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Our history: unique frames of the XIX and XX centuries

Our history: unique frames of the XIX and XX centuries

1. All-Union parade of athletes in Red Square, 1937 year

2. A woman shows a German POW, 1944 year

3. Kindergarten students, 1929 year

4. Car Yuri Gagarin, 1965 year

5. First aid ambulance, beginning of XX century

6. Military exercises, 1939 year

7. World Youth Festival, 1957 year

8. Exhibition in Paris, 1937 year

9. Speech of Nicholas II before the State Duma deputies, 1906 year

10. Demonstration, 1928 year

11. Helpful Birds Demonstration, 1934 Year

12. Live pyramid, 1936 year

13. GTO Live Logo, 1936 Year

14. Masked Mausoleum, 1941 Year

15. Swings at the barrel of an abandoned weapon, 1944 year

16. Competition hairdressers, 1975 year

17. Confiscated miter, 1921 year

18. Fist fight, 1900 year

19. Land lease

20. Michelin Advertising, 1913 Year

21. Sniper firing at enemy planes, 1943 year

22. Japanese raise Varyag, 1905 year

23. Eagles shot from the Kremlin, 1935 year

24. Robots cross the road, 1967 year

25. Soviet soldier in Berlin, 1945 year

26. Prague Spring, 1968 year

27. Japanese troops expect the attack of the Russian cavalry, 1905 year

28. Pool in the Moscow River, 1938 year

29. Flooding in Moscow, 1927 year

30. Dinner

31. Gorky Park, 1930 year

32. Transportation of kerosene, 1890 year

33. Underwater work in the construction of a bridge across the Yenisei, 1896 year

34. Unloading of the icebreaker ferry on Baikal, 1903 year

35. Russian soldiers enter Mukden, 1905 year

36. Elephant from the zoo, 1910 year

37. Demolition of a monument to Alexander III, 1918 year

38. Dogs drive a wounded man, 1944 year

39. Tank. 1943 year

40. Fidel Castro and Nikita Khrushchev on the hunt

41. Tsar-tank. 1914 year

42. Chernobyl. 1986 year

43. Young motorists at the sports parade, 1935 year

44. Yaroslavl pioneers, 1971 year

45. Choosing a place under the monument to Mayakovsky, 1956 year
In order to choose the optimal location of the monument, full-size wooden mock-ups were made, which moved throughout the area.

46. Playing the piano, 1945 year

47. Restaurant in Vladivostok, 1918 year

48. The December armed uprising in Moscow. Barricade. Kalanchevskaya square. 1905 year

49. Flying Sanitary Corps in Mukden, 1905 year

50. Mining pavilion at the XVI All-Russian Exhibition in Nizhny Novgorod, 1896 year

51. Fishing on the "Black Pond", Nizhny Novgorod province, 1900 year

52. Demolition of the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, 1931 year

53. Charity tea wagon in St. Petersburg, 1909 year

54. The steam locomotive that went under water on a temporary ice crossing over the Amur River, 1905 year

55. Work under the orchestra. Belomorkanal, 1933 year

56. The peasants seized a German spy dressed as a woman. 1914 year

57. On the runway. 1970

58. Intourists are watching the demonstration from the balcony of the National Hotel. 1950 year

59. Reading the press. 1980

60. Chairman of the USSR Council of Ministers Alexei Kosygin at a meeting with Indian leaders in Canada. 1971 year

61. Break-in infantry tanks on the Kursk Bulge. 1943 year

62. "The Seagull" at the Soviet exhibition in New York. 1957 year

63. Soviet soldiers are considering German awards, which were never handed over. 2 May 1945 of the year

64. Advertising fridge "Oka". 1960 year

65. Watching the flight of an airplane. 1910 year

66. Bulgarians meet the Red Army. 1944 year.

67. Sandbox in front of the Bolshoi Theater. 1930 year

68. “KILL A GERMAN! KILL GERMANS! This is asking you old mother. KILL GERMANS! This is praying you child. Get your revenge! KILL GERMANS! It screams native land. Do not miss. Do not miss. Kill! ”Leningrad. 1943 year

69. Sapery neutralize German anti-tank mines. 1943 year

70. Musical pause. 1945 year

71. Supposedly a protest against the ban on black visits to establishments intended only for whites. Alabama, United States. “If Khrushchev can eat here, then why can't we do this?” 1963 year

