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The main thing - to suit sat



It always amazed me: why the Soviet posters about the “friendship of nations” under the flag of the RSFSR depict a man in a modern suit and tie, and the rest of the representatives of the “Indestructible Union” —who is what: embroidered shirts, trousers, kokoshniki, dressing gowns, wreaths, ribbons, belt scarves ... A solid "ethnography" ...

And all this crap has a very distant relation to real ethnography. In some of the microscopic Latvian folk costumes there are dozens, in each village they have their own “embroidered shirts”, their own kokoshniks, their own brooch-belts. And at all they are not as beautiful and rich as Soviet posters painted.

Generally speaking, the museum exhibit called “the wedding suit of a prosperous Latvian 18 of the 20th century” is a rare squalor of coarse sackcloth with rawhide slippers on the ropes. The "well-to-do" still had sneakers, and the rest of the Latvians walked barefoot all their lives, even at their own wedding.

My Latvian grandfather got his first boots in life only in 19 years, when he volunteered to fight in the First World War for the Russian Tsar-Father. Got out of stock from the non-commissioned officer. I'm not lying - he told me that himself.

Moreover, the Latvians against the background of the peoples of the other "free republics" still lived well. Google pre-revolutionary photos, you will find a lot of interesting things. For example, for most Western Ukrainians, the national costume looked like this:



The national costumes of most of the inhabitants of Central Asia and the Caucasus did not look much better either ... Well, okay. In those dark times and outfits, American cowboys looked much more modest than Hollywood painted them later.


Why am I doing this? And the fact that the leaders of the USSR (from 1917 year to 1991-th - everything!), In my opinion, made a big and unforgivable mistake in the national policy of the country.

Its essence: the diligent promotion of "embroidery" (gowns, wreaths, kokoshniks, belt scarves, daggers). On the Soviet posters it is just rushing into the eyes. Russian - in a modern suit, and the rest - from the "Museum of Ethnography". From the invented museum.

In reality, such national costumes never existed. They were composed and painted in Soviet times. On the same Soviet posters and in the same Soviet concert films shows. The whole industry worked - artists, fashion designers, garment factories, the PR industry of those times.

You will laugh, I personally felt the influence of the Soviet “embroidery” industry. In the pink childhood I lived in the city of Krasnodar. I was very unlucky: I had a sonorous voice (not smoked, as it is now). Because I was recorded in the school choir. And this choir once won a city competition ...

As a result, one day, business aunts came to us, took measurements of us, and a month later we, unhappy schoolchildren, were dressed in “Cossack” costumes - boots, cloth riding breeches with stripes, striped shirts, and hats. We have not just been given horses.

As I remember: the product was first class. Even the boots were made of real leather (the first boots in my life!). And in this ammunition we delighted with our singing the ear of the Krasnodar party leaders at all ceremonial events ... I hate choral singing ever since ...

But the point is: we, the children, were dressed in adult costumes of “prosperous Cossacks” from the popular print movie “Kuban Cossacks”. We take into account: the lop-eared babies of my then-age even in the not poor pre-revolutionary Cossack families ran in long canvas shirts. Not that boots, not even personal pants, were supposed to be ...

At the start of the 90's, the Letts suddenly gained independence. What struck: they started to sew themselves national costumes in droves. It was an amazing sight: suddenly thousands of people dressed in the fashion of “well-to-do rural Latvians of 18 of the 20th century” began to walk around the streets. And not the fashion, the real samples of which are hung in the Museum of Ethnography, but the one that Soviet designers invented them in Soviet times.

The trouble is that the Soviet ideological pop culture has played a cruel joke with the national consciousness of the peoples of the USSR. Promoting the friendship of peoples, she inspired them through the “embroidery aesthetics” false impression of the initial independent prosperity - the total “prosperity” of their peoples.

Look again at the Soviet poster. The representative of Russia - in a simple factory suit. And all the nations of the rest of the 14 republics are in handmade attire from the best national designers. Embroidered shirts, robes, belts, hats, silver, gold jewelry, beads, monist, daggers and other bright jewelry ...

Visual images are strong stuff. When children see a movie about Rambo, they are smeared with green watercolor and play supermen: ta-ta-ta-you are killed. And they believe in the omnipotence of green watercolor, if it smears the face.

