I read the Soviet propaganda.
I found an interesting book on the shelf called the Russian Language in Pictures. At one time, the book was intended to be studied by foreign students of the Russian language, but in fact there is not much to learn about Russian from there - it’s more about the advantages of the Soviet way of life, so the book should rather be called "Soviet propaganda in pictures."
It is surprising, but in the USSR they managed to push their propaganda even into such seemingly neutral textbooks - in the section on vegetables it is shown and told how pioneers drive"on potatoes"(this is served as a great Soviet achievement), in the section on the school it is told exclusively about the “affairs of the pioneers”, and there is also a huge section aboutOctober Revolution, followed by a section on the incredibly difficult life of children with the king. And, of course, it was not without a whole huge section "Lenin is a mushroom friend of children".
Generally an interesting little book, I will make a separate post about it the other day with a photo.