72. Richter ticket. Leningrad. 1968 year

73. In dismissal. 1969 year

74. Break for lunch. 1980

75. “Song about I.V. Stalin”, Bolshoi Theater. 1949 year

76. Swiss tourist on the Red Square. 1957 year

77. Peasants are resting at the fountain in the royal palace. Livadia, Crimea. 1926 year

78. Rifles surrendered to the captivity of Soviet soldiers. 1941 year

79. Horses in the temple. 1960

80. Soviet tanks in Prague. 27 August 1968 of the year

81. Anti-alcohol demonstration of children. 1928 year

82. Apparatus for the sale of perfume and cologne. 1950

83. Christ is Risen. Easter on the First World War. 1916 year

84. Advisors. 1975 year

85. Soldiers of the Army of the South-Western Front with Soviet children. 1942 year

86. I got it. 1960 year

87. Elk at MSU. 1961 year

88. Loading torpedoes on a submarine of the "Pike" type. 1945 year

89. Matinee in kindergarten. 1980

90. A traffic police officer stopped Yuri Nikulin. 1960

91. Sailor performs the dance "Apple". 1939 year
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  1. Irkutsk
    Irkutsk 28 November 2012 08: 30
    Class !!! almost the same with the matinee in kindergarten, only the beginning of the 70s.
    1. Deniska999
      Deniska999 4 December 2012 13: 20
      Great photos.
  2. MC
    MC 28 November 2012 08: 36
    Class !!! Just nothing more to say.
    1. Kortik
      Kortik 28 November 2012 13: 40
      just a little frog. Kosygin in the headdress of an Indian is just tin! :)
      1. Astrey
        Astrey 28 November 2012 16: 51
        Yes, he really is an Elder!)
  3. omsbon
    omsbon 28 November 2012 08: 38
    An old photograph can tell a lot.
    I looked with great interest. Surprised by the car of Yu. Gagarin and a photo of the beginning of the century.
    1. Santa Fe
      Santa Fe 2 December 2012 15: 01
      Quote: omsbon
      Surprised by the car of Yu. Gagarin

      Sports "Matra", donated in France
  4. sergant89
    sergant89 28 November 2012 08: 54
    very interesting and informative, thanks.
  5. leon-iv
    leon-iv 28 November 2012 09: 15
    Times are changing people remain))))))
    1. freedom
      freedom 29 November 2012 23: 22
      The wrong word is changing. Time flies catastrophically.
  6. Sasha 19871987
    Sasha 19871987 28 November 2012 09: 17
    photos smiled, especially an elephant harnessed instead of a horse))))))))))))))))))))))))
  7. evgenii67
    evgenii67 28 November 2012 09: 22
    Nice pictures, thanks !!!! The only thing that confused the photo "we will fulfill the government's task" Chernobyl 86 ......
  8. kotdavin4i
    kotdavin4i 28 November 2012 10: 32
    Thanks to the author for the selection, although I'm not the same age as most photos, but there is something close ...
  9. consul
    consul 28 November 2012 10: 40
    For completeness, there is not enough photo of Prokudin-Gorsky, for example: peasants on the reap of 1909.
    1. ISO
      ISO 29 November 2012 09: 35
      This is a picture and not a photo ...
      1. fern
        fern 29 November 2012 23: 48
        No . These are photographs. Initially, they were black and white, but Prokudin-Gorsky somehow gave them color (I don’t know, I don’t understand) and received full-color images. I heard that even Nicholas II (as a lover of cinema and photography) was delighted with the work of Prokudin and allocated him a laboratory car on which the photographer traveled around the country and took pictures
        1. Sanches
          Sanches 3 December 2012 13: 51
          150 years ago, at the lecture on the theory of the three primary colors, which took place on May 17, 1861 at the Royal Institute, the world's first color photograph was publicly demonstrated. The photograph was taken by Thomas Sutton, an English photographer and reflex camera inventor, under the direct supervision of renowned Scottish physicist and mathematician James Clerk Maxwell. What you see here is the very first color photograph in the world. It depicts a tartan plaid bow against a black velvet background.
          The idea of ​​the method by which this photograph was taken was developed by Maxwell in 1855. The essence of the method was as follows. The ribbon was sequentially photographed through three color filters - red, green and blue. After that, the three received images were projected onto the screen using three projectors, each of which was also equipped with a color filter - red, green or blue. The combination of three projections into one image resulted in one full-color picture. Thus, Maxwell made a clear confirmation of his theory, which everyone now knows about - all the colors of the world, it turns out, can be conveyed as a combination of three primary colors - red, green and blue.
          Maxwell and Sutton used glass covered with a photographic emulsion (collodion) to film negatives; these three plates are currently stored in a small museum in Edinburgh, in the house where Maxwell was born. As light filters, solutions of salts of various metals were used.
          Much later, almost 100 years after the first color photograph was taken, Kodak specialists repeated the experience of Maxwell and Sutton and came to the conclusion that it was impossible to obtain a red and green image using the materials available at that time. The red exposure was obtained thanks to the ultraviolet light reflected by the red dyes on the plaid, and to which the plate was sensitive, and the green filter partially transmitted the blue rays.
          However, Maxwell's research contained the correct principle of color separation for color photography. After 40 years, the correctness of this method was proved by the first classics of color photography. In particular, at the beginning of the twentieth century, Russian photographer, chemist and inventor Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorsky used a similar, but significantly improved technology to obtain color photographs. It is hard to believe that the photograph shown below was taken 100 years ago - in 1911:
          Alim Khan, 1911. The photograph was taken by Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorsky.

