A Russian girl reads Pravda as she models British underwear in a sales campaign. Original Publication: Picture Post - 8420 - Some Pretty Things For Moscow - pub. 1956
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A Red Army soldier takes a picture of a Lenin look-alike (R) holding Russia's communist newspaper 'Pravda' while fellow soldiers joke in front of the cruiser Aurora anchored in the river Neva opposite the Winter Palace 03 May 1991 in...More
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Russian troops, one holding a copy of the newspaper PRAVDA, lounging around by their tanks during the Soviet invasion.
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Princeton co-ed reads copy of Pravda in the University's library.
Picture dated 06 October 1957 shows the frontpage of the Sovietic newspaper Pravda after the launch of world's first satellite. On October 04 1957, the then-Union of Socialist Soviet Republics launched the world's first man-made...More
British-born journalist Walter Duranty (1884 - 1957), the Moscow correspondent for the New York Times, reading a copy of 'Pravda', circa 1925.
Russian economist and politician Nicholay Bukharin (1888 - 1938) sitting with Lenin's sister Maria Illyicthana Ulyanova. Both are prominent members of the editorial staff of 'Pravda'. Original Publication: People Disc - HA0212
Portrait of Russian Communist leader and theoretician Nikolai Bukharin (1888 - 1938), editor of Pravda and a member of the Central Organization of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, circa 1920.
Russian revolutionary and communist leader Vladimir Ilyich Lenin (1870 - 1924) reading a copy of Russian newspaper 'Pravda'.
Karl Berngardovich Radek (1885 - 1939 ), Russian journalist, Bolshevik leader and leading member of the Communist International, editor of Pravda and rector of the Sun Yatsen Chinese university in Moscow. He died in a labour camp.