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In Moscow, An Unexpected Creative Revolution

When, in I told my parents—Jews who had fled the Soviet Union with all the ardor of a long-abused people—that I was going back, for a summer internship at the U. Embassy in Moscow, my.

At Gorky Park of Culture and Rest, Moscow, 1954 by Henri Cartier-Bresson

At Gorky Park of Culture and Rest, Moscow, 1954 by Henri Cartier-Bresson. Cartier-Bresson was in Moscow in 1954 to prepare a book documenting daily life under communism.

Young Philby By Robert Littell - Englishman Harold Adrian Russell Philby, nicknamed Kim, slips onto the Russian freighter Domatova as it quietly sails out of the Beirut harbour. A spy for the Soviet Union, he flees the Lebanese capital with just the clothes on his back and uncertainty over his fate in Moscow. Will he be welcomed as a senior Soviet intelligence officer? Will the Great Game hes so keen on playing have a third act?

Young Philby: An elegant, twisty spy story by a true master of the craft

Ghost Love - Nelli Rees  TRUE LOVE CONQUERS ALL... EVEN DEATH.  MOSCOW 1989. As the Soviet Union crumbles a young, naïve and idealistic Russian girl, Tonia Voronina, meets and falls in love with an English boy, Peter Monroe, while they are studying together in Moscow. Theirs is a forbidden romance: forbidden by the Soviet authorities and by Peter’s family.

In the madcap, chaotic days when Communism crumbled in the USSR, Tonia meets and falls in love with Englishman, Peter Monroe. Despite the.

Benny Goodman performs for a young audience in Red Square (Moscow, Soviet Union, 1962). image 0

Benny Goodman performs for a young audience in Red Square (Moscow, Soviet Union, image 0

SOVIET UNION. Russia. Moscow. 1954. In the gardens surrounding the Kremlin, near Lenin and Stalin's mausoleum, many young boys and girls have come to Moscow to participate in the important Sports' festival that takes place every year in july.

In the gardens surrounding the Kremlin, near Lenin and Stalin's mausoleum, many young boys and girls have come to Moscow to participate in the important Sports' festival that takes place every year in july.

The Hidden History of Trump’s First Trip to Moscow  In 1987, a young real estate developer traveled to the Soviet Union. The KGB almost certainly made the trip happen.

The Hidden History of Trump’s First Trip to Moscow

The Hidden History of Trump’s First Trip to Moscow In 1987, a young real estate developer traveled to the Soviet Union. The KGB almost certainly made the trip happen.

RUSSIAN - MOSCOW  Friendship of Nation fountain - composed of 16 young gold maidens, each one representing one of the Soviet Republics and holding out their hand in friendship to embody the Soviet Union’s policy of peace to all nations.

RUSSIAN - MOSCOW Friendship of Nation fountain - composed of 16 young gold maidens, each one representing one of the Soviet Republics and holding out their hand in friendship to embody the Soviet Union’s policy of peace to all nations.

Moscow. Marshal of the Soviet Union Ivan Konev meets young people coming from the capitals of the Soviet republics.

Marshal of the Soviet Union Ivan Konev meets young people coming from the capitals of the Soviet republics

"After the fall of the Soviet Union... Young boy selling Pepsi on a Moscow street", 1993

"After the fall of the Soviet Union. Young boy selling Pepsi on a Moscow street", 1993

Van Cliburn Funeral - made Cliburn famous: winning the first International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow in 1958, when he was just 23. At the height of the Cold War, the win by the pianist who grew up in Texas helped thaw the icy rivalry between the United States and Soviet Union. Cliburn played for every U.S. president since Harry Truman... Cliburn also used his skill and fame to help other young musicians through the Van Cliburn International Music Competition, held every four years.

Van Cliburn Funeral - made Cliburn famous: winning the first International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow in 1958, when he was just 23. At the height of the Cold War, the win by the pianist who grew up in Texas helped thaw the icy rivalry between the United States and Soviet Union. Cliburn played for every U.S. president since Harry Truman... Cliburn also used his skill and fame to help other young musicians through the Van Cliburn International Music Competition, held every four years.

Lavrentiy Beria, 54, a Soviet politician, was executed for treason in 1953. During his trial, it was revealed that he was known to kidnap & rape women; after, the women were offered bouquets. The implication being that to accept made it consensual; refusal would mean arrest. In the 1990s, routine work on the grounds of his Moscow villa turned up the bone remains of several young girls buried in the gardens, suggesting he may have murdered some of the women who resisted.

Lavrentiy Beria – Russiapedia Politics and society Prominent Russians

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