Incredibly Colorized Pictures Show The Life Of Russian People In The Past

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Here is an incredible collection of colorized vintage photos that shoe the life of old Russian people in the past.

h/t: vintag.es

A man with a group of Russian children
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A Russian man stand by a Ford-A made in the USSR, 1930
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A young Russian bride, 1903
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Group of the Sisters of Charity in the dining room during lunch, the Herbovets community, ca. 1900s
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Gymnasium girls, Imperial Russia
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Jose Raul Capablanca vs Alexander Alekhine, 1913
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Reaper, 1914-16
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‘Red corner’ at a recruiting station, Galich, Kostroma Region, 1931
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Russian ballet dancer Galina Ulanova in Swan Lake, ca. 1930s
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Russian family, Ekaterinburg region, Siberia in the late 19th century
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Russian wrestler Karl Pospischil, 1912
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Soviet athletes in Moscow, 1937
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The first passengers of the Moscow metro, 1935
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Worker and supervisor, car factory, Moscow, USSR, 1954
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Yuri Gagarin with his Matra Bonnet Djet VS coupe, 1965
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Russian sniper Roza Shanina
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Russian soldiers in Berlin 1945
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Alexander Kerensky
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Olga and Tatiana Romanov
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Grigori Rasputin
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Pilots and air-gunners of the 566th Assault Aviation Regiment, 1944
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Tashkent 30s
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Nicholas II of Russia in the uniform of the Life-Guards 4th The Imperial Family’s Rifle Regiment, 1912
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Combat medic, marine infantry, 1943
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Soviet sailors raise the USSR’s naval ensign over Port-Artur in 1945
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Family Nicholas II of Russia, 1914
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Ekaterina Maksimova was a world-famous Soviet and Russian ballet dancer
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Russian actor Nikolai Rybnikov in “Spring on Zarechnaya Street” (1956)
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Anton Chekhov
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Berlin 1945
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Nikolay Felixovich Yusupov (1883–1908), Prince Nicholas, eldest son of Princess Zenaida and Prince Felix Youssoupoff. Killed in a duel in 1908
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Berlin 1945
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Arseny Tarkovsky
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Lyudmila Pavlichenko. Soviet sniper during World War II. Credited with 309 kills, she is regarded as the most successful female sniper in history.
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Vladimir Mayakovsky
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Vladimir Vysotsky
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Osip Mandelshtam
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La Comtesse Elisabeth Moussine-Pouchkine, née Comtesse Capnist (Femme de boyard du XVII siècle)
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Natalia Meklin (Kravtsova), Sofia Burzaeva, Polina Gelman, 1943
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Anti tank artillery soldiers
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Saint John of Kronstadt
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The last projectile
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Unknown russian pilot during the WWI
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Combat medic Valentina Sokolova, July 1943
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German embassy in St. Petersburg, 1913
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Grand Duchess Maria of Russia, 1906
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Lenin
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Mikhail Bulgakov
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Soviet soldiers are monitoring the movement of German troops near Sevastopol, Crimea, 1941
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Russian soldiers pose before the attack, 1916
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Tank driver Mikhail Smirnov, 1944
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Tank driver Mikhail Sergeyevich Smirnov, after the fight. During the attack on the German positions, an anti-tank shell hit in the forehead of T-34 and killed all the crew members except Mikhail Smirnov. Smirnov burst with his T-34 into the German positions, crushed three anti-tank guns and destroyed another 30 enemy soldiers and officers from the machine gun. Picture taken January 17, 1944, in the Leningrad region. Mikhail Smirnov was killed in action six months later in Latvia, on July 29, 1944.

Squadron commander of the 6th separate Guards Attack Aviation Regiment Captain Ivan Musienko at the Il-2 during the WWII
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Russian Lydia Litvyak during the WWII
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Air squadron commander of the 124th Fighter regiment Alexander Pronin, 1942
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Sergei Esenin
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Pilgrim
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The picture is taken by Maxim P Dmitriev – one of the founders of the photojournalism genre – who was a member of the Russian Photographic Society.

Grigori Rasputin
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