          Maxwell's principles of color separation have been used to this day for taking color photographs. In particular, in the digital photography commonly used today, the photosensitive element is a monochrome spreadsheet, some of which are covered by color filters - red, green and blue. An array of such filters is called a Bayer filter.

          In 1936, the first color film was shot in the USSR, I wonder if this was a continuation of pre-revolutionary technology?
  10. Born in USSR
    Born in USSR 28 November 2012 10: 43
    How much did our Motherland have to endure in just a hundred years! Probably not a single country in the world has experienced such trials in such a short time for history!
  11. Skiff
    Skiff 28 November 2012 11: 12
    Great !!! Strong people, beautiful faces, courageous faces, clever looks, great deeds.
    We used to be feared and respected, but now what is Russian?
    1. carver
      carver 29 November 2012 12: 04

      We are Russians. What is the problem?
  12. AK-47
    AK-47 28 November 2012 11: 24
    How Bud plunged into the past!
  13. nicht ferstehen
    nicht ferstehen 28 November 2012 11: 37
    Yes, another photograph will say more than the whole book of a publicist historian. And most importantly - more truthfully.
  14. Machingver
    Machingver 28 November 2012 11: 38
    Half of the photo is vulgar, the second is cool
    1. Goodmen
      Goodmen 29 November 2012 16: 19
      I do not agree that there are vulgar photos. There is our story, whether you want it or not.
    2. freedom
      freedom 29 November 2012 23: 25
      You, you see, have their own ideas about vulgarity.
    3. Bismark
      Bismark 2 December 2012 19: 47
      I can’t understand where you saw vulgarity. request

