Monthly Archives: October 2013

Hey! Teacher! Leave them kids alone!

In today’s world, the flavor of the day in education is for each student to have their own creative path to higher learning. The Soviet Union’s system was much different than this. During World War II, the classrooms were split … Continue reading

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The Dangers of Obsessive Paranoia

As stated by my peers and I, central government censoring was an integral part of the the Soviet Union. Essentially this means that if the government does not approve of your actions, they will not be allowed. The mid-1930’s in … Continue reading

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The Chinese Railway Incident of 1929

In 1929, The Soviet Union was trying extremely hard to find itself and in doing so were trying to build a dominant world power under the Communist system that Stalin wanted to implement with his “5 Year Plan”. While the … Continue reading

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