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Jamahiriya in the photos of the beginning of 80's

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LJ user 4044415 writes: The photo album "Libyan Jamahiriya" was donated back in the distant 1981 year to my grandfather, who worked / served just in that country. Considering that soon история Livia, the time of Muammar Gaddafi will be rewritten "upside down" by specially trained people a little more than completely, then these archival photos may be interesting to someone to form their own opinions.


PS: I will specifically clarify that I have no idea whether the Jamahiriya was a good state system or a bad one, whether Gaddafi was a despot or benefactor. This is just the digitization of historical (now) photos.

Jamahiriya in the photos of the beginning of 80's














































































































































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About the book: LIBYA JAMAHIRIYA Published in 1981 by the Department of Cultural Relations of the Administrative Committee of the Revolutionary Information. Printed in France. Pictures by Ali Alabanne, Michel Gill, Gustave Gintzburger, Sylvain Julienne, Eric Preau, Ramadan, Rosy Rouleau, Ali Toumi.
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  1. Foamas
    Foamas 11 November 2011 08: 45
    -2
    It is very similar to our socialist campaigns about the republics.
    Nature, industry, army, leadership.
    Study, medicine, sport.
    National color, traditions (in moderation).
    In short, some pluses without cons.
    I was very surprised here by the photo collection at Bikpichka, Afghanistan (late 60s), in general, almost an oriental tale with obvious elements of European progress.
    Photos like these - women without headscarves and veils, factories with modern weaving equipment, hydroelectric power stations, Beatles record shops in Kabul, bus stops with people in European clothes, etc.
    1. Serge_SB
      Serge_SB 11 November 2011 09: 02
      +9
      But it was ........ And now, with the establishment of "crap" from the Pindos, even this will not happen .......
      1. His
        His 11 November 2011 18: 28
        +1
        Gaddafi created all this. He destroyed everything. At the end of his life he relaxed: he believed the west. But it didn’t work out. Fucked and flew away
  2. Joker
    Joker 11 November 2011 09: 41
    +1
    I remember someone shouting that they have more per capita income than Americans. Something is not like.
    1. Foamas
      Foamas 11 November 2011 09: 52
      +2
      Not .., well, pictures 81, by 2011. income has probably grown a little.
  3. Ivanych
    Ivanych 11 November 2011 12: 23
    +3
    I think the older generation with nostalgia will remember those times, as in our country ..
  4. strelok-07
    strelok-07 11 November 2011 13: 42
    +3
    But we have the opportunity after some time to compare, before and after. My opinion is that I do not think that the Libyans will benefit from a change of power.
    1. Pacifist
      Pacifist 11 November 2011 15: 15
      +5
      They will definitely lose. Only that crowd of ibmicils who destroyed their country with the hands of others will understand this too late. When, instead of a socially generally prosperous country with guaranteed free medicine and education, lifting and other benefits, they will receive a "democratic" crowd of African homeless people.
  5. fellow misha
    fellow misha 11 November 2011 18: 44
    +2
    It’s clear that this is a beautiful picture, but how do you think that the NATO-Pindos boot walked through all this?
  6. mark021105
    mark021105 12 November 2011 00: 44
    +5
    Remember our country in the 90s ... There was no war, but in many, if not all, cities there was complete devastation until the beginning of the 2000s ... So the shit-democrats of all countries are the same: destroy everything and then grab it ... And before everything belonged to everyone - education, medicine, it was prestigious to be a military man, pensioners did not feed in garbage dumps .... etc ....
  7. dred
    dred 27 November 2011 10: 38
    -1
    It hurts like the USSR.
    1. Artemka
      Artemka 27 November 2011 10: 42
      0
      More specifically, what is it like?
  8. dred
    dred 27 November 2011 12: 39
    -1
    Take a look at the photo questions will disappear. Byt clothes.
  9. Butchcassidy
    Butchcassidy April 25 2017 13: 26
    0
    For a long time, Libya will remember all this ...