Similarly, in adults. If in the “family of fraternal peoples” (on a poster, in a movie, in a concert) your representative is dressed for life as “well-off Latvian”, “well-off Tajik”, “well-to-do Moldavian”, then the stories of his own grandfather are somehow forgotten his pants were turned off when his ripe testicles started peeking out from under his canvas shirt. And about the gold-embroidered robe, silver dagger, chrome boots, he could not dream to death.

And there is an illusion that if you somehow jump away from this Russian guy in a simple suit and tie, then you will automatically become a “prosperous” kid, like on a poster.

Latvians have already realized that by wearing an “embroidery” and a “kokoshnik”, they become similar to well-to-do Latvians from a Soviet poster. But wealthy - by the standards of the 18-th century. Ukrainians - not yet. They now have a period of "embroidery" in full swing.

Soviet poster is a strong thing ...
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  1. Mavrikiy
    Mavrikiy 1 June 2016 06: 19
    -5
    I didn’t understand anything, but the words seem to be correct.
    1. DIMA45R
      DIMA45R 1 June 2016 07: 20
      -2
      The author got to the bottom of a symbolic propaganda poster ... National costumes are not uniforms to be universal and standardized, and those who got into the museum are not an obligatory standard.
      Another no less interesting idea is that on the poster they should have painted ragged people with dirty faces ... otherwise 83,4% could not afford to lie and embellished reality ....... Well, this is generally the greatest idio .. dolbo ... , and it was also invented that the one in the suit doesn’t seem to be friends with the others ... I DO NOT LIKE SUCH reasoning!
      1. Andrey Yuryevich
        Andrey Yuryevich 1 June 2016 07: 29
        +4
        Quote: DIMA45R
        Another no less interesting idea was that on the poster they should paint ragged people with unwashed faces ... otherwise lies and embellished reality

        well yes. should look like this: Ukrainians:
        1. Andrey Yuryevich
          Andrey Yuryevich 1 June 2016 07: 31
          +3
          and so the Russians:
          1. Andrey Yuryevich
            Andrey Yuryevich 1 June 2016 07: 41
            +5
            for the minuser, okay, like this russian:
            1. volodimer
              volodimer 1 June 2016 09: 19
              +2
              Well, if you draw 3 men in "national" costumes on the top poster, then who will understand that they are Ukrainian, Russian and Belarusian? Etozh three from the box, the same from the face. And so at least some difference explains the presence of 3 republics.
            2. Bayonet
              Bayonet 1 June 2016 10: 31
              -2
              Quote: Andrey Yurievich
              for the minuser, okay, like this, the Russians

              Fuck them, Yuryevich - and someone put a minus to this! laughing
          2. alekc75
            alekc75 1 June 2016 08: 43
            0
            I can’t give you + = the program does not let me go 2 times
        2. sgazeev
          sgazeev 1 June 2016 07: 46
          +2
          Rather, they are Moldavians or Romanians, hats and faces are not Slavic.
          1. Horn
            Horn 1 June 2016 08: 22
            +2
            Zapadentsy. Hutsuls.
      2. Vladimir.z.
        Vladimir.z. 1 June 2016 08: 31
        -4
        Quote: DIMA45R
        The author has got to the bottom of a symbolic propaganda poster ... I DO NOT LIKE SUCH REASONS!


        I also do not like such articles ..... the authors of such a scribble just to tear out the paper (Internet space) and show the traffic. And the fact that those holding power, that before, that now, without embellishment can not ...
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    3. Mavrikiy
      Mavrikiy 1 June 2016 10: 37
      0
      Quote: Mavrikiy
      I didn’t understand anything, but the words seem to be correct.

      Re-read. Now I understand, well, complete nonsense. By the way, in the photo Moldova, they told me themselves.
    4. larand
      larand 1 June 2016 12: 19
      +1
      Quote: Mavrikiy
      I didn’t understand anything, but the words seem to be correct.

