Read about what life in the USSR was really like

soviet union in spaceOur comrade Irina Malenko has now made volume 1 of her book about life in the Soviet Union available online for download. Red Youth recommends all our comrades and readers to study the book and learn more about what life was really like in the USSR. Many of our comrades are working hard with other organisations like the Stalin Society to speak the truth about what Soviet life was like and to remember and understand the great sacrifices and achievements Soviet people made and won in the 20th century. So, necxt time the teacher suggests reading George Orwell’s Animal Farm to understand what socialism or the USSR was all about – tell them to read Irina Malenko’s book – a first hand account from someone who isn’t in the pay of mi5 like good old George!

Writing about her book Irina says,

“I tried to portray the daily life in the USSR in the 1970s-1980s as it was, with all its strengths, but also weaknesses and mistakes we’ve made.

It deals with “perestroika” and “post-perestroika” issues too, as well as portraying life of a post-Soviet migrant worker in Europe.

My book is a challenge to all the wide-spread lies about “oppressive” or “dull” nature of our socialist society.

This is only part 1 of the trilogy (I have translations of other 2 parts as well), and now I also hope to write a new book – continuation of this one.

Its (slightly sarcastic) title will be “Soviética Extremista” 🙂 Because in the West, if you tell the truth about socialism, they immediately brand you as “an extremist”!”

And don’t forget to watch comrade Julia’s presentation on her life in the USSR!

 

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