Stalin’s Underground Printing House in Tbilisi (Georgia), from 1903 to 1906 the Bolsheviks printed thousands of trilingual brochures (Georgian, Russian, Armenian) on this old german press.
The Old Soviet sanatorium // Tskaltubo // Georgia
Tskaltubo (Georgian: წყალტუბო) was a busy spa resort during Soviet times and keeps the memory of regular Stalin visits. Nowadays many of the sanatorium complexes have been re-assigned into housing complexes for refugees that have been displaced from their homes because ethnic conflicts in Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
Uncle Joe – La Dent de L’Oeil – Contemporary photography by Hélène Veilleux – #georgia #stalin #communism #soviet #cccp #history
Memorial to the Holodomor Victims ( 1932-1933 ) // Kiev // Ukraine
Holodomor (голодомо́р ) , literraly “Extermination by hunger”, was a man-made famine ( under the guidance of Joseph Stalin) which killed an estimated 2.5 to 7.5 million ukrainian between 1932 and 1933.
Uncle Joe ‘s playground // Georgia