interviews
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- Article with stories about and by the victims
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Russian original: https://argumenti.ru/history/2020/03/...

In this video I discuss:
0:00​ - Intro and short summary
2:44 - Canadians and Wrigley's bubblegum
5:02 - Western goodies worship
7:29 - Sokolniki tragedy unfolding
11:19 - Negligence?
14:04 - Anti-Soviet sabotage?
15:20 - KGB involvement
16:58 - The rise of Soviet bubblegum
17:44 - Sokolniki rebuilt
18:09 - The truth comes out

2 months, 3 weeks ago

Anthem of glorious Soviet Union

4 months ago

You always need to remember how to live and how to be a representative of the LGBT community in a country where barbaric remnants of the past are still encountered at every step

4 months, 1 week ago

The story of Solidarity International Laboratory Home, also known as Psychoanalytic Kindergarten, how Nietzsche's Übermensch and Freud's psychoanalysis were cross-bred with Marxism in an attempt to breed a New Communist Man.

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In this video I discuss:
0:00​ - Intro
2:35 - Great minds of 19th century
4:25 - Übermensch by Nietzsche
7:42 - Sigmund Freud's psychoanalysis
13:54 - Soviet psychoanalysis
16:30 - Otto Schmidt
18:30 - Übermensch by Leon Trotsky
21:07 - Indoctrinating children
24:07 - Elite psychoanalytic orphanage
27:30 - New Communist People
29:40 - Raising children with healthy libido
34:54 - Teachers struggle
38:58 - Inspections and commissions
44:28 - Improprieties with Children
48:11 - Retaliation and Executions

If you are interested in my sources, the only book that was actually translated in English I can recommend is "Eros of the Impossible" by Alexander Etkind. It's quite pricey, but it has mountains of info about psychoanalysis in Russia, about early years of communist regime and many important people of that time. Other books I've read are mostly in Russian and I show them in the video. I don't think they were ever translated.

5 months ago

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Soviet infiltration, American agents, and Jewish Antifa with Bruder Christopher

5 months, 1 week ago

Director: Rozaliya Zelma
Writers: Vadim Klimovskiy (screenplay), Lev Tolstoy (story) (as Leo Tolstoy)
Star: Boris Chirkov

5 months, 2 weeks ago

Chunga-Changa, no better place, Chunga-Changa, no troubles to face. Chunga-Changa, one who'd been just once, Chunga-Changa, will not leave he us.

6 months, 3 weeks ago

Let's travel in time back when East Germany still existed and explore the artifacts and GDR culture.
For that reason, a visit to GDR museum in Berlin, Germany is a must.

For those who are interested to see how life is under Socialism... As you can see - not that great.

Originally Posted on my YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bvw8gjO8PCs

6 months, 3 weeks ago

Track 12 from the 1995 "Cult of the Holy War" release. Nationalist rock/metal from Canada.

7 months, 1 week ago

Track 10 from 1999 "Hate Train Rolling" release. Nationalist rock/metal from St. Paul, MN.

7 months, 4 weeks ago

Based on the folk tale about the unlucky never-ending courtship of the title characters (a male crane and a female heron, each changing their own minds)
The Heron and the Crane (Russian: Цапля и журавль, Tsaplya i zhuravl) is a 1974 10-minute [1] Soviet/Russian animated film directed by Yuri Norstein and produced by the Soyuzmultfilm

8 months ago

Animation directed by Rosalya Zelma
After Y. Bondaryev’s story “Clara” which tells us about the friendship of the artist with a speaking crow

8 months ago

Юрий Гуляев "Песня о тревожной молодости"

Год производства: 1979

Песня о тревожной молодости

Исполнитель: Гуляев Юрий

КЮрий Гуляев "Песня о тревожной молодости"
Yuri Gulyaev "Song of Anxious Youth"

Year of production: 1979

A song about anxious youth

Artist: Yuri Gulyaev

Kury Gulyaev "Song of Anxious Youth"

8 months, 1 week ago

Two comrades and soldiers of the Red Army, Andrei Nekrasov (O. Yankovsky) and Ivan Karyakin (R. Bykov) were sent by their regimental commander (A. Papanov) on a reconnaissance mission to film the White Army fortifications on the way into Crimea (Perekop). After filming, the engine on their airplane stalled and they were forced to land in unfriendly territory.

As the culmination of a series of misadventures, the friends were going to be executed as spies by their own side. The Colonel appears in time to stop the firing squad.

The second part of the film narrates the assault on Perekop and the Red Army invasion of the Crimea.

The film also features Vladimir Vysotsky as Brusentsov, a cynical and disillusioned officer in Wrangel's Army. He shot Nekrasov down at the end of the film. Karyakin hums his friend's favorite song - "The bullet whizzed and aha!..". Vysotsky's character later shot himself during the Evacuation to Constantinople.

The film's focus is the friendship between two decidedly different characters. Nekrasov is intelligent and war-weary, while Karyakin is simple-minded, yet idealistic and energetic.

8 months, 2 weeks ago

Directed by Dziga Vertov. A collection of short excerpts from newsreels and documentary films of Soviet life in the early 1920s made by Vertov and his "Kino-Eye" group.

8 months, 2 weeks ago

Part 2 of 7. At minute 11:00 I show my Hitler sign to an 87 year old veteran and he laughs it off. But the Jewish lady in video #3 is so self righteous she punches me in the head!

Part 1 and 2 are suspenseful because you know I am going to get punched out in part three and also we discuss strategy right in the video itself, about how we will show off our sign in front of the TV network cameras and how we attempted to break into the fenced off enclosure so we could parade around with the sign where people couldn't grab it beyond the fence. We obviously were having a lot of fun on Remembrance Day at the Victory Square cenotaph.

This seven part series is the whole Remembrance Day experience at three locations on Nov. 11th, 2020. In this whole video, with me is Tony, Barry, Emma Leigh, Heather, Michael and Donald Smith.

That's my Adolf Hitler pin I am wearing on my coat in the thumbnail photo. Credit for thumbnail photo to Emma Leigh.

This street demonstration is backed up by the evidence I published in a 44 minute video I made in 2017:
HUGE Cover up! Stalin's Two Year Mobilization Plan for European Conquest in 1941
https://www.bitchute.com/video/-RgF6mFenEI/?list=48mfbotClkvx&randomize=false

Historian Details Stalin's Two-Year 'Mobilization' Plan for European Conquest
https://www.ihr.org/jhr/v16/v16n6p28_Michaels.html

THIS IS A BIG DEAL. Few people realize that Adolf Hitler had no choice but to make a defensive first strike at the USSR. Stalin built up the hugest military in world history for two years, preparing to invade Germany and conquer ALL of western Europe. Hitler was a hero for saving Europe.