      The author, as he writes the poor child since childhood, tried to express that in his opinion everything was bad and wrong in the Soviet Union. But the author didn’t say whether it became right 25 years after the assassination of the USSR, apparently he has not figured it out yet.
  2. Приговор
    Приговор 1 June 2016 06: 22
    +25
    Damn the scum that killed my country. I will not forgive while I'm alive.
    1. Aleksandr72
      Aleksandr72 1 June 2016 06: 33
      +13
      The article and your commentary on it were inspired by:
      1. volodimer
        volodimer 1 June 2016 09: 35
        +3
        Yes, I remember in a pioneer camp I myself had the opportunity to raise a flag on a mast on a common ruler, under a drum fight ... It seems that you just pull a rope ... But pride!
        And at an interview in the district committee before being admitted to the Komsomol, they asked me a question: what does the flag of the USSR look like, but I, who could describe the flags of all the Union republics, blunted it specifically ... It was a terrible shame for me then ... And as for the characters from the Museum of Ethnography, I remember how a representative of the far right republic told me that their cows give more milk than Russians, that's why they have everything. We Far Easterners looked and envied.
        1. alicante11
          alicante11 1 June 2016 10: 44
          +3
          And at an interview in the district committee before being admitted to the Komsomol, they asked me a question: what does the flag of the USSR look like, and I, who could describe the flags of all Union republics, blunted specifically ...


          And I received the only unit at school for a pioneer oath when I copied it into a notebook. Oh, and there was a scandal, one of the best students of the class and a candidate for the chairmen of the council of the pioneer detachment after being accepted into pioneers, and such a jamb. But thanks to our teacher, Olga Ivanovna, even though she herself put this unit, but shut up everyone, leave the child behind, they say, was worried.
          In general, if you look in retrospect like that, then it's like some kind of rock. When they took in the pioneers, the lock on the door broke, in the end, until my mother arrived from work, he was late for the ceremony. He came running, no, of course, when everyone had already gone on a tour of the aviation museum. True, they still accepted one in front of the rest of the class after the tour.
      2. Aleksander
        Aleksander 1 June 2016 10: 38
        0
        And I do not want to go back to the country in which ALL national suburbs (republics) were created, built, and lived at the expense of Russia , to the detriment of Russia and due to the robbery of the Russian people.
        I was indignant even in Soviet times: what a striking contrast there was between the rich villages of Moldova with electricity and asphalt on the one hand and the poorest Smolensk village without electricity (1964) and with complete impassability.
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  3. Alexander Romanov
    Alexander Romanov 1 June 2016 06: 24
    +13
    For example, in most Western Ukrainians the national costume looked like this:
    Soon they will look the same again laughing
    On Soviet posters, it is just rushing into the eyes. Russian is in a modern suit, and the rest are from the “Museum of Ethnography”.
    I saw this poster 100 times, but never paid attention or attached any importance to who was dressed in what.
    The author probably deduces the hypothesis of all ills.
    Take another look at the Soviet poster.
    The author, what pester?
    1. torp
      torp 1 June 2016 07: 11
      +10
      The coolest thing is that for a hundred years, Western Ukrainians only changed their costume, but there is no ragul appearance! belay
      1. CONTROL
        CONTROL 1 June 2016 07: 28
        +7
        Quote: torp
        The coolest thing is that for a hundred years, Western Ukrainians only changed their costume, but there is no ragul appearance! belay

        ... ah, if only appearance! ... Brains - 300 years ago, that's the trouble!
        1. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 1 June 2016 07: 58
          +3
          Quote: CONTROL
          .. Brains - 300 years ago, that’s the trouble!

          Evolution Bypassed Their Side laughing
          1. yehat
            yehat 2 June 2016 14: 20
            0
            but degradation overtook. lazy, arrogant steel.
            in general, Darwin is the first to drop out.
      2. samoletil18
        samoletil18 1 June 2016 07: 35
        +2
        Quote: torp
        The coolest thing is that for a hundred years, Western Ukrainians only changed their costume, but there is no ragul appearance! belay

        Personal experience in communicating with them suggests a lack of intellectual development, which was in 1990 and in 2004 among representatives of app. Ukrainian.
        And what I see on TV, says that in 2016 also unchanged.
  4. Barakuda
    Barakuda 1 June 2016 06: 26
    +11
    Interesting article. I didn’t even think about it, but there is something. But really - the same embroidered shirt costs quite specific money in Ukraine, I think it’s not cheaper before the revolution. Why does a simple farmer have such everyday luxury? especially boots.
    1. alicante11
      alicante11 1 June 2016 10: 47
      +2
      - the same embroidery stands in Ukraine quite specific


