Sevastopol is dying of nostalgia

time to join the communist party

Time to join the Communist Party of the Russian Federation

Driving round new Russian-ruled Sevastopol, Crimea, is like stepping back into the past. People here voted, not to become part of Russia, but to join the Soviet Union again. And this is what they got, on billboard after billboard after billboard. An orgy of nostalgia.

70 years without war

70 years without War (trolleybus depot, 1950s)

70 years without war1\

70 years without war (policeman and driver, 1960)

honour your fathers

Honour the achievements of your fathers and grandfathers!

russian spring

Happy Russian Spring, Sevastopolites! (war veteran Nikolai Ignatievich is honoured to live in Sevastopol)


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