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Frankenstein's Army – Halloween Horror Month Movie Spectacular 2014 Day 22

I started watching Frankenstein’s Army without any big expectations beyond being mildly entertained by a monster movie. Just the concept of Soviet soldiers pushing into Germany at the end of the second world war and encountering creatures created with the help of the research of doctor Frankenstein ought to be enough on its own to drag any movie to at least the level of mildly interesting. 238 more words

Movies

The Russian Numbers Station UVB-76

As covered in a previous article, numbers stations are utilized by governments or groups to broadcast a series of names or numbers over the radio waves. 990 more words

Warfare

I read Charles Bettelheim. What happened next will shock and amaze you!

I am not an expert on the state, the concept of the state or the historical lineages of the State, but I have an understanding of how poorly the North American Communist left understands the state. 2,095 more words

Authoritarianism

A. Laptev, We build from cardboard [Строим из картона] (1932)

Rad Borislavov

One of the lofty goals of Communist Party and education officials was to create “harmonious human beings” by instilling Soviet morals and work habits into the minds of young children. 739 more words

Media

Life is full of surprises or robbers, where are you?! (Part 3)

My wife and children were waiting for me.

They looked at the parcel in my hands and instruments and it was clear that they wanted to open parcels immediately and to find out what was in it. 402 more words

Happiness

How The United States Got The State Of Alaska

On October 18, 1867, the U.S. formally took possession of Alaska after purchasing the territory from Russia for $7.2 million, or less than two cents an acre. 359 more words

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