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vintagenatgeographic:

Moscow’s Red Square explodes during May Day Festivities
National Geographic | January 1978

vintagenatgeographic:

Moscow’s Red Square explodes during May Day Festivities

National Geographic | January 1978

(vía dostoievski-is-my-soulmate)

xtrandom:

Periodical, [Statue of Stalin at the All-Union Agricultural Exhibition] from
USSR in Construction, September 1939
Sergei Dmitrievich Merkurov (Russian, 1881-1952), sculptor
Published by State Art Publishing House “Iskusstvo”, Moscow-Leningrad
Printed by Iskra Revolutsii Printshop
Cover printed by Goznak, Moscow
84.2.35.7

xtrandom:

Periodical, [Statue of Stalin at the All-Union Agricultural Exhibition] from

USSR in Construction, September 1939

Sergei Dmitrievich Merkurov (Russian, 1881-1952), sculptor

Published by State Art Publishing House “Iskusstvo”, Moscow-Leningrad

Printed by Iskra Revolutsii Printshop

Cover printed by Goznak, Moscow

84.2.35.7

(Fuente: librarydisplays.wolfsonian.org, vía hyungjk)

youknowyouarerussianwhen:

Women of USSR

(vía 420stalinist)

sovtime:

1 рубль СССР 1924 года.
1 ruble of USSR, 1924.

sovtime:

1 рубль СССР 1924 года.

1 ruble of USSR, 1924.

(vía sputnikcountry)

varietas:

Langer Klára (1912-1973): Decoration in the school, 1951

varietas:

Langer Klára (1912-1973): Decoration in the school, 1951

(vía 420stalinist)

oldthunder:

Maoist rebel in Nepal during the Nepalese Civil War, 2005.
Photo by Sagar Shrestha

oldthunder:

Maoist rebel in Nepal during the Nepalese Civil War, 2005.

Photo by Sagar Shrestha

(Fuente: arikaftermath, vía grossefumeuse)

k-shot:

Charkiv, Ukraine

k-shot:

Charkiv, Ukraine

(vía marioutopico)

easterndeath:

If I’m not mistaken, poster for the United Red Army, a Japanese paramilitary group dedicated to Marxist-Leninist revolution (particularly Maoist). The group did not last long, especially after an incident where several members were lynched at their training camp in the Gunma Prefecture (Japan). 
The successor group, the Japanese Red Army, would go on to be notable for it’s cooperation with the PFLP (Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine), another Marxist-Leninist group. The JRA carried out the Japan Airlines Flight 351 hijacking and the Lod Airport massacre where several Israelis were killed.

easterndeath:

If I’m not mistaken, poster for the United Red Army, a Japanese paramilitary group dedicated to Marxist-Leninist revolution (particularly Maoist). The group did not last long, especially after an incident where several members were lynched at their training camp in the Gunma Prefecture (Japan). 

The successor group, the Japanese Red Army, would go on to be notable for it’s cooperation with the PFLP (Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine), another Marxist-Leninist group. The JRA carried out the Japan Airlines Flight 351 hijacking and the Lod Airport massacre where several Israelis were killed.

(vía marioutopico)

(Fuente: benicetoafriend, vía marioutopico)

(Fuente: moscownoire, vía kukashkin)

architectureofdoom:

Lenin Palace of the Arts, Almaty, Kazakhstan, 1970

architectureofdoom:

Lenin Palace of the Arts, Almaty, Kazakhstan, 1970

(Fuente: u36a, vía 420stalinist)

benicetoafriend:

"The proletariat of the oppressing nations cannot confine itself to the general hackneyed phrases against annexations and for the equal rights of nations in general, that may be repeated by any pacifist bourgeois. The proletariat cannot evade the question that is particularly ‘unpleasant’ for the imperialist bourgeoisie, namely, the question of the frontiers of a state that is based on national oppression. The proletariat cannot but fight against the forcible retention of the oppressed nations within the boundaries of a given state, and this is exactly what the struggle for the right of self-determination means. The proletariat must demand the right of political secession for the colonies and for the nations that ‘its own’ nation oppresses. Unless it does this, proletarian internationalism will remain a meaningless phrase; mutual confidence and class solidarity between the workers of the oppressing and oppressed nations will be impossible; the hypocrisy of the reformist and Kautskyan advocates of self-determination who maintain silence about the nations which are oppressed by ‘their’ nation and forcibly retained within ‘their’ state will remain unexposed."
-V. I. Lenin, The Socialist Revolution and the Right of Nations to Self-Determination, 1916

benicetoafriend:

"The proletariat of the oppressing nations cannot confine itself to the general hackneyed phrases against annexations and for the equal rights of nations in general, that may be repeated by any pacifist bourgeois. The proletariat cannot evade the question that is particularly ‘unpleasant’ for the imperialist bourgeoisie, namely, the question of the frontiers of a state that is based on national oppression. The proletariat cannot but fight against the forcible retention of the oppressed nations within the boundaries of a given state, and this is exactly what the struggle for the right of self-determination means. The proletariat must demand the right of political secession for the colonies and for the nations that ‘its own’ nation oppresses. Unless it does this, proletarian internationalism will remain a meaningless phrase; mutual confidence and class solidarity between the workers of the oppressing and oppressed nations will be impossible; the hypocrisy of the reformist and Kautskyan advocates of self-determination who maintain silence about the nations which are oppressed by ‘their’ nation and forcibly retained within ‘their’ state will remain unexposed."

-V. I. Lenin, The Socialist Revolution and the Right of Nations to Self-Determination, 1916

(vía 420stalinist)