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8 months, 2 weeks ago

The story is set in the 13th century. The little mermaid sees a prince on a ship from a distance and falls in love with him. Other mermaids mesmerize the sailors into crashing their ship on to the rocks. The mermaid saves the prince from drowning and brings him to shore. A local princess notices the unconscious prince and rescues him. The mermaid wants to marry the prince and swims towards palace where the princess lives. One of the fishermen spots her and they all throw rocks at her. She hides for safety in the canal within the palace. A traveling handyman befriends her. He enlists the help of a local witch who demands her hair and sweet voice for transforming her tail into legs. The witch takes the mermaid's hair but does not take her voice. The traveling handyman contacts the prince who is recovering at the palace and tells him about the mermaid. By then, the mermaid is about to be burned at the stake by the people who had caught her. The prince saves the mermaid and the princess takes the mermaid in her care. The prince fights off a local challenger in a joust to marry the princess. But, the challenger stabs the prince in the back when he was not looking. Everyone abandons the prince now that he is dead. The mermaid begs the witch to revive the prince. The witch does so but warns her that if the prince does not marry the mermaid, she will die. The prince comes back alive but does not marry the mermaid. He marries the princess and the mermaid is destined to die on the same day. The traveling handyman challenges the prince to a fight and is killed. His sacrifice spares the mermaid from death and her soul becomes eternal.

8 months, 2 weeks ago

Repentance is set in a small Georgian town. The film starts with the scene of a woman preparing cakes. A man in a chair is reading from a newspaper that the town's mayor, Varlam Aravidze (Avtandil Makharadze) has died. One day after the funeral the corpse of the mayor turns up in the garden of his son's house. The corpse is reburied, only to reappear again in the garden. A woman, Ketevan Barateli (Zeinab Botsvadze), is eventually arrested and accused of digging up the corpse. She defends herself and states that Varlam does not deserve to be buried as he was responsible for a Stalin-like regime of terror responsible for the disappearance of her parents and her friends. She is put on trial and gives her testimony, with the story of Varlam's regime being told in flashbacks.

During the trial, Varlam's son Abel (Avtandil Makharadze) denies any wrongdoings by his father and his lawyer tries to get Ketevan declared insane. Varlam's grandson Tornike (Merab Ninidze) is shocked by the revelations about the crimes of his grandfather. He ultimately commits suicide. Abel himself then throws Varlam's corpse off a cliff on the outskirts of the town.

At the end, the film returns to the scene of the woman preparing a cake. An old woman is asking her at the window whether this is the road that leads to the church. The woman replies that the road is Varlam Street and will not lead to the temple. The old woman replies: "What good is a road if it doesn't lead to a church?"

8 months, 2 weeks ago

Repentance is set in a small Georgian town. The film starts with the scene of a woman preparing cakes. A man in a chair is reading from a newspaper that the town's mayor, Varlam Aravidze (Avtandil Makharadze) has died. One day after the funeral the corpse of the mayor turns up in the garden of his son's house. The corpse is reburied, only to reappear again in the garden. A woman, Ketevan Barateli (Zeinab Botsvadze), is eventually arrested and accused of digging up the corpse. She defends herself and states that Varlam does not deserve to be buried as he was responsible for a Stalin-like regime of terror responsible for the disappearance of her parents and her friends. She is put on trial and gives her testimony, with the story of Varlam's regime being told in flashbacks.

During the trial, Varlam's son Abel (Avtandil Makharadze) denies any wrongdoings by his father and his lawyer tries to get Ketevan declared insane. Varlam's grandson Tornike (Merab Ninidze) is shocked by the revelations about the crimes of his grandfather. He ultimately commits suicide. Abel himself then throws Varlam's corpse off a cliff on the outskirts of the town.

At the end, the film returns to the scene of the woman preparing a cake. An old woman is asking her at the window whether this is the road that leads to the church. The woman replies that the road is Varlam Street and will not lead to the temple. The old woman replies: "What good is a road if it doesn't lead to a church?"

8 months, 2 weeks ago

Brutal Drawings from the Gulags in USSR.

8 months, 2 weeks ago

A soldier called Filimonov lost his memory due to shell shock during the Russian Civil War. In 1928 he sees a woman in a passing train, and suddenly remembers his own history. He decides to leave for his hometown, St. Petersburg, now renamed to Leningrad. He is confused by the rapid changes in modern Leningrad and gets a job at his old workplace, where he slowly realises what it means that peasants are now in charge of the factory. His co-workers find the new address of his wife and send him there. Filimonov is confronted by the fact that his wife is now married to a Soviet apparatchik who treats her badly. In the final scene, Filimonov breaks the fourth wall and declares to the audience that there is still a lot of work to be done.

9 months, 1 week ago

‘Kino-Circus’ (also called Cinema Circus) is the most inspired of the anti-fascist war propaganda cartoons made in the Soviet Union.

The short is called ‘a cartoon satire in three acts’ and features a Charlie Chaplin-like character, who introduces us to three staged satires, all featuring Adolf Hitler:

In the first, ‘Adolf the dog trainer and his pooches’, Hitler throws a bone at his three dogs, Benito Mussolini, Miklós Horthy and Ion Antonescu, the leaders of his allies Italy, Hungary and Romania, respectively.

In the second, ‘Hitler visits Napoleon’, Hitler asks Napoleon’s tomb for advice, but the deceased drags him into the tomb. It’s the most prophetic of the three, for indeed both Napoleon and Hitler were defeated in Russia.

In the third, ‘Adolf the juggler on powder kegs’, Hitler juggles with several burning torches on a pile of powder-barrels, representing the countries he has occupied. When he accidentally drops one of the torches, the barrels explode. The animation is particularly silly in this sequence and a delight to watch.

After the grim political posters from 1941, ‘Kino-Circus’ is more lighthearted. The film ridicules Hitler more than it makes him threatening. Quite surprising since in1942 Nazi Germany was still a serious threat to the Soviet Union: Leningrad suffered under a long siege, and the Soviet Union had only just begun its counter-attack.

Interestingly, both directors of ‘Kino-Circus’ later became famous for their sweet fairy tale films.

9 months, 1 week ago

Documentary about the life of a soviet citizen in USSR, part 3 - PRIMARY SCHOOL
Let's talk about soviet school, books, cartoons, playgrounds and the first stage of the Communist Youth Organisations - the Little Octobrists.

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In this part I discuss:
0:00 - Intro
0:40 - Preparing for school (uniform and stationary)
6:09 - The School Lineup ceremony + real video from the 80ies
9:44 - School books and Bukvar (Букварь)
11:26 - Soviet creepy designs (playgrounds, cartoons, movies, books)
17:00 - Primary school curriculum
17:59 - Primary school hardships
20:05 - The Little Octobrists
21:06 - Young Pioneers vs Boy Scouts
21:33 - Little Octobrists values
24:20 - Little Octobrists induction ceremony and duties

This is a life story of a simple Soviet Citizen, from birth to death.
I myself was born in USSR in 1976. In this documentary I talk about the life in USSR in 1970 - 1995. By then socialism was deeply rooted in everything that surrounded us. We knew no other reality than what the socialist propaganda told us.

