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"I’m Going to Be a Cosmonaut." – Soviet propaganda poster (Plakat Moscow, 1984). Artwork by T. Mitrieva.
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"I’m Going to Be a Cosmonaut." – Soviet propaganda poster (Plakat Moscow, 1984). Artwork by T. Mitrieva.

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Vlagyimir Mihajlov: Irány a Mars! Kossuth Könyvkiadó, 1964. Grafikus: Rogán Miklós.

Vladimir Mikhailov: Special need, 1963. Hungarian edition. Cover and illustrations: Miklós Rogán.

Михайлов Владимир: Особая необходимость, 1963.

Kálovics Magda: Játékkészítés a napközi otthonokban. Tankönyvkiadó, Budapest, 1979.

Making toys in day-care centers. A book by Magda Kálovics, 1979.

Konstantin Tsiolkovsky’s space station. Soviet postcard, c1960.
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Konstantin Tsiolkovsky’s space station. Soviet postcard, c1960.

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Cca 30 years old Soviet made toy owl.

Cca 30 years old Soviet made toy owl.

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Gyopár espresso. a fotó az 1960-as évek végén készült Budapesten, készítője ismeretlen. Magántulajdonban lévő 6x6 cm-es zselatinos ezüst (kontaktmásolat).
GAZ-46, Erzsébet (Engels) tér 1.
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Gyopár espresso. a fotó az 1960-as évek végén készült Budapesten, készítője ismeretlen. Magántulajdonban lévő 6x6 cm-es zselatinos ezüst (kontaktmásolat).

GAZ-46, Erzsébet (Engels) tér 1.

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First Spaceship on Venus (Silent Star) (VEB Progress Film-Vertrieb, 1959). Soviet movie poster.
In the far distant future of 1985, a multi-national crew rockets out to the planet Venus, only to find its population was long ago wiped out by the misuse of nuclear power. A co-production from East Germany and Poland, this science fiction film was released in the Soviet Union and Soviet bloc countries under the translated title Silent Star. It was re-edited and released in the US as First Spaceship on Venus in 1962 by Crown International. 
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First Spaceship on Venus (Silent Star) (VEB Progress Film-Vertrieb, 1959). Soviet movie poster.

In the far distant future of 1985, a multi-national crew rockets out to the planet Venus, only to find its population was long ago wiped out by the misuse of nuclear power. A co-production from East Germany and Poland, this science fiction film was released in the Soviet Union and Soviet bloc countries under the translated title Silent Star. It was re-edited and released in the US as First Spaceship on Venus in 1962 by Crown International. 

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Soviet Space Rocket Complex “Energiya – Buran”, official photoset.

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Two Soviet made tin racing cars, from my collection, c1980. Photo: me.

Two Soviet made tin racing cars, from my collection, c1980. Photo: me.