      So they themselves were sewed and embroidered by women. With boots, of course, more difficult, but for a solemn occasion in the chest always lay, at least grandfathers.
  5. moskowit
    moskowit 1 June 2016 06: 26
    +8
    In general, it is subtly noticed. Indeed, on the posters the representative of the RSFSR is always a man in a suit and tie, the Ukrainian SSR is always a woman in a wreath with ribbons of boots and an embroidered shirt, as in the illustrations for Gogol ... And so on ...
    1. BecmepH
      BecmepH 1 June 2016 07: 02
      0
      moskowit
      Indeed, on posters the representative of the RSFSR is always a man in a suit and tie, the Ukrainian SSR is always a woman in a wreath with ribbons, boots and an embroidered shirt,
      And what, on the poster it is signed that this is a representative of the RSFSR or Ukraine, or .. etc.?)))
      1. CONTROL
        CONTROL 1 June 2016 07: 31
        +1
        Quote: BecmepH
        moskowit
        Indeed, on posters the representative of the RSFSR is always a man in a suit and tie, the Ukrainian SSR is always a woman in a wreath with ribbons, boots and an embroidered shirt,
        And what, on the poster it is signed that this is a representative of the RSFSR or Ukraine, or .. etc.?)))

        The average citizen of the country of victorious developed socialism! ...
    2. kashtak
      kashtak 1 June 2016 07: 22
      +3
      Quote: moskowit
      In general, it is subtly noticed. Indeed, on posters the representative of the RSFSR is always a man in a suit and tie,

