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VIEW from the USSR By Alex Jones
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This Book is a fine selection of short stories about life in the former USSR, travel to Cuba and Czechoslovakia, first love and sports world record, aging, avatar-artificial man, reincarnation.
Marketing, management and production in educational and publication activites in former USSR countries and Eastern Europe By Wadim Strielkowski, Inna Čábelková
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Цель научного издания... More > «Маркетинг, менеджмент и организация производства в сфере образования и публикаций в условиях стран бывшего Советского Союза и Восточной Европы» - привлечь внимание к проблемам современного подхода к маркетингу, менеджменту и организации производства в сфере образования и публикаций, способствовать совершенствованию методов и форм управления производством, обмену опытом и идеями в направлении повышения качества маркетинга и менеджмента в сфере образования и публикаций, его стандартизации, и развития академической мобильности.< Less
Look At Us By Doug Brendel
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Beautiful photo portraits of families with disabled children in Dzerzhinsk, Belarus, former USSR
Soviet Aggression Against The Baltic States By A Rumpeters
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Heavily cited reference regarding the Soviet invasion and occupation of the Baltics, examining how Soviet actions abrogated multiple existing treaties with the Baltics and violated international law.... More > Written by former justice of the Latvian Supreme Court, Augusts Rumpeters. (29 pages, saddle stitched)< Less
Soviet Aggression Against The Baltic States By A Rumpeters
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Heavily cited reference regarding the Soviet invasion and occupation of the Baltics, examining how Soviet actions abrogated multiple existing treaties with the Baltics and violated international law.... More > Written by former justice of the Latvian Supreme Court, Augusts Rumpeters. (29 pages, saddle stitched)< Less
Life In Moscow; Communism and Now By Axel Delwig
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Twenty-eight short stories depict life in Moscow, USSR in the mid-1980s focussing on various aspects of everyday life from author’s own experience. Each story is narrated in a personal style... More > ending with a scientific update on how matters have progressed in the last 25 years, showing domestic and international expansion of former true communists and currently members of “United Russia” party, and their overwhelming and dominating endeavour for personal wealth acquisition, as the main principle of domestic and international policy.< Less
Russian Space Exploration By Farrukh Khan
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Russia, which was the core of the former Soviet Union, has had a long and illustrious history in efforts directed towards the exploration of space. This country has had more firsts in space than any... More > of its rivals, including the United States. The first probes to Venus and Mars, as well as the first soft landings on these planets are achievements of the Russian space program. In addition, the first interception of the moon Phobos around Mars was a Russian achievement. However, although humanity has come a long way since the first artificial satellite orbited around the earth, the vastness of space still overwhelms all those who chose to ponder on it. This essay presents a discussion about Russian space exploration efforts and questions if humanity can join in its efforts for the conquest of space to make the best of that which is available.< Less
Russian Space Exploration By Farrukh Khan
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Russia, which was the core of the former Soviet Union, has had a long and illustrious history in efforts directed towards the exploration of space. This country has had more firsts in space than any... More > of its rivals, including the United States. The first probes to Venus and Mars, as well as the first soft landings on these planets are achievements of the Russian space program. In addition, the first interception of the moon Phobos around Mars was a Russian achievement. However, although humanity has come a long way since the first artificial satellite orbited around the earth, the vastness of space still overwhelms all those who chose to ponder on it. This essay presents a discussion about Russian space exploration efforts and questions if humanity can join in its efforts for the conquest of space to make the best of that which is available.< Less
Mikoyan Mig-29 Fulcrum Pilot's Flight Operating Manual (in English) By North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
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The Mikoyan Mig-29 “Fulcrum” is a high performance aircraft that operates in 25 of the world’s airforces. In the 1990s former East German Migs joined the Luftwaffe as part of the... More > reunification of Germany. Brought up to NATO standards, the aircraft flew for nearly a decade under the German flag before being sold to Poland. This pilot’s flight operating manual was created to train NATO pilots to fly this awesome aircraft. Written in English and edited to military standards, it reveals the full extent of this remarkable aircraft’s capabilities. Although it has been slightly reformatted, this reprint contains all of the original text in its entirety.< Less
The Journey By Lars Allred
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They say that time repeats itself, and throughout history, many men have copied others in acts of war, terrorism, religious disputes, and chemical and biological attacks successful or not. As Albert... More > Einstein said “I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones”. In 2014 after Russian President Artyom Vetrov invaded the peaceful people of Ukraine under “helpful efforts” for humanitarian relief; using swarms of tanks and soldiers, he quickly brought together the former mega power known as the USSR. President Vetrov spent his countries recourses along with every coalition force in his arsenal developing a new chemical weapon; one he said would show the superiority of Russia and the newly formed superpower USSR. Little did Vetrov know that his chemical weapons would almost bring about the very extinction of human life on Earth including himself. But those whom died from the radiation or disease that ravaged the planet didn't stay dead long…< Less