      PS Many thanks to the author for the photo! good
  15. Yoke
    Yoke 28 November 2012 11: 48
    Gorgeous! MSU with moose sent to friends from this university))))
  16. The centurion
    The centurion 28 November 2012 12: 29
    Very cool. thanks for the selection.
  17. Avenich
    Avenich 28 November 2012 12: 41
    Pay attention to photo 9. The swastika with the rays directed in the opposite direction is not like that of the German Nazis. Maybe someone will comment, although the question is a little off topic.
    And the collection is notable, I see many photos for the first time.
    1. PN
      PN 28 November 2012 13: 02
      Probably the flag is single-layered and in the photo we see its "translucent" back, not the front side.
    2. Gendalf
      Gendalf 28 November 2012 16: 24
      And what would you think, if you post this photo without a signature, there will certainly be "truth seekers" who, on its basis, will prove that the Nazis still entered Moscow, but the damned communists hid it.
    3. shasherin_pavel
      shasherin_pavel 2 December 2012 14: 28
      The inscription over the swastika on the sword "espionage" and the year 28. Hitler came to power at 32, which means there can be no espionage from Germany, and the swastika is pale, most likely blue and in the opposite direction, a symbol of the Finnish armed forces, which means espionage of the White Finnish military, which already then made its provacations on the border of the Republic of Karelia and the RSFSR. Such swastikas can be seen on aircraft and tanks of Finland until the surrender in 44. And on monuments - tanks or museum exhibits, they still remain.
      1. Sanches
        Sanches 3 December 2012 14: 23
        And it seems to me that this is a protest against religious sects. The inscriptions - "evangelist, baptist, secretive, white-chested" - the Belokrinitskaya hierarchy or the Austrian consent is the Old Believer church, the "secretive" I do not know what it is, "evangelist" and "baptist" is clear and so. Crosses, a swastika (a cross of a different shape) were also in fact once considered a Christian symbol, even "FORD" and "ROCKEFELLER" are written in the shape of a cross. In general, there are quite solid suspicions that this is a protest against religious sects imposed from abroad, through which, by the way, they carry out espionage even today, among other things
  18. Shkodnik65
    Shkodnik65 28 November 2012 14: 56
    Several times, literally in one breath, I reviewed the selection of photos. I fully agree with the site visitors. Awesome !!! After all, they really have different faces. And in those slogans that they believed in banners.
    The author definitely +. Well done!
  19. viruskvartirus
    viruskvartirus 28 November 2012 16: 38
    Photo window past good
  20. scorpido
    scorpido 28 November 2012 16: 51
    Some photos already take for the soul)
  21. Trevis
    Trevis 28 November 2012 16: 54
    Photos of a bygone era sad Thank you for the excursion.
  22. igordok
    igordok 28 November 2012 17: 58
    A selection of thing.
    The photo "Soviet soldier in Berlin, 1945" was discussed in some forums. Fake photo (garrison cap and rolling strange) or true.
    The soldier is painfully "Soviet" and the man behind the cap of the "Soviet soldier" looks like an American cap. And pulling the bike by the wheel is strange.
    1. revnagan
      revnagan 29 November 2012 13: 11
      Quote: igordok
      The soldier is painfully "Soviet" and the man behind the cap of the "Soviet soldier" looks like an American cap. And pulling the bike by the wheel is strange.

      I agree, and the photo with the rifles of the supposedly surrendered to the flames of the Red Army was embarrassing: it's rather 17-18. Well, or the department of Joseph Goebbels worked, creating a production photo.
    2. shasherin_pavel
      shasherin_pavel 2 December 2012 14: 54
      Soviet soldier in Berlten 1945. The cap is not ours - that's for sure, German boots - a short bootleg, breeches - also some kind of strange tailoring, not wide at the hips, but in the ass. The roll is not from an overcoat - maybe a raincoat-tent, and where does an ordinary Soviet soldier get a tablet from? the officers did not even have it. In fact, in XNUMX, not only Soviet soldiers came to Berlin, but the British, the Americans - whose cap is visible in the background, the French, the Poles. Rather, the behavior of a woman is surprising - in none of the memoirs did our soldiers write about the fact that the Germans would refuse at least something to a Soviet soldier, thanks to the disappearance of Goebbels, But, about the fact that they even undressed as soon as a Russian soldier entered the house - this is repeatedly ... One even lay down on the bed, lifted her skirt and read from the dictionary "At least the whole company, just don't touch your daughter." And my daughter is about ten years old. I read this.
      Artyom Drabkin "Minesweeper makes a mistake once" from the memoirs of Lev Solomonovich Sverdlov. pp 246-247.
      “Only the Poles from the Polish Army continued indiscriminately. And when in the same Danzig, the Poles did not stand on ceremony with anybody, they shot prisoners and in front of our eyes threw out civilian Germans from the windows of the upper floors of buildings, we immediately stood up, and the Poles shouted indignantly at us in answer: - "Whom will you squeeze out ?! They destroyed our country. ”I copied it word for word. At 45, a soldier could get into a penal company and be shot for that.
  23. vladimirZ
    vladimirZ 28 November 2012 18: 49
    A selection of rare photographs of the history of the country.
    For the first time I see the loading of wagons into the icebreaker-ferry "Baikal". The second was "Angara". They transported wagons across Lake Baikal when there was still no Circum-Baikal railway. Icebreakers were built in England and shipped to Baikal sometime in 1900.
    Thank you.
  24. Comrade1945
    Comrade1945 28 November 2012 19: 06
    Super easy! laughing
  25. mda
    mda 28 November 2012 20: 19
    I like itgood good
  26. Uruska
    Uruska 28 November 2012 21: 03
    And I also have an interesting photo. More precisely a postcard.
  27. cvx
    cvx 28 November 2012 22: 31
    An interesting selection. 1, 11, 21, 68, 76 especially.
  28. survivor
    survivor 28 November 2012 22: 33
    I look and understand, we pissed off such a stroana! uh! people were bright, kind, and now what? it is not possible to return, but to build again, there is still a chance. there would be a desire!
    1. ISO
      ISO 29 November 2012 09: 56
      It's like Saltykov - Shchedrin about two generals and a man: "... Will a man eat two white rolls? - He will eat them easily, of course, but who will give him ..." One could only be nostalgic about what the goal is of the Soviet state - the creation of the Soviet man, that is, the denationalization of consciousness and, in general, ideally so that he would work well and would not ask the bosses "stupid" questions ... Well, it did not work out of you and me to achieve the ideal of homo sovieticus. I don’t want to be nostalgic for this process, what you mean by the glorious past is the remnants of Russian culture and you don’t need to mix them in one pile with political zababa. On the other hand, the successes of the victorious "Western democracy" are no longer encouraging. They then achieved their goal, formatted Europe under the values ​​of the "new world order" (Judaism, tolerance, pederasty, etc.) and we can see there, and there, as in the song: "Everything became" blue "and green. " Indigenous peoples are degenerating and, as in the good old Roman Empire, are being replaced by "Arabs". So only we ourselves can give ourselves a chance. As soon as the main postulate of Judaism prevails in interpersonal relations: "Everyone is for himself and what will I have with you?" so it means that Russia has run out of all sorts of chances ...
  29. ISO
    ISO 29 November 2012 09: 36
    10 photos today are very relevant ....
    1. SSR
      SSR 29 November 2012 11: 48
      Quote: ISO
      10 photos today are very relevant ....