      sorry, but what nonsense you wrote. and your suits are not like that, and there is not enough rags on them. you see a narrow assortment, not all villages are represented. a man in a "factory" or simply a modern suit, this is a modern man surrounded by people in conventionally old festive clothes who symbolically represent the republics. all this symbolizes the friendship of peoples in the USSR. the author did not like the adult Cossack costume on the children. I should have let him out on stage without pants. he offers to google old photos. so let them google such suits were, if not all, then many, only they wore them not every day, but on holidays. so what is the article about? or the author is enraged by the idea of ​​friendship of peoples? so let him write that.
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  6. Banishing liberoids
    Banishing liberoids 1 June 2016 06: 31
    +6
    Well, my friend, what do you want, so that on the posters of the transition to the USSR, the representatives of the "fraternal republics" were depicted as they really are? For such a poster you could at least lose your job, or freedom. Creation of a stereotype in the West - in a socialist state everyone lives not just well, but very well. And the authorities, believe me, did it well.
  7. Humpty
    Humpty 1 June 2016 06: 32
    0
    Still, if you look at what was painted on the Soviet national agitation - they sing, dance, do nothing creative, a primitive popular pub for savages. And the opposite - men with a hammer or women with a sickle without skullcaps and daggers.
  8. Taygerus
    Taygerus 1 June 2016 06: 32
    +1
    I didn’t understand what the author wanted to say, some sort of conspiracy theory of Soviet posters
  9. LÄRZ
    LÄRZ 1 June 2016 06: 33
    +5
    And there is an illusion that if you somehow jump away from this Russian guy in a simple suit and tie, then you will automatically become a “prosperous” kid, like on a poster.
    So, about "jumped back" everything turned out clearly, briskly jumped. But with prosperity some kind of discrepancy came out. Something doesn't grow together without this guy in a simple suit. Or jumped in the wrong direction, huh?
  10. rf xnumx
    rf xnumx 1 June 2016 06: 34
    +19
    My Latvian grandfather got his first boots in his life only when he was 19, when he volunteered to fight in World War I for the Russian Tsar-Father. Got in stock from a non-commissioned officer
    But now you are "flourishing"
  11. 1536
    1536 1 June 2016 06: 35
    +7
    It is true that this article was posted on the site. Most importantly, it all continues. And then these nationals will want to Europe. Some already wanted to, but they had completely gone completely awkward, and now they don’t even need to do it themselves, and no one knows what to do with them now, because there are many millions of people ... individuals.
    There is a common highway along which human culture moves in a forward direction no matter what. There are world religions that urge a person to move along this highway without turning anywhere. But there are ignoramuses, faint-hearted or sick people, as well as enemies of the human race who call for abandoning civilization, living in a cannibalistic way, do nothing, but have everything, because they are supposed to. Who should be? Without labor, as they say, you can’t even take a fish out of a pond. Talking that they need to be cherished and cherished - these marginal ones, does not work, an example of this is the wild hooliganism on the streets of Moscow, to which we witnessed recently.
    I think that not a single Indian in the States will say anything bad about his country! When someone does not want to enter the mainstream of normal human development, wears these "embroidered shirts" for display, and then digs caches and runs a werewolf through the city streets, starts a civil war, which means that the policy towards him should be appropriate. And what can we call it there - whether it is a reservation or domesticization, but without this policy we cannot survive as a state.
  12. Dmitry Potapov
    Dmitry Potapov 1 June 2016 06: 39
    +1
    For me, the author is raving! Or knows nothing. On the posters of the USSR, the national costume of the Uzbek is distinguished from thousand. grew up in Uzbekistan, and Tajik, Turkmen too.
  13. V.ic
    V.ic 1 June 2016 06: 39
    +4
    Popular pictures are an "adjective" to a "noun". And the noun during the collapse of the USSR / more precisely, a very significant factor / was the desire of the local "Soviet" / or rather the party / nomenklatura to "steer" on their own, so as not to be afraid that investigator Gdlyan would come from Moscow and start digging carefully hidden three-liter jars in the garden, chock-full of red paper dozens. And the most powerful mine was the construction of communism, announced by "Lukich" at the 3rd Congress of the RKSM. Of course, communism existed for a limited circle of people, but only with the permission of "Moscow" ... "The historical memory of the people" is easily corrected within 2 generations. By the time secondary sexual characteristics appear, the current eaters of kindersurprise and chupa-chups will be unequivocally sure that Stalin was a criminal, Khrushchev ... a little stupid, but good, since he brought Stalin out of the Mausoleum. Brezhnev is a petty politician of the era of Alla Pugacheva, and Yeltsin is the greatest man of the 20th century who destroyed the totalitarian monster - the USSR.
  14. Stinger
    Stinger 1 June 2016 06: 44
    +3
    Yes ... a flaw. Was it necessary for the representative of the RSFSR to be with a balalaika, shout "Kalinka" and lead the bear on a leash? And because in a suit, there were 10 times more nationalities living in the RSFSR than in all the future "squares" together with Europe. So, walk in European boots, Latvian, among non-citizens in bast shoes.
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  15. samarin1969
    samarin1969 1 June 2016 06: 55
    +6
    Yesterday he declared the "second after the Guarantor" the most respected profession in Russia - a businessman.
    Then a "wealthy Russian" should look something like this.
    P.S. school designers note wink
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 1 June 2016 06: 59
      +3
      Quote: samarin1969
      Then a "wealthy Russian" should look something like this.

      90s passed.
      1. Gorinich
        Gorinich 1 June 2016 09: 18
        0
        "Chaos in the heads ..."
  16. 96423lom
    96423lom 1 June 2016 06: 57
    +6
    Myths of the USSR are an example of twisting history, out of good intentions, but there were many lies. This also applies to national politics, but in fact many nations did not even have their own written language. All this was given to them by the Soviet government, bashfully for some reason silent about it. Over time, the peoples of the USSR became convinced that they were cultural, dedicated, and prosperous that led the unwashed Russia out of barbarism, forgetting that the Russian people alone created the Great Empire and saved these very peoples in the literal sense from annihilation. And then he taught, fed, dressed. I am not a chauvinist, but I believe that internationalism is the most terrible invention of the Bolsheviks.
  17. Flinky
    Flinky 1 June 2016 07: 22
    -2
    # Yanihrenan did not understand
    1. Mavrikiy
      Mavrikiy 1 June 2016 17: 13
      -1
      Quote: Flinky
      # Yanihrenan did not understand

      Well then, join in. Chichas, we will clean the libera brain, set. As you prefer.
      But there’s nothing to understand. Grand-eaters forge theories.
  18. kit_bellew
    kit_bellew 1 June 2016 07: 46
    +11
    It seemed to me alone that the author very selectively placed the images in the article? But what about this, for example, where the RSFSR is also represented "nationally prosperously"? And there are many more such illustrations, I remember well from my childhood. Those who want to google themselves.
    1. Mavrikiy
      Mavrikiy 1 June 2016 17: 27
      0
      Quote: kit_bellew
      It seemed to me alone that the author very selectively placed the images in the article? But what about this, for example, where the RSFSR is also represented "nationally prosperously"? And there are many more such illustrations, I remember well from my childhood. Those who want to google themselves.