9 months, 2 weeks ago

Cheburashka is an iconic Russian classic cartoon character who later became a popular character in Russian jokes (along with his friend, Gena the Crocodile). According to the creator of the character, Eduard Uspensky (1965), Cheburashka is an "animal unknown to science", with large monkey-like ears and a body resembling that of a cub, who lives in a tropical forest. He accidentally gets into a crate of oranges, eats his fill, and falls asleep. The crate is eventually delivered to a grocery store in an unnamed Russian city (hinted to be Moscow), where the rest of the main story unfolds.[5]

The puzzled store manager finds the creature in the crate when he opens it, and takes him out and sits him on the table. The creature's paws are numb after staying in the crate for so long, and he tumbles down ("чебурахнулся" cheburakhnulsya, a Russian colloquialism meaning "tumbled") from the table, onto the chair, and then onto the floor. This inspires the store manager to name the little creature "Cheburashka". Words with this root were archaic in Russian; Uspensky gave them a new lease on life.

10 months ago

Volga-Volga (Russian: Волга-Волга) is a Soviet musical comedy directed by Grigori Aleksandrov, released on April 24, 1938. It centres on a group of amateur performers on their way to Moscow to perform in a talent contest called the Moscow Musical Olympiad. Most of the action takes place on a steamboat travelling on the Volga River. The lead roles were played by Alexandrov's wife, Lyubov Orlova, and Igor Ilyinsky.

10 months ago

The plot — the conflict between the Komsomol, advanced collective farmer Fyodor and his young wife's parents, ardent opponents of the collective farm. A young woman caught between two fires: passionately loved one and family. Not daring to contradict the parent's will, she at first did not find the strength to leave behind her husband from home.

10 months ago

In this film, the mother of Pavel Vlasov is drawn into the revolutionary conflict when her husband and son find themselves on opposite sides during a workers' strike. After her husband dies during the failed strike, she betrays her son's ideology in order to try, in vain, to save his life. He is arrested, tried in what amounts to a judicial farce, and sentenced to heavy labor in a prison camp. During his incarceration, his mother aligns herself with him and his ideology and joins the revolutionaries. In the climax of the movie, the mother and hundreds of others march to the prison in order to free the prisoners, who are aware of the plan and have planned their escape. Ultimately, the troops of the Tsar suppress the uprising, killing both mother and son in the final scenes.

10 months ago

While digging in the mine Unpromising in Yakutia an unprecedentedly large diamond was found. It is christened as the Savior of Russia. Officials proclaim that the sale of the diamond could pay for every Russian citizen to take a three-year-long vacation at the Canary Islands.

When the diamond is being transported to Moscow (by Antonov An-124 Ruslan)[1] it is stolen by the crime boss Kozulskiy (Armen Dzhigarkhanyan), who is then robbed by professional thief Vasiliy Krolikov (Valeri Garkalin).

For the remainder of the film, the plot revolves around Krolikov and his two other identical Multiple birth brothers. Krolikov is pursued by Kozulskiy's mafia and two Militsiya officers - Jean-Paul Piskunov (Igor Ugolnikov) and an unnamed lieutenant (Sergey Batalov). At the end of the film Vasiliy discovers that there is a fourth brother, making all characters played by Garkalin at least quadruplets.

10 months ago

In the early 20th Century, Russian Czar Nicholas II (Ian McKellen) and his wife, Czarina Alexandra (Greta Scacchi), bring crazed monk Rasputin (Alan Rickman) into their royal court, believing he can heal their gravely ill son. But despite claiming a special connection with God, Rasputin also exhibits volatile and nefarious behavior, which threatens to corrupt the royal family from within. Meanwhile, the political situation outside the palace walls becomes increasingly tumultuous.

10 months, 1 week ago

During the Second World War, 22,000 polish prisoner were killed by the Soviet Union. Many of their mass graves were found in the Katyn forest. For decades, the Soviets blamed the Nazis for the massacres, but in 1990, Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev declassified some secret files concerning the Katyn executions and handed the documents over to Poland. As it turns out they had been killed (most of them with a single shot to the back of the head) by the Soviet's NKVD.

LEARN MORE:
THE SOVIET ART OF BRAINWASHING: PSYCHOPOLITICS AND THE SUPPRESSION OF MAN AND CIVILIZATION by Kenneth Goff: http://www.colchestercollection.com/titles/S/soviet-art-of-brainwashing.html
ICEBREAKER: WHO STARTED THE SECOND WORLD WAR? by Viktor Suvorov: http://www.colchestercollection.com/titles/I/icebreaker.html
JEWISH RUN CONCENTRATION CAMPS IN THE SOVIET UNION by Heman Greife: http://www.colchestercollection.com/titles/J/jewish-run-concentration-camps.html
Real History books: http://www.colchestercollection.com/subjects/history.html
"Holocaust" books: http://www.colchestercollection.com/subjects.html

10 months, 1 week ago

November 7, 1941 at 8 a.m. on the Red Square in Moscow began a military parade on the occasion of the 24th anniversary of the October Revolution. A parade was held during the Battle of Moscow, when the front line was a few dozen kilometers from the city.

With the enemies at the gates, in an incredible show of normalcy, the annual October Revolution parade on Red Square still took place. Usually the Minister of Defense would deliver the commemoration speech on Red Square, however with the situation in the country dire, and the Soviet people fighting for their very survival, Joseph Stalin gives the speech to rally the troops in 1941. After this parade there would be no parades again on Red Square until 1 May 1945.

Stalin's speech at the parade November 7, 1941 (1941) documentary

Genre: Documentary
Production Co.: Tsentralnaya Studiya Dokumentalnikh Filmov (TsSDF)

Director: Leonid Varlamov
Cinematografy by Mark Troyanovsky, Ivan Belyakov

10 months, 2 weeks ago

Set in the old USSR, in 1986 near Kiev, the Chernobyl Nuclear Reactor explodes.

10 months, 2 weeks ago

Documentary about the life of a soviet citizen in USSR, part 2 - KINDERGARTENS
An average soviet child's experience with kindergartens wasn't perfect to say the least. Let's talk about bad food, punishments and other sorts of abuse. Also, was kindergarten really free of charge?

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In this part I discuss:
0:00 - Intro
0:32 - Soviet elites vs simple people
4:10 - Types of soviet nurseries and kindergartens
5:47 - Liberation of women or communist enslavement?
9:40 - Were kindergartens really free of charge?
10:25 - Soviet kindergarten problems
12:15 - Kindergarten food: why was it so bad?
16:57 - Mental abuse of children
18:34 - Physical abuse, group and sexual shaming
23:38 - Why was nobody prosecuted?
26:20 - Lack of privacy
28:24 - Why some ex-soviet people remember USSR so fondly?

New York Times article from 1974 https://nyti.ms/2GWdufs

I myself was born in USSR in 1976. In this documentary I talk about the life in USSR in 1970 - 1995. By then socialism was deeply rooted in everything that surrounded us. We knew no other reality than what the socialist propaganda told us.

10 months, 3 weeks ago

This film was produced in 1990 and deals with Christian persecution under the Soviet regime

10 months, 3 weeks ago

The film takes place in the 1950s in a small working village, where the graduate of a pedagogical institute Tatiana Levchenko (Nina Ivanova) arrives. In the city department of education she receives a referral to an evening school. She is to teach the Russian language and literature at the school for the working youth.