      *** b .. a hundred years have passed and the Rockefellers still have not disappeared ...
      but IMHA and they will come kayuk .. nothing lasts forever.
  30. Vanek
    Vanek 29 November 2012 09: 59
    86. I got it. 1960 year

    That shch will grab this rag. laughing He remembered himself.

    Professor, thanks for the work. hi
    1. Was mammoth
      Was mammoth 29 November 2012 22: 20
      Also from childhood. And no one was afraid that something would happen to the children
  31. Joonkey
    Joonkey 29 November 2012 12: 51
    Great selection!
  32. DRY
    DRY 29 November 2012 13: 07
    + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
  33. Goodmen
    Goodmen 29 November 2012 16: 22
    Cool selection !!! good
  34. Uncle
    Uncle 29 November 2012 16: 33
    I liked the pictures of children with the slogan "Parents, don't confuse us, don't make Christmas and Christmas tree", Professor, well done, wonderful photos. Are you collecting a collection or someone else's? In general, what prompted you to publish them?
    1. Professor
      29 November 2012 21: 59
      Knocked out photo 86. I figured it out. 1960 year. he himself has one since childhood. Only our mother changed clothes and we walk again into the yard. : year:
      The selection is not mine, but I collect these too.

      Here is another selection

      and not ours

  35. rocketman
    rocketman 29 November 2012 17: 14
    The selection is cool, only Gagarin never drove this car (because the Volga was), and where the Tsar tank is - you need to put the date 1917, this tank was created according to the project of engineer Lebedev, but did not pass tests, the power of 2 "Maybachs "it was not enough for him to run over a simple ditch. Make up your own opinion about the vitality of his opinion, but in general this project is the fruit of Russian gigantomania, if you do something, then it is necessarily great and grandiose, albeit useless, but very large. In addition, you can steal money under the guise of money. At the same time, another tank project was rejected, I don't remember which engineer, in its concept it resembled the T-34.
  36. 8 company
    8 company 29 November 2012 17: 33
    Very interesting photos, a visual story.
  37. Thunderbolt
    Thunderbolt 29 November 2012 18: 53
    As if, the great life of our Motherland flashed before my eyes. Looking at the pictures, I just want to say, with a capital letter, HOMELAND!
  38. SIT
    SIT 29 November 2012 18: 59
    On 73 photos "On Leave" is not 1969. The guy was wearing uniform by order of November 1, 1973, and there were no cassette recorders then. They were not allowed to leave in this form, only in parade. So this is the 70s and the fighter is most likely self-propelled. Damn just like me !! I also ran to my Tanechka in cotton until it was not too washed out and also in the 70s ...
    1. Professor
      29 November 2012 22: 02
      IMHO it's just a transistor, but maybe you're right about the date.

