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In 1921, Russia was in a catastrophic state. Famine raged, and American aid proved crucial to the nation's survival.
In the Soviet era, NEP had always been regarded as a strange, only vaguely understood, and not very sensible chapter in Soviet history: a pause between the heroic Civil War and the no less heroic Five-Year Plans.
A carjacking museum, Soviet statues, and Hollywood letters: let's take a closer look at one of Russia's best-hidden gems, the city of Barnaul.
War Communism was on the ropes in the fall of 1920. What's a dictator to do?
This week, education is worth fighting for; corrupt officials go for all-or-nothing; and Lenin's mausoleum makeover is cancelled.
A Lenin statue in Russia's Far East temporarily sported a new 'do.
A group of communist politicians attempt to celebrate Lenin's 150th with music and posters.
This little-known treaty actually set the stage for the devastation of Europe that was to come.
They could not have been more different, but both these Vladimirs had a huge impact on Russian history.
Hearty Russian soups to warm up this autumn, all seven days a week.
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