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Sergey Vinogradov Yana Voronova from Riga came up with the idea of the Our Childhood Museum exhibiting Soviet-era toys 12 years ago when she was selecting toys for her newborn son. She opened Latvia's first museum of items from the USSR (from furniture to soap) and has collected tens of thousands of toys from the era that lasted for nearly a century. Yana Voronova and her dolls At the museum, Yana names the Soviet toy factories and artists that designed the teddy bears, dolls, and kewpies played by generations of people. She knows them all by heart. Truth be told, as soon as visitors come...

11.03.2022
Rubric: Articles
Subject: Общество

Svetlana Smetanina Photo: Psychea The Human Rights Council of the Russian Federation has registered an unprecedented upsurge of Russophobia in Europe. A school in Berlin displays pictures of Russian children on a wall of shame, a university in Prague expels Russian students, and even oncologists refuse to provide treatment to Russian patients. Greece has gone even further and imposed sanctions against Tchaikovsky's music. Europe is free, isn’t it? Russian compatriots in Europe are facing the worst kind of ethnic harassment. The first alarming reports came from the Czech...

04.03.2022
Rubric: Articles
Subject: Общество

Natalia Osipova  Photo credit: Klymenko Time "They burnt me. I assumed it was with a torch as the bag was on my head. I was hung up by my arms, the scars have not even healed yet, my right arm is numb - I can't feel it. My ribs still hurt. They kicked me, strapped my hands behind me, tied a grenade ring to my fingers, and made me sit. If I moved, I would surely pull the pin." "They took away bandaging material and medicines, food and bedding items from the medical staff. The nurses were raped and shot, and guards were set near the wounded and no one...

03.03.2022
Rubric: Articles
Subject: Politics

Svetlana Smetanina Savva Morozov He was a multimillionaire and one of the wealthiest people in Czarist Russia. He was a chemist who developed dyes to be used in production and a capitalist who introduced modern technology. He was also a philanthropist who built hospitals and homes for workers. as well as a patron of the theater. He was a sponsor of revolutionaries and donated huge amounts of money to the Bolshevik newspaper Iskra. He used to shelter terrorists in his house. He was a man with an unusual life and mysterious death that has become a subject of legends. This man's name was Savva...

27.02.2022
Rubric: Articles
Subject: History

Russkiy Mir Editorial Photo credit: kremlin.ru Vladimir Putin addressed his speech to the Russian citizens on recognition of the sovereignty of the Donetsk and Lugansk People'sRepublics in order to stop the bloodshed in the Donbas. He called on the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation to support this decision and ratify the treaties of friendship and good-neighbourly relations with both republics. Here is an excerpt from his speech: I want to say clearly and directly that in the current situation, when our proposals for an equal dialogue on...

25.02.2022
Rubric: Articles
Subject: Politics

Alla Shelyapina Photo credit: Denis Grishkin / Press Service of the Mayor and the Moscow Government/ mos.ru (CC BY 4.0) The history of medical vaccination dates back to about 250 years ago. Infectious diseases caused the deaths of millions of ordinary people and even kings and emperors. For example, the young Russian Emperor Paul II left the throne due to an agonizing fever caused by black smallpox in 1730; French King Louis XV died of smallpox in 1774. When vaccination against smallpox was introduced in Europe, Russia became one of the first states that encouraged vaccination. Smallpox Vaccination in Russia ...

20.02.2022
Rubric: Articles
Subject: Общество

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