The last parade in the USSR in honor of the October Revolution on Red Square, Moscow, November 7, 1990. Born in the USSR – subscribe
The National Anthem of the Soviet Union! This is the post-1956 version which saw the traitor Khrushchev remove all reference to Comrade Stalin – but
First Soviet CD In November 1987, the Mechanical Engineering exhibition was held in Moscow, dedicated, as usual, to the 70th anniversary of the October Revolution.
These are the stories about workers and their professions made in the USSR. Deputies of the Communist Party at that time also had to work
I do not (and never have) supported modern Russian ‘nationalism’ – which contains disturbing elements of bourgeois racism and homophobia, much of it encouraged by the Orthodox Church. It is the same thinking that has Orthodox Icons placed in tanks as they are constructed in the factories – as if these religious objects possess a similar (or greater) power than the anti-missile technology that is also installed – the design of the tanks and technology being ‘Soviet’ in origin and quite often logical developments of this technology brought into the modern day.
We could not attend the May Day March in London today – the first in three-years – but we got the flags out and supported the workers virtually!