Nikolay Krushenkov (Gennadi Yukhtin), an old friend of Tatiana and an engineer of a metallurgical plant, helps Tanya rent a room and get acquainted with future students. At school Tatiana Sergeyevna becomes a form teacher of the eighth grade, in which Alexander Savchenko (Nikolai Rybnikov), a smelter, udarnik, joker and the favorite of factory girls is enrolled. Sasha immediately falls in love with the new teacher and in order to attract her attention he persists in talking and flirting with her even during the lessons.

However, Tatiana ignores his signs of attention. Sasha, accustomed to easy victories, is surprised by the girl's behavior, and his interest soon turns into resentment. Feeling hurt, Savchenko decides that the educated and intelligent Tatiana is contemptuous of him, a simple boy, a worker-steelmaker who has only completed seven grades, and that she considers him unworthy of her attention. In addition, he mistakes Tetyana's friendship with Krushenkov for a romantic relationship. Resentful and jealous, Alexander drops out of school and tries to forget Tatiana, but soon realizes that he really loves her.

11 months ago

Nadya Klyueva, a very nice employee of one research institute cannot arrange her personal life. She is more than thirty years old, yet still unmarried. She occasionally meets her former schoolmate Susanna in a bus. After that Nadya's life begins to change. Susanna is a professional sociologist and gives Nadya practical advice on how to change her behavior and clothing to get married successfully. The object of Nadya's courtship is her colleague Volodya, frivolous "Don Juan". But soon Nadya realizes that her happiness and love that she sought through a variety of tricks and efforts is just nearby

11 months ago

Monsieur Z: What If The USSR Abandoned Communism? | Alternate History

What if the Soviet Union had abandoned Communism under Mikhail Gorbachev, became more of a Democracy, reformed it's economy by adopting more Capitalist policies like China, allowing it to never collapse, and gradually, reunite the lands which Russia had lost when the USSR fell in our timeline, maintaining Greater Russia's place in Eurasia?
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#AlternateHistory #MonsieurZ #Russia

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQR_kmeb0lBEk1Zj_9LWDHA

11 months ago

Documentary about the life of a soviet citizen in USSR, part 1 - BIRTH
Welcome to the world, little Soviet Human! You had a special type of luck to be born in USSR.
Let's talk about your first days on Earth - soviet maternity hospitals, separation from the mother, fabric nappies and dry milk mixes.

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In this part I discuss:
0:00 - Intro
0:26 - About this documentary
1:44 - Maternity hospitals
3:08 - Hospital admission
3:30 - Childbirth and abuse
4:56 - The newborn and baby ward
7:11 - Breastfeeding and dairy kitchens
10:28 - Diapers and laundry
11:41 - Weaning the baby and first food
12:27 - Could a soviet woman be a stay at home mom?

Watch the whole documentary here https://bit.ly/3hPpqx8

Link to the Abuse at Childbirth hashtag stories (#насилие_в_родах):
https://vk.com/humanize_birth (in Russian)

11 months ago

Hello! My name is Katerina, I was born in 1976 in USSR.

In 1993 after the collapse of USSR my family immigrated. We were ready to work hard and we hoped never to hear the words "socialism" and "communism" ever again.

Sadly, the interest for socialism and communism has grown so much, I cannot keep silent anymore. With my videos I hope to convince those who are willing to listen, that socialism is a very bad idea.

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11 months ago

Rasputin: Dark Servant of Destiny is a 1996 biographical historical drama television film which chronicles the last four years (1912–16) of Grigori Rasputin's stint as a healer to Alexei Nikolaevich, Tsarevich of Russia; the heir apparent to the Russian throne as well as the only son of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia and Empress Alexandra Feodorovna; who suffered from hemophilia. The film is narrated in the first person by Alexei.

11 months, 1 week ago

Devchata is a romantic comedy set in an isolated Russian logging camp, in the late 1950s. A pig-tailed young girl, Tosya, arrives from school with a cooking degree, and joins a group of other women who work in jobs supporting the loggers. Tosya's naivete is reflected in the first exchange we see, where the official who shows her to her quarters seems exasperated when he finds that she has not brought a pillow. Tosya is assigned as a cook for the camp.

Once in her dorm-like room, she cheerfully prepares herself a meal of tea and a giant loaf of bread slathered with jam; all of it from her roommates' food stockpile. When the four other girls return after a day at work, they are generally taken by Tosya's youth and good nature. However, one woman is upset that she is eating her food without permission, and a fight ensues.

It is in this scene that we first see another characteristic of Tosya: her fierceness. When the dorm-mate makes some rude comments, Tosya throws a boot at her head without hesitation. This trait is also exhibited a short time later, when Tosya enters the dance hall (the girls call it the "club"). At first, no one will dance with her (probably because she is so short), but eventually she begins to dance with another very tall girl who is also passed up by several young men.

Meanwhile, two groups of loggers engage in a friendly dispute (one has just lost their position as the most productive in the camp, and their portraits are being taken down from a "wall of honor" by an official, who replaces them with pictures of the rival group). They leaders of the two groups play checkers, and in order to concentrate, Ilya (their leader of the group who has just been honored with their portraits being hung on the wall) calls out for the music to be turned off. A very tall and imposing companion carries out his order. However, Tosya, who is now enjoying her dance, marches over to the phonograph and puts the music back on. Ilya calls for the music to be turned back off, and Tosya, to the amusement of the onlookers, seems prepared to fight this giant in order to keep the music playing.[3][4]

Impressed by Tosya's tenacity, Ilya approaches her and asks her to dance. After telling him to first throw away his cigarette and take off his hat, she proclaims that she doesn't want to dance with "your type."

Following this episode, and stinging from humiliation, Ilya bets with Filya, the leader of the rival group, that within a week he can win Tosya's heart. The winner gets the other's hat. Ilya and his gang quickly make a plan (they will first insult Tosya's cooking to break her down). Despite ill-treatment (the gang dramatically throws Tosya's stew into the snow, proclaiming it to be inedible, and bringing her to tears), Tosya carries some mushroom soup to the men a few days later to their work-site in the forest. The starving men can no longer resist, and Ilya and Tosya begin to show some real affection for one another.

It is a pure joy to watch Tosya fall in love with Ilya, and her simple celebrations (victory dances in her pajamas after a particularly enjoyable walk home, bright eyes and smiles, singing), are a perfect evocation of puppy love in a young girl's heart. We also learn that Tosya is an orphan and that Ilya is interested in exploring ways to increase the productivity of the logging operation through new techniques and technologies.

One night, Tosya's nasty dorm-mate reveals to the other girls the bet that Ilya has made, and there is a debate over whether to break the news to Tosya. The other girls want to keep Tosya's faith in men and love alive. When Ilya asks Tosya to a big dance, however, the girls decide that they must tell her the truth. It is a heartbreaking scene, especially when Tosya asks quietly, "And the bet was just for a hat?" Within minutes her despair turns to indignation, and she marches off to the dance. When they reach the dance, after she calls over Filya, she asks him point blank whether there was any bet, and when he sheepishly admits that there was, she grabs Filya's hat and shoves it into Ilya's hands. She then runs out into the night (without a coat) and sobs behind a wood pile as Ilya searches for her and calls out her name.