      Dear, illustrations are for a topic, not a topic for illustrations. And the grandees give for the topic. Any questions?
      We all reason in terms of common sense. And there the point of view is different, making profit at all costs. And here we are sitting at the same table and trying to talk.
  19. Avis24
    Avis24 1 June 2016 07: 47
    +4
    Not minus, not plus. The author also forgot to tell about jeans that this is generally the clothes of miners and prospectors. And put the photo. Why the article? I do not understand. I pushed to see the recommended photos. Interesting story.
    My parents have a real Ukrainian embroidery, they stayed from my grandmother. Virtually not worn. Homespun linen and hand embroidery. Comfortable, pleasant to the body. I wonder how much a shirt of similar quality costs in the store now? The poster is just a symbol of the era. And how many symbols of our modernity correspond to the real situation? Definitely not all. Why should Santa Claus stick, he really does not freeze.
    1. Mavrikiy
      Mavrikiy 1 June 2016 17: 35
      -1
      Quote: Avis24
      Why the article? I do not understand. I pushed to see the recommended photos.

      Another one of our regiment. Have a seat. An article about "The Soviet poster is a strong thing ...".
      As a result of the destructive action of which the USSR collapsed. There are no other extreme ones.
  20. Avis24
    Avis24 1 June 2016 07: 48
    +1
    Not minus, not plus. The author also forgot to tell about jeans that this is generally the clothes of miners and prospectors. And put the photo. Why the article? I do not understand. I pushed to see the recommended photos. Interesting story.
    My parents have a real Ukrainian embroidery, they stayed from my grandmother. Virtually not worn. Homespun linen and hand embroidery. Comfortable, pleasant to the body. I wonder how much a shirt of similar quality costs in the store now? The poster is just a symbol of the era. And how many symbols of our modernity correspond to the real situation? Definitely not all. Why should Santa Claus stick, he really does not freeze.
  21. fa2998
    fa2998 1 June 2016 08: 10
    +3
    Quote: Alexander Romanov
    90s passed.

    Did you say that state Chubais is already in prison and is winding off his 25-year term in Solikamsk? Or a handful of oligarchs have already parted with their lion's piece of national property? Or is there democracy in this country instead of autocracy? In my opinion, the 90s are just the crimson jackets were exchanged for suits "from Armani"! And the gangster "showdowns" moved from the vacant lots to the offices and meetings of the deputies. wassat laughing yes hi
  22. Zomanus
    Zomanus 1 June 2016 08: 11
    +1
    No, well, it’s not bad written. Yes, and the posters show that the modern leader is Russian.
    And the rest are like that, a village redneck. From this point of view did not try to consider the poster?
    The fact that earlier not everyone could afford such outfits, so now it is not "earlier".
  23. Million
    Million 1 June 2016 08: 11
    0
    Chic photo! Blank for demotivators)
  24. Engineer
    Engineer 1 June 2016 08: 43
    +4
    Quote: Andrew Y.
    and so the Russians:

    no, Russians should wear red sports jackets with an inscription in English RUSSIA
  25. Tanya
    Tanya 1 June 2016 08: 51
    0
    First, the Victorious People were divided by borders, now they are opposed to each other in trousers. Have come ...
    1. V.ic
      V.ic 1 June 2016 09: 26
      +3
      Quote: Tanya
      now oppose each other in the pants. Have come ...

      the phrase of boy B from the movie "Kin-dza-dza": "A society where there is no color differentiation of pants has no purpose."
      1. Tanya
        Tanya 1 June 2016 09: 34
        0
        Quote: V.ic
        Quote: Tanya
        now oppose each other in the pants. Have come ...

        the phrase of boy B from the movie "Kin-dza-dza": "A society where there is no color differentiation of pants has no purpose."

