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How Kourdakov Got Involved with the KGB

English essay # 5

For my English I have been reading The Persecuter, the autobiography of Sergei Kourdakov who grew up in the Soviet Union and latter escaped to North America to get away form Communism. 478 more words


Battleship Potemkin

battleship potemkin
Броненосец Потёмкин
dir. sergei eisenstein

Tonight we go back in time a bit; Battleship Potemkin was chosen to be screened in class, and I decided to save myself from having to endure it twice. 208 more words

Walter Meerkat

​The wonderful Walter Whippet tries for the new role of sergei meerkat!

Empower Yourself

A Patriotic Poem by Sergei Gorodetsky

Sergei Gorodetsky’s “The Knight of the Air” 
Translator’s Note

While researching Russian First World War poetry, I came across a poem with the intriguing title “Knight of the Air” by Sergei Gorodetsky (1884-1976). 824 more words

Chapter 1: To Blog or Not to Blog

“Are you going to blog?” or “Will you be blogging?”

These are examples of questions people asked as we were seeing family, friends and workmates (for those that don’t exactly fall into the previous two categories) for the last time in what we expect to be some time. 260 more words


Sergei Prokofiev

From Wikipedia: “Sergei Sergeyevich Prokofiev was a Russian and Soviet composer, pianist and conductor. As the creator of acknowledged masterpieces across numerous musical genres, he is regarded as one of the major composers of the 20th century. 51 more words