In the weeks that follow, Ilya attempts to convince her that the bet was just a stupid prank, that he is sorry, and that he really does love her. But Tosya will not be easily swayed. She is too hurt to trust, and the rest of the movie has the audience rooting for a reunion, although Tosya seems completely unwilling to forgive.[4]

Eventually, though, during a scene in which the entire camp is pitching in to build a newly married couple their own house, Tosya and Ilya find themselves in an attic, each with a box of nails. This simple moment leads to their reconciliation, and we leave them snuggling outside on a log, flirtatiously exploring a first kiss and talking about their future.

11 months, 1 week ago

The boss of a black market ring (known only as "The Chief") wants to smuggle a batch of jewelry from a foreign state into the Soviet Union by hiding it inside the orthopedic cast of a courier. The Chief sends a minor henchman named Gennadiy 'Gesha' Kozodoyev (played by Mironov) to serve as the courier. Kozodoyev travels to Turkey via a tourist cruise ship. The local co-conspirators do not know what the courier looks like; they only know that he is supposed to say a code word to identify himself. Due to a mix-up, they mistake Kozodoyev's fellow passenger from the cruise ship, the "ordinary Soviet citizen" Semyon Gorbunkov (played by Nikulin) for the courier. They place a cast around his arm and put the contraband jewels inside the cast. Upon the cruise ship's return to the Soviet Union, Gorbunkov lets the police know what happened, and the police captain, who is working undercover as a taxi driver, uses Gorbunkov as bait to catch the criminals. Gesha and Lyolik (another of Chief's henchmen, played by Papanov) attempt to lure Gorbunkov into situations where they can quietly, without a wetwork, remove the cast and reclaim the contraband jewels.

On one such occasion, Gesha invites Gorbunkov to a fancy restaurant with the intention of getting Gorbunkov drunk enough for Lyolik to subdue him. However, both Gesha and Gorbunkov become drunk and Gorbunkov is taken home by the police after he and Gesha cause a scene. Gorbunkov's wife begins to suspect either that he has been recruited by foreign intelligence after finding a large amount of money and a gun loaded with blanks in Gorbunkov's possession (previously given to him by the police), or that he is having an affair. Gorbunkov explains that he is working with the Soviet police on a secret mission, but cannot divulge any details. The Chief sends Anna Sergeyevna, a female operative, to help retrieve the cast. Sergeyevna invites Gorbunkov to her hotel room under the pretense of wanting to sell Gorbunkov a gown and spikes his drink with a sleeping pill. As Gorbunkov is about to pass out, his building's nosy superintendent who had followed Gorbunkov brings his wife into the hotel room before either Lyolik or the police can get to him.

Gorbunkov awakens the next morning to find that his wife has assumed that his story was all a cover up for an affair, and has left with the children. The police in the meantime have deduced that Gesha is involved with the smuggling scheme surrounding the cast, and ask Gorbunkov to mention to Gesha that he is planning to travel to another city and will have his cast removed there. Gesha reports this to the Chief, who sends Lyolik disguised as a taxi driver to pick up Gorbunkov. Gorbunkov assumes that Lyolik is also an undercover policeman, and gives away the fact that he has been in contact with the police the entire time. Lyolik plays along and tells Gorbunkov that he has been authorized to remove the cast a day early at a safehouse along the way to Dubrovka. As Lyolik is about to remove the cast, Gorbunkov deduces that Lyolik is actually a criminal and attempts to escape. Lyolik and Gesha chase Gorbunkov and with the help of the Chief himself, they capture Gorbunkov. Upon removing Gorbunkov's cast, they realize that the police had removed the diamonds in the cast a long time ago. The criminals kidnap Gorbunkov and attempt to flee as the police track them down in a helicopter and capture them. Gorbunkov is reunited with his family, with the police having explained the situation to his wife. Gorbunkov goes on vacation with his family, albeit now with a broken leg as a result of the kidnapping.

11 months, 1 week ago

Music: V. Beliy Lyrics: A. Shvedov
Performed by Big Children's Choir
Soloist: Sasha Yudenkov

The Russian text:
Орлёнок, орлёнок, взлети выше солнца
И степи с высот огляди!
Навеки умолкли весёлые хлопцы,
В живых я остался один.

Орлёнок, орлёнок, блесни опереньем,
Собою затми белый свет.
Не хочется думать о смерти, поверь мне,
В шестнадцать мальчишеских лет.

Орлёнок, орлёнок, гремучей гранатой
От сопки врагов отмело.
Меня называли орлёнком в отряде,
Враги называли орлом.

Орлёнок, орлёнок, мой верный товарищ,
Ты видишь, что я уцелел.
Лети на станицу, родимой расскажешь,
Как сына вели на расстрел.

Орлёнок, орлёнок, товарищ крылатый,
Ковыльные степи в огне.
На помощь спешат комсомольцы-орлята -
И жизнь возвратится ко мне.

Орлёнок, орлёнок, идут эшелоны,
Победа борьбой решена.
У власти орлиной орлят миллионы,
И нами гордится страна.

11 months, 1 week ago

Test clean hydrogen bomb capacity of 50 million tonnes // Test of a clean hydrogen bomb with a yield of 50 megatons

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nbC7BxXtOlo&feature=youtu.be

11 months, 1 week ago

This is the memorial and funeral of Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev, in Moscow 15 November 1982. Leonid Brezhnev was leader of the Soviet Union longer than any person besides Joseph Stalin. He lead the nation from 1963 until his death in 1982. Brezhnev's legacy includes overseeing the most stable period of the country's history of the 20th century. However it was also a time when corruption began to take root within the CPSU and the nation's economy began to stagnate by the mid 1970s. But perhaps Brezhnev's most lasting legacy is making Victory Day (9 may) a national holiday once more in 1965 (the occasion was celebrated in 1946 and 1947, but was cancelled in 1948 by order of Stalin). This holiday would go on to become Russia's most important national holiday today. Brezhnev was also the last Soviet leader to know of the Great Patriotic War not from a book, but through experience.
The film shows Katerina, with tears in her eyes, setting her alarm clock in the dormitory room she shares with her daughter, Aleksandra (subsequently played as a grown young woman by Natalya Vavilova). The film then takes a 20-year leap forward in time to 1979. Katerina is shown waking up to the sound of an alarm clock in her own apartment. She is still single, but she has gone from being a down on her luck student to becoming the executive director of a large factory. She has a lover, an older married man named Vladimir (Oleg Tabakov), but she leaves him after he shows himself to be cowardly and disrespectful. Despite her successful career, Katerina is unfulfilled and weighed down by a deep sadness. She is still close friends with Lyudmila and Antonina. By this time Sergei has quit playing hockey and become an alcoholic, having divorced Lyudmila, who is working at a laundry. Antonina is happily married and has three children.

