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Originally posted by dotgov101
Their clothing is perfectly pressed
some of them have plucked eyebrows
and only a few of them seem to have genuine expressions.
Perhaps it is their culture to guard their expressions.
I am just curious as to why it is printed in English
As you consider yourself familiar with the originating country, can you give me a detailed guess as to why a Russian school booklet was floating around in English during the Cold War?
Originally posted by Majic
A Blast From The Past
dotgov101, this is awesome. Thanks for going to the trouble of scanning and sharing this delightful piece of history.
Ironically, what it resembles most to me is comparable U.S. propaganda from the same period.
My conclusion: we really are more alike than different.
Special bonus feature: genuine Russians on the Internet to comment on it. Klyovo!