The Cold War. It’s so easy to define, even my brother can do it. Steven: The Cold War. The state of political hostility that existed between the United States and their allies and the Soviet Union and their allies. The Cold War. Wow brother. That’s pretty good. I’m impressed So you may already know what…Read More How Did the Cold War End?
western`style education for children in Nigeria. Time now for Hardtalk, with the former Russian leader Mikhail Gorbachev. Welcome to a special edition of HARDtalk from Berlin, with me Stephen Sackur. The city is currently marking the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, that extraordinary moment which dramatised the collapse of the communist…Read More BBC HARDtalk – Mikhail Gorbachev – President of the Soviet Union 1990-1991 (10/11/14)
-Good evening. Right now, live talk show of Vladimir Soloviev – ”Poedinok”. -They are asking for president of USSR, Michail Gorbachev, to be deprived of highest rank award of Russia: Order of St. Andrew. -In the internet, gathering of signatures under petitions is taking place. -Few thousand citizens have already signed it from different edges…Read More Russian politics. ”Duel” talk show. Zhirinovsky vs Raihelgauz. ”Gorbachev” (English subs)
this is the story of a happily married couple nikolai and elena chesco who together ruled romania for nearly a quarter of a century Romanian sarcastically called this socialism in one family the concentration of power in their hands and the cult of personality which surrounded them was quite different from the other communist countries…Read More The Lost World of Communism: Socialism in One Family (Romania)
private images from a lost world of communism in Eastern Europe the Communists claimed they were building a socialist paradise most people think they created hell on earth but what was life really like for the people of Eastern Europe effectively imprisoned behind the Iron Curtain the answers are sometimes surprising while some cannot forget…Read More The Lost World of Communism: A Socialist Paradise (East Germany)