One evening, when Katerina is returning home from Antonina's dacha in the countryside on an elektrichka, she meets a man, Gosha (Aleksey Batalov), who starts a dialogue with her. She sees his shabby boots and dismisses him at first, but the dialogue continues. Soon afterward they start seeing each other. Gosha is an intelligent tool-and-die maker who believes that a woman must not make more money than her husband, so Katerina doesn't tell him about her position. As their romance begins, Rodion unexpectedly reenters Katerina's life when he is assigned to film an interview with her to do a report on her factory's success at exceeding its production quota. At first, he does not recognize Katerina, but when he does, he wants to meet his daughter. Katerina tells him that she does not want to see him again. Nonetheless, Rodion shows up uninvited at her apartment when Katerina is having dinner with Gosha and Aleksandra. Rodion tells Gosha and Aleksandra about the interview, and Gosha finds out that Katerina is a factory director. His pride is hurt not only because of Katerina's high position and large salary, but also because she has deceived and offended him before, and he leaves the apartment. Unable to stop him, Katerina is upset with Rodion. She reveals to Aleksandra that Rodion is, in fact, her father.

Gosha disappears from Katerina's life. She becomes frantic. Lyudmila, Antonina, and Nikolai come to her apartment to comfort her. Nikolai gathers what little information Katerina knows about Gosha and sets out to find him. Gosha has been binge-drinking at home for days, and Nikolai, during a "men's talk" over vodka, defends Katerina and convinces Gosha to return.

Sobered up Gosha brings drunk Nikolai to Katerina's flat and asks for a dinner. As he eats, Katerina watches him, saying "I have been looking for you for so long". Gosha replies that it's been only a few days, to which Katerina repeats, with tears in her eyes, "I have been looking for you for so long...".

11 months, 1 week ago

Two gentlemen of fortune from the times of Imperial Russia are looking for an uncountable treasure at the dawn of the Soviet Union age.

11 months, 1 week ago

The film "Communist" takes place in 1919. Young Communist Vasily Gubanov came to the construction of the power plant-the most important object for the young Republic. A demobilized Communist front-line soldier Vasily Gubanov was in charge of the warehouse at the construction site of the power plant in Shatura and gave his work completely, from the outside it even seemed that such zeal in hard work was beyond human capabilities. And if the locomotive stopped because of lack of fuel, Vasily Gubanov one rushed to cut down the wood. And also, with full dedication, fiercely and selflessly, Vasily Gubanov knew how to love. But the Communist's life ended too soon.

11 months, 1 week ago

A series of eccentric comedies, where the protagonist, a student named Shurik, either reforms an idler on a construction site, or frantically prepares for an exam with his friend without noticing the friend is a girl. He also catches three burglars without help when they decide to rob a warehouse.

11 months, 2 weeks ago

Upon Prince Myshkin's return to St. Petersburg from an asylum in Switzerland, he becomes beguiled by the lovely young Aglaya, daughter of a wealthy father. But his deepest emotion is for the wanton, Nastasia. The choices all are forced to make lead to great tragedy.

11 months, 2 weeks ago

Lyrics
I was just a hobby for you
It was another victory.
But only yesterday I knew without a doubt
That there is no love, but only a game.
And I let you into my soul,
I didn't know how to call you more tender.
Now you just listen to me
I want to tell you so.
And I don't cry and I don't suffer!
Do not console me, there is no resentment in my soul.
I'm a stranger, a stranger to you
And just say goodbye to you in return.
And I don't cry and I don't suffer!
Do not console me, there is no resentment in my soul.
I'm a stranger, a stranger to you
And just say goodbye to you in return.
You were very generous with words of love.
You gave me a smile every day.
You turned my head skillfully.
Forever I love you often said.
And I was still obedient yesterday,
And I let me play with me.
Now shut up and just listen
I want to tell you so.
And I don't cry and I don't suffer!
Do not console me, there is no resentment in my soul.
I'm a stranger, a stranger to you
And just say goodbye to you in return.
And I don't cry and I don't suffer!
Do not console me, there is no resentment in my soul.
I'm a stranger, a stranger to you
And just say goodbye to you in return.
And I don't cry and I don't suffer!
Do not console me, there is no resentment in my soul.
I'm a stranger, a stranger to you
And just say goodbye to you in return.
And I don't cry and I don't suffer!
Do not console me, there is no resentment in my soul.
I'm a stranger, a stranger to you
And just say goodbye to you in return.

Russian Lyrics
Я для тебя была лишь увлеченьем,
Очередной победою была.
Но лишь вчера узнала без сомнения,
Что нет любви, а только лишь игра.
А я тебя пустила в свою душу,
Не знала, как нежней тебя назвать.
Теперь меня ты только слушай,
Я так хочу тебе сказать.
А я не плачу и не страдаю!
Не утешай, в душе обиды нет.
Ведь я чужая, тебе чужая
И лишь прощай скажу тебе в ответ.
А я не плачу и не страдаю!
Не утешай, в душе обиды нет.
Ведь я чужая, тебе чужая
И лишь прощай скажу тебе в ответ.
Ты на слова любви был очень щедрым.
Ты каждый день улыбку мне дарил.
Ты закружил мне голову умело.
Навек люблю ты часто говорил.
И я была вчера еще послушной,
И позволяла я с собой играть.
Теперь молчи и только слушай,
Я так хочу тебе сказать.
А я не плачу и не страдаю!
Не утешай, в душе обиды нет.
Ведь я чужая, тебе чужая
И лишь прощай скажу тебе в ответ.
А я не плачу и не страдаю!
Не утешай, в душе обиды нет.
Ведь я чужая, тебе чужая
И лишь прощай скажу тебе в ответ.
А я не плачу и не страдаю!
Не утешай, в душе обиды нет.
Ведь я чужая, тебе чужая
И лишь прощай скажу тебе в ответ.
А я не плачу и не страдаю!
Не утешай, в душе обиды нет.
Ведь я чужая, тебе чужая
И лишь прощай скажу тебе в ответ.

11 months, 2 weeks ago

The revolutionaries who toppled the Tsar in 1917 thought science held the key to their new world. In fact, it ended up creating a bewildering world for millions of Soviet people. In this light-hearted investigation, one industrial planner tells how she decided the people wanted platform shoes, only to discover that they had gone out of fashion by the time that the factory to manufacture them
had been built.

11 months, 3 weeks ago

Nur Mohammad Taraki comes to power in Afghanistan and attempts to modernise the country on Marxist-Leninist lines, provoking a rebellion from more traditional power brokers in the country. The Soviets are initially reluctant to intervene militarily, but respond after Taraki is violently replaced by Hafizullah Amin who is considered to be destabilising influence. The Soviets invade Afghanistan, and soon find themselves unprepared facing a hostile army of mujahideen insurgents, secretly armed by the Americans who see the war as an opportunity to wear down the Soviet Union. To achieve mobility in Afghanistan's rugged terrain the Soviet Union uses helicopters, but are thwarted by Stinger missiles. Atrocities are committed by Soviet and mujahideen forces. Eventually Soviet forces would leave Afghanistan under the terms of the Geneva Accords, but bloodshed would continue with rival mujahideen forces fighting each other. Interviewees include Caspar Weinberger, Artyom Borovik and Zbigniew Brzezinski. The pre-credits scene shows a battle in progress and presents the views of the superpowers – the Soviet Union did not want to lose face by being defeated in a proxy war.