      found the source of the photo
      IGOR GNEVASHEV dismissal. Xnumx
      Source: Press Release Center of Photography named of the Lumiere brothers
      1. SIT
        SIT 30 November 2012 00: 19
        Quote: Professor
        IMHO it's just a transistor,

        This is a cassette recorder "Vesna". It worked from 6 (!) Round batteries. In 1969 there weren't any. And the fighter is probably still not self-propelled. She just drove big bosses. There, on the left, the driver's door is open on the "Chaika".
  39. 916-th
    916-th 29 November 2012 19: 01
    The photo album is super !!!
    Suggestion: here and now continue with his photographs of modern life.
  40. nitrid
    nitrid 29 November 2012 19: 17
    Strongly taken for the soul - a slice of our history.
  41. paul0071
    paul0071 29 November 2012 19: 43
    photo of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, as I understand it, after the accident?
  42. Pushkar
    Pushkar 29 November 2012 21: 05
    Photo 73 was taken not earlier than 1971. This form was introduced in 1970. Judging by the sewn-in trousers, it is an old serviceman. Photo 25 to what? Are you demonstrating "objectivity"? I think. that it was impossible to take a photo of our woman, not giving up the bike, because a German would have shot her right away.
  43. sprut
    sprut 29 November 2012 21: 49
    Super! I am delighted! I liked it very much !!!
  44. davoks
    davoks 30 November 2012 05: 44
    this is what I understand aviation. Neither end nor edge is visible

    57 photograph - on the runway

    1. killganoff
      killganoff 2 December 2012 21: 23
      It was the army of a great power ... Everything was drained.
  45. bistrov.
    bistrov. 30 November 2012 11: 29
    I especially liked the photo on the screen saver, which depicts the parade of athletes of 1937 - athletic figures with elastic, efficient muscles, without signs of modern hypertrophy, decisive faces, ready for anything in the name of the Motherland. Surely most of these people died in the crucible of a terrible war, and now hardly any of them are still alive, but here they remained forever young!
  46. Flooding
    Flooding 30 November 2012 12: 45
    Quote: bistrov.
    athletic figures with elastic, efficient muscles, without signs of modern hypertrophy,

    rather atrophy))

    Greetings from Bessarabia
  47. bistrov.
    bistrov. 30 November 2012 13: 34
    Quote: Flood
    rather atrophy))

    Why are you climbing with your "fly in the ointment", where did you see the "atrophy"? I wish that such a "atrophied" blasted you between the eyes, wherever you would fly with your Romanian ambition.
    1. Flooding
      Flooding 30 November 2012 13: 43
      Quote: bistrov.
      Why are you climbing with your "fly in the ointment", where did you see the "atrophy"? I wish that such a "atrophied" blasted you between the eyes, wherever you would fly with your Romanian ambition.

      What can I say to that? Unless I am Ukrainian by nationality ...
      Do you understand what you write, scribbler?
      Quote: bistrov.
      without signs of modern hypertrophy

      I repeat for the slow-witted: rather, without signs of modern atrophy.
      1. bistrov.
        bistrov. 30 November 2012 20: 33
        Flood: -Not let me: -atrophy- the death of any organs or systems of the human body. Hypertrophy is an overdevelopment of the same. Speaking of hypertrophy, I had in mind the excessive development of the skeletal muscles of modern athletes, often even at the expense of flexibility and performance, which sometimes leads to a sharp deterioration in health, disability or even death. Otherwise, if you brought these photos without malicious intent, then I take my words back and apologize.
        1. Flooding
          Flooding 1 December 2012 13: 15
          At this time, accept my apologies for the harsh reaction.
          In Moldova (as before its formation), Slavs have lived for centuries.
          It is unfortunate that all the inhabitants of our land are associated with the Romanoids.
  48. Andrey77
    Andrey77 30 November 2012 14: 13
  49. Wolland
    Wolland 30 November 2012 23: 05
    We remember, we know, we will not forget. Westerners Away Off Hands From Our History !!!
  50. taseka
    taseka 1 December 2012 06: 52
    Thank! I looked with interest!
    This is from me:Cavalrymen near Berlin 1945
    1. Uruska
      Uruska 2 December 2012 20: 42
      Very interesting photo!
      I have something like that. Tachanka, which is stored in the Taman Museum
      brigades. And in the old days, the Presidential Cavalry Export sometimes "walked" her.