Kalendárium

Collection by Beáta Paňáková

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Rare photos show real life in Russia - Semesterz Libertarian Socialism, Professor, Life In Russia, Question Stems, Social Democracy, The Bolsheviks, Cute Goats, Anarchism, Glamour Photo

The ‘Failure’ of Communism: a ‘Fall’ narrative

by Roland Boer Communism has ‘failed’, or so the common observation goes. More often, one hears the opinion that the Soviet Union ‘failed’, or that the communist countries of Eastern Europe did so …

On This Day: Lech Walesa Becomes Poland’s First Popularly Elected Leader Web Research, Research Skills, Nancy Reagan, John Adams, Nobel Peace Prize, Thomas Jefferson, Nelson Mandela, Steve Jobs, Ford Models

On This Day: Lech Walesa Becomes Poland’s First Popularly Elected Leader

On Dec. 9, 1990, Lech Walesa, the founder of the Solidarity trade union and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, won Poland's presidential election.

21. december 1990 Lech Walesa prezident polska - Hľadať Googlom December, 21st, Fictional Characters, Fantasy Characters

21. december 1990 Lech Walesa prezident polska - Hľadať Googlom

29. december 1989 prezident Václav Havel - Hľadať Googlom 29 December, Concert, Concerts

29. december 1989 prezident Václav Havel - Hľadať Googlom

The Museum of Communism. The only museum in Prague dedicated to exploring the Communist regime in the now-Czech Republic and Slovakia. Dresden, Prague Museum, Revolution Poster, Berlin Wall, Communism, Socialism, Kool Aid, Eastern Europe, Czech Republic

The ‘Failure’ of Communism: a ‘Fall’ narrative

by Roland Boer Communism has ‘failed’, or so the common observation goes. More often, one hears the opinion that the Soviet Union ‘failed’, or that the communist countries of Eastern Europe did so …

 The cold war from an american perspective was about fearing communism. This was anti-communist propaganda that depicts a communist octopus taking over the world. Cold War Propaganda, Communist Propaganda, Propaganda Art, Political Posters, Political Cartoons, Vintage Ads, Vintage Posters, Anti Communism, Vintage Magazine

The ‘Failure’ of Communism: a ‘Fall’ narrative

by Roland Boer Communism has ‘failed’, or so the common observation goes. More often, one hears the opinion that the Soviet Union ‘failed’, or that the communist countries of Eastern Europe did so …

Moscow civilians topple the large statue of KGB founder Felix Dzerzhinsky on the night of August 1991 during the 1991 Soviet coup d'état attempt. Felix Dzerzhinsky, Mikhail Gorbachev, Princess Diana Death, Warsaw Pact, Historical Images, Soviet Union, Cold War, Moscow, 1990s

Russia’s approach to ISIL: the hidden benefit of evil

By attracting jihadists from the North Caucasus, ISIL has actually helped relieve Russia of an internal threat. So is countering ISIL the real reason for Moscow’s intervention in Syria?