        You +100500 laughing laughing laughing good
    2. Mavrikiy
      Mavrikiy 1 June 2016 17: 38
      -1
      Quote: Tanya
      First, the Victorious People were divided by borders, now they are opposed to each other in trousers. Have come ...

      But nothing personal, business, and probably very successful. Look how many hangers-on.
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  28. Red_Hamer
    Red_Hamer 1 June 2016 09: 00
    0
    The answer to the article is for the author, and everyone who is interested in the plot (see full) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IcLtkRPmya8
    1. Mavrikiy
      Mavrikiy 1 June 2016 18: 02
      +1
      Quote: Red_Hamer
      The answer to the article is for the author, and everyone who is interested in the plot (see full) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IcLtkRPmya8

      I looked. Completely. "One can only believe in Russia" he knew. And I don't completely agree with Tyutchev. Faith alone is not enough to understand, evaluate, measure Russia. Only love for Russia will help to understand and appreciate what THIS is. This is not praneta, this is space. Leskov and Gogol.
      And so clips of this quality, yes, almost recently, and did not come across.
  29. realist
    realist 1 June 2016 09: 15
    +5
    In the USSR, the national republics were supplied with goods and products at a very high level (lower than Moscow and Leningrad, but higher than the cities of millionaires), so they were happy with life, and the Russian hinterland lived in such a terrible state of supply that God forbid. and for me in Astrakhan there was not much difference in the shop windows in 1984 and in 1991 .....
  30. Ruswolf
    Ruswolf 1 June 2016 09: 56
    -2
    It is not clear what did not like in the posters?
    All in national clothes. The multinationality of the USSR was emphasized
    Why is one in a suit? Showed the development and education of peoples. There were 15 sisters (republics) therefore, as the central figure, they chose the poster of the representative of the RSFSR for POLIT. That's all.
    And where does the political poster and the history of the clothing of peoples?
    What is the meaning of the article? A discussion of plitagitation (including posters) or a discussion of history from the point of view of the national development of national clothing or the standard of living of peoples in the territories of the former Soviet republics? request
  31. Basil50
    Basil50 1 June 2016 10: 08
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    In the main, the author is right, in the SOVIET UNION they never emphasized the nationality of the heroes, much less the nationality of the villains. All peoples were equal, here in the national suburbs in * directors * there were necessarily local cadres, but in the deputies RUSSIAN specialists were already obligatory. Of course, they were among * local * both knowledgeable and skilled, but not from the * correct * birth and * family *, therefore they had no posts.
    Already in the seventies, the most prudent * Russian-speaking * tried to get out of Central Asia to RUSSIA.
    I was * lucky * in the eighties to work in Ukraine, distributed, and there it was exactly the same. The author is right that many national cadres believed in their exclusivity and uniqueness; but how little knowledge, little skill, and in office, also commands. For many * the roof went *, I had to observe this too often, of course they changed too odious, but almost always like that.
    Today, on the outskirts, they loudly and widely broadcast about * feeding RUSSIA *, oppression and other crap, but only rarely * does * include * the brain. It is so nice to realize one’s own exclusiveness and the fact that * evil ... * do not give life. An example is almost all the outskirts.
    In RUSSIA, they are trying to create national republics, and there the same processes are taking place to mythologize the merits and achievements of * national cadres *.
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    2. Aleksander
      Aleksander 1 June 2016 10: 59
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      Quote: Vasily50
      many national cadres believed in their exclusivity and uniqueness

      These national cadres did not appear out of nowhere; they were artificially CREATED and brought up precisely in Soviet national universities, where was thought up national culture, literature, up to writing. And they fostered nationalist monsters, confident in their superiority.
      Enough to remember. that ardent Russophobes like Grushevsky, Golubovich, etc., who fought with Russia, were kindly co-ruled by the authorities and carried out the wild Ukrainianization of Russians in New Russia.
      1. Basil50
        Basil50 2 June 2016 19: 36
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        to alexader. I completely agree that the national cadres were grown precisely in national universities, and when, under Khrushchev, they removed the very possibility of controlling the party nomenclature, the degeneration on the basis of nationalism became irreversible.
  32. infantryman2020
    infantryman2020 1 June 2016 10: 47
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    Great article. Previously, no one raised the topic.
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  34. Chulman
    Chulman 1 June 2016 12: 10
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    Quote: Aleksander
    And I do not want to go back to the country in which ALL national suburbs (republics) were created, built, and lived at the expense of Russia , to the detriment of Russia and due to the robbery of the Russian people.
    I was indignant even in Soviet times: what a striking contrast there was between the rich villages of Moldova with electricity and asphalt on the one hand and the poorest Smolensk village without electricity (1964) and with complete impassability.