11 months, 3 weeks ago

Lenin in October (Russian: Ленин в Октябре, romanized: Lenin v oktyabre) is a 1937 Soviet biographical drama film directed by Mikhail Romm and Dmitriy Vasilev and starring Boris Shchukin, Nikolai Okhlopkov and Vasili Vanin.[1] Made as a Soviet-realist propaganda work by the GOSKINO at the Mosfilm studio, it portrays the activities of Lenin at the time of the October Revolution. Josef Stalin was given a more prominent role in the film than he actually played in real life events of the time; after his death, all his scenes were expunged from the film for its reissue in 1958.

The film's art direction was by Boris Dubrovsky-Eshke and Nikolai Solovyov.

11 months, 3 weeks ago

A large-scale view on the events of 1917 in Russia, when the monarchy was overthrown.
It is mostly a silent film. I can't get the English Subtitle to work.

11 months, 3 weeks ago

In the midst of the Russian Revolution of 1905, the crew of the battleship Potemkin mutiny against the brutal, tyrannical regime of the vessel's officers. The resulting street demonstration in Odessa brings on a police massacre.

11 months, 3 weeks ago

The White Army and the Black Baron
Are trying to restore the Czar's throne,
But from the taiga to the British seas
The Red Army is the strongest of all!

Refrain:
Let the Red Army
Masterfully grip
Its bayonet with its toil-hardened hand,
And we must all
Irrepressibly
Go into a last deadly fight!

II
Red Army, march, march forward!
The Revolutionary Military Council calls us into battle.
For from the taiga to the British seas
The Red Army is the strongest of all!

Refrain

III
We are fanning the flames of a world-wide fire,
We will raze churches and prisons to the ground.
For from the taiga to the British seas
The Red Army is the strongest of all!

11 months, 3 weeks ago

Two schoolboys, Young Pioneers Kolya Gerasyimov and Fima Korolev, follow a mysterious strange lady to an abandoned house. When they enter the house, they find no trace of the stranger, but in the empty basement Kolya discovers a secret door that leads to a room with a technical device in it. Curious Kolya starts pressing some buttons and activates the device that "transfers" him to another place. We learn that this place is the institute of time research. Employees return from time travels to different periods and deliver artifacts that are inventoried by Werther, an android who holds a secret crush on the stranger whose name is Polina. Kolya sneaks around the corridors but is eventually caught by Werther, who starts inventorying him, assuming that he was brought in by Polina. It is at this point that Kolya learns that he has travelled through time to the year 2084. Werther considers putting him in the museum, but then decides to send him back in time in order to cover up what he thinks to be Polina's mistake. Kolya persuades him to let him catch some sights of the future first. On his exploration, Kolya learns about teletransportation, humanoid aliens, antigravity and space flight. He also makes contact with a grandpa Pavel, a 130-year-old man who is intrigued by his 1980s school uniform.

11 months, 3 weeks ago

Having reached the space port, Kolya unsuccessfully tries to get a ticket for an interplanetary flight. However, by joining a group of pupils who escort their project satellite to the launch, he manages to enter the transit area. There he witnesses how two service workers are stunned and then impersonated by two shape-shifting aliens that have emerged from a crate. Back in the waiting hall, Kolya meets grandpa Pavel again (who turns out to be Polina's future father-in-law) and tells about what he just saw, but the old man dismisses it as child's fantasies. Grandpa Pavel introduces Kolya to Prof. Seleznyov, director of the interplanetary zoo. Kolya spots the shape-shifters again. They lure grandpa Pavel away from the group, stun and impersonate him. The fake grandpa Pavel introduces the other shape-shifter, who is now turned into a short man in a colourful costume to Prof. Seleznyov as a fellow scientist form another planet. The "scientist" shows conspicuos interest in a device called "myelophone", a mind-reading box. Seleznyov mentions that the device is with his daughter Alisa Seleznyova in the interplanetary zoo. Kolya spots and awakens the real grandpa Pavel who tells him that the aliens are space pirates and that Alisa is in danger, yet he is too weak to go with Kolya to help Alisa. He asks Kolya to find Alisa. In the zoo, the pirates in new disguise steal the myelophone from Alisa who tries to read animal minds. However, with the help of a man and his talking goat named Napaleon, Kolya can recover the device and temporarily escapes from the pirates in an air chase. He returns to the institute. While Kolya activates the time machine, Werther sacrifices himself trying to stop the pirates. Once they beat Werther, the space pirates use the machine to follow Kolya into the past. Meanwhile, Alisa, chasing the pirates, has reached the institute and uses the time machine as well. In the 20th century, Kolya escapes while Alisa, not accustomed to 20th-century traffic, runs into a car. Kolya and Fima discuss what to do with the myelophone. The pirates install themselves in the abandoned house and wait.

11 months, 3 weeks ago

The series portrays the exploits of Maxim Isaev, a Soviet spy operating in Nazi Germany under the name Max Otto von Stierlitz, portrayed by Vyacheslav Tikhonov. Stierlitz is planted in 1927, well before the Nazi takeover of pre-war Germany. He then enlists in the NSDAP and rises through the ranks, becoming an important Nazi foreign intelligence officer. He recruits several agents from among dissident German intellectuals and persecuted clergy, and operates through the agent network. Stierlitz discovers, and later schemes to disrupt, the secret negotiations between Karl Wolff and Allen Dulles taking place in Switzerland, aimed at forging a separate peace between Germany and the western Allies. Meanwhile, the Gestapo under Heinrich Müller searches for the unidentified Soviet resident spy and his ring. To avoid capture Stierlitz cunningly manoeuvres among powerful Nazis and pulls the strings of his network.

11 months, 3 weeks ago

The series portrays the exploits of Maxim Isaev, a Soviet spy operating in Nazi Germany under the name Max Otto von Stierlitz, portrayed by Vyacheslav Tikhonov. Stierlitz is planted in 1927, well before the Nazi takeover of pre-war Germany. He then enlists in the NSDAP and rises through the ranks, becoming an important Nazi foreign intelligence officer. He recruits several agents from among dissident German intellectuals and persecuted clergy, and operates through the agent network. Stierlitz discovers, and later schemes to disrupt, the secret negotiations between Karl Wolff and Allen Dulles taking place in Switzerland, aimed at forging a separate peace between Germany and the western Allies. Meanwhile, the Gestapo under Heinrich Müller searches for the unidentified Soviet resident spy and his ring. To avoid capture Stierlitz cunningly manoeuvres among powerful Nazis and pulls the strings of his network.

