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In the USSR, The Right to Work – Soviet Film Project

“In the USSR, The Right to Work” documents the working lives of the Soviet people and the opportunities which existed to pursue fulfilling careers. The Right to Work for all Soviet people was guaranteed by the Constitution of the USSR. Industrialization and collectivization in the 1920s ensured that unemployment had been entirely eliminated in the

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Rude Awakening (Soviet Jews and Israel) – Soviet Film Archive

“Rude Awakening” documents the Zionist propaganda which Soviet Jews were often exposed to, and the regrets of those who moved to Israel. The film also rejects Zionist propaganda which states that Jews were oppressed in the Soviet Union. It shows the way of life of Jews in the Soviet Union, and the many great contributions

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18th Century Russian Architecture (1979 Film) – Soviet Film Archive

The Soviet Film Project presents a short documentary from the Soviet Union on 18th Century Russian Architecture. It presents a contemporary view of prominent buildings such as Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral in Leningrad, the Kremlin Arsenal in Moscow, and the Winter Palace which housed the Romanov dynasty from the time of Peter the Great

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Festival of Friendship and Labor – Soviet Film Archive

The Soviet Film Project presents a documentary on the Festival of Friendship and Labor of Socialist Countries. The event was celebrated on the occasion of the construction of the Druzhba “Friendship” Pipeline in the Soviet Union. To this day, the Druzhba pipeline is the longest oil pipeline in Europe, stretching from the Urals in Russia

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