    I agree with you! What do you want? If a couple of years ago, in one of the villages of our Krasnodar Territory, not lost in the vastness of Russia, they conducted gas. Although the pipe, as they say all my life, was nearby. So people like in the old days, tables were arranged in a row on the street, covered with what God sent. What holiday was !!!!!!! So in those days I don’t want to come back, well, is it only to be small and see all our relatives alive and healthy? smile
    1. alicante11
      alicante11 1 June 2016 12: 48
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      If a couple of years ago, in one of the villages of our Krasnodar Territory, not lost in the vastness of Russia, they conducted gas. Although the pipe, as they say all my life was near


      And to us in a suburban cottage village only this year. And give me 200 thousand for the connection and do not sin. And that's just for the sidebar, all equipment and work are separate. And what does "that country" have to do with it?
  35. Bayun
    Bayun 1 June 2016 19: 07
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    I offer a top view. What are the real CIVILIZATIONS on Earth today? Western, the essence is British. Close to her, Spanish-Portuguese with a "rusting" Catholic core. Let's add Islamic, Indian, Chinese, Japanese and our Russian with "resurrected" Orthodoxy.

    Note that the main "war of the worlds" is between Western and Russian. In fact, representatives of ONE (!) Race and - ONE (!) Faith - play Highlanders-MacLauts ("there should be only one left"), risking perishing in a military confrontation.

    By the way, "Russian = Orthodox = Soviet" in a suit is ABSOLUTELY RIGHT! There is no Russian "nationality" and never was. There was a Russian SOSLOVNOE of warriors and rulers, under which nationalities fell (Russia, Chud, Erzya, Merya, Muroma ... a lot of us). The Pomors have one ethnography, the Cossacks have another, but both are REAL Russian people. It is logical to assume that Russia was the most downhole, therefore, the peoples who fell under its influence were called Russians. And the elites of these peoples voluntarily accepted the worldview of Russia: the entrance to the circle of warriors and boyars was open to the daring men of all peoples.

    Belonging to Civilization is determined by birth (where he was born - there he fit), it is "burned out" in the heart. A chaste person can voluntarily join another World by the affinity of his soul. But woe to the poor fellow who is looking for a "better life" with his mind: he will lose his own, he will not find something new. Striving for a different self-perception tears and embitters the heart, and cloudes the mind. This is true both for an individual and for an entire country (Ukraine, Turkey, South Africa).

    National (traditions, genus, etc.) should be present in life at will, but only at the everyday and cultural level. It is shortsighted to put the national above Civilization. For example, in the USSR, any Georgian could become "Stalin", and now - at most - "Saakoshvil";)
  36. faterdom
    faterdom 1 June 2016 23: 44
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    This dress code is now called. Russian in the 20th century, oddly enough, is dressed in a costume of the 20th century. Because he goes to work. The rest are so prosperous, already from the 18th century, that there are still no demolition of great-grandmother's embroidered shirts, and they don’t need to work (chickens don’t peck money).
    True, Georgians have always been offended by such posters that they do not look out of the black Volga.
  37. esaul1950
    esaul1950 2 June 2016 23: 27
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    A good article and thanks to the author ... but, reading the comments, I am surprised at the huge number of not very distant people who did not understand the subtle humor and some bitterness expressed by the author of the article about the USSR, sadly.
  38. Yun Klob
    Yun Klob 26 May 2021 06: 50
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    The actual look of the Ukrainian embroidered shirt was approved in the USSR and in 1953 they began to produce three varieties - "Ukrainian", "chumachka" and "hutsulka" (its feature is yellow-orange embroidery on a black background).
    What is considered in Ukraine almost the oldest example of embroidery, the so-called Polubotka shirt, is a classic women's shirt of the Finno-Ugric peoples.