11 months, 3 weeks ago

The series portrays the exploits of Maxim Isaev, a Soviet spy operating in Nazi Germany under the name Max Otto von Stierlitz, portrayed by Vyacheslav Tikhonov. Stierlitz is planted in 1927, well before the Nazi takeover of pre-war Germany. He then enlists in the NSDAP and rises through the ranks, becoming an important Nazi foreign intelligence officer. He recruits several agents from among dissident German intellectuals and persecuted clergy, and operates through the agent network. Stierlitz discovers, and later schemes to disrupt, the secret negotiations between Karl Wolff and Allen Dulles taking place in Switzerland, aimed at forging a separate peace between Germany and the western Allies. Meanwhile, the Gestapo under Heinrich Müller searches for the unidentified Soviet resident spy and his ring. To avoid capture Stierlitz cunningly manoeuvres among powerful Nazis and pulls the strings of his network.

11 months, 3 weeks ago

In the words of historian and noted Russian scholar Dr. Matthew Raphael Johnson, the Soviet Union was the only empire to fall without a war. To the ordinary Russian citizen, however, the 1990s were no less tragic as life expectancy, average income, and birthrates all plummeted as crime, alcoholism and unemployment all rose. As the nation descended into the depths of despair, a new Oligarch class emerged controlling the commanding heights of production, principally in the natural resource and heavy industry sectors, coming to dominate not just the economy but with politics under the Russian President Boris Yeltsin. Only until the current President Vladimir Putin rose to power, ironically with the help of major oligarch Boris Berezovsky who was later exiled along with many others, did the Russian people begin to recover economically and in national pride.

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- The Rise and Decline of the Soviet Economy, Allen (2001)
- Russian Populist: The Political Thought of Vladimir Putin, Johnson (2012) - http://barnesreview.org/product/russian-populist-the-political-thought-of-vladimir-putin/
- The Russian Revolution and its Consequences - Dr. Matthew Raphael Johnson, Myth of the 20th Century (2019) - https://myth20c.wordpress.com/2019/11/27/the-russian-revolution-and-its-consequences-dr-matthew-rafael-johnson/
- The Orthodox Nationalist: General Alexander Lebed - TON, Johnson (2019) - https://www.radioalbion.com/2019/03/the-orthodox-nationalist-general.html
- The Soviet Experiment, Johnson (2019) - https://barnesreview.org/product/the-soviet-experiment-challenging-the-apologists-for-communist-tyranny/
- Ukrainian Nationalism, Johnson (2019) - https://www.amazon.com/Ukrainian-Nationalism-Matthew-Raphael-Johnson/dp/1698191618

11 months, 3 weeks ago

Popular children's song of the Soviet period.

Performer: Big Children's Choir of the USSR All-Union National Radio Service and USSR Central Television Networks
Soloist is Lena Mogucheva (now deceased, unfortunately.)

11 months, 3 weeks ago

The girl is playing with the ball at the beach. Suddenly, the ball falls into the sea. The girl tries to get it, but not knowing how to swim, she starts to sink. And then the Dolphin appears and saves the girl. They become friends. The girl starts to come to the sea everyday and the dolphin teaches her to swim. There comes a day when the girl is able to swim freely. Then one day people has caught the dolphin and taken it to the Dolphinarium to participate in the shows with other trained dolphins. However, the dolphin remains completely indifferent to new environment and the shows, because it cannot live without its element — the sea. Then at night the girl penetrates into the Dolphinarium and opens the lattice, thereby helping the dolphin to escape. No matter how it is, but the dolphin has to leave the habitual seaside. The girl sits on the rock drenched in sunset light and gazes into the sea, reminiscing of beautiful times spent with the dolphin.

11 months, 3 weeks ago

12 February 1945, Germany. Max Otto von Stierlitz, a respected SS-Standartenführer in the Ausland-SD, is in fact Soviet spy Maxim Isaev, who has infiltrated the German establishment many years ago. Though Adolf Hitler is determined to continue the Second World War, Walter Schellenberg convinces Heinrich Himmler to conduct secret negotiations with the Americans, hoping to reach a separate peace deal which would allow the Germans to concentrate all their forces on the Eastern Front. In the meantime, Ernst Kaltenbrunner becomes suspicious of Stierlitz, and orders Heinrich Müller to launch a covert investigation on him.

Stierlitz is ordered by Moscow to ascertain whether the Americans and the Germans have a backdoor channel and, if so, to foil any possible agreement. His mission is complicated when the house of his assistants, radio operators Erwin and Katherin Kinn, is bombed. Erwin is killed, and his pregnant wife is taken to a hospital, threatening to compromise Stierlitz. He recruits two new aides—Professor Pleischner, a former member of the German Resistance, and Pastor Schlag, a clergyman who disapproves of the regime. All the while, Stierlitz has to engage in a battle of wits with Müller, who seeks to expose him as an enemy agent. He must also maneuver between the opposing factions inside the Main Security Office, as different high-ranking officials vie for power.

After realizing Himmler and Schellenberg have sent Karl Wolff to negotiate with Allen Dulles in neutral Switzerland, Stierlitz—playing on the rivalries between the Nazi plenipotentiaries—succeeds in leaking the details of the negotiations, conducted under the code name Operation Sunrise Crossword, both to Hitler and to Stalin. The Soviets, now possessing evidence, demand to end those contacts and President Roosevelt must oblige them. Himmler narrowly convinces Hitler it was all merely an attempt to sow distrust between the Allies. On 24 March 1945, Stierlitz, who managed to clear all suspicions against him, returns to his duties. The Red Army is steadily approaching Berlin.

11 months, 3 weeks ago

Captain Zelyonyy (Green), Professor Seleznyov and his daughter Alisa Selezneva set out from Earth aboard the starship "Pegas" (Pegasus), seeking out new animal species for the Moscow Zoo. On the advice of the archaeologist Gromozeka, they turn to Doctor Verkhovtsev, the director of the Museum of Two Captains, for help. But the doctor behaves suspiciously: he refuses to show them the Captains' diaries and starts spying on the expedition. On the planet Bluk they make some valuable purchases, among them a Chatterer — the bird belonging to the missing captain Kim. A suspicious fat man, Merry Fellow Oo, tries to steal a bird. Having listened to the speech of the Chatterer, the crew of "Pegas" heads for the Jellyfish system. On the road, the heroes rescue robots of the planet Shelezyaka from diamond dust, mixed into machine oil.

On the third planet of the Jellyfish system Alisa finds "mirrors" — the flowers which are memorable and displaying everything that occurred before them. By means of mirrors the heroes find out that on the planet there are Verkhovtsev and the Merry Fellow. In attempt to fly in a safe place of "Pegas" falls in a trap. Seleznyov and Green are captured by pirates, Alisa manages to run away.

On the planet the captain Buran, and with him — the real Verkhovtsev lands. Alisa asks them for help. Meanwhile, the Merry Fellow threatening to murder the captives, demands from captain Kim locked in the ship, a formula of absolute fuel. Buran's invasion rescues the heroes. The double Verkhovtsev, Glot, is exposed. The Merry Fellow in attempt to escape falls into the clutches a bird of prey, Krok. The captains and researchers return home.

11 months, 3 weeks ago