Moscow - the ancient metropolis of Soviet Russia of the 30s
The original is taken from Moscow - the antique metropolis of Soviet Russia of the 30s
But, in big cities, the situation was much better. And the press did not forget about this:"TVNZ"in 1933, she told about how Soviet people began to live in prosperity:“... Anna Sidorovna Rumyantseva reports: My husband and I earn 350 rubles together. Both work in the tool factory. The husband is an accountant, he recently returned from collective farm work, receives 200 rubles, I am an employee, I receive 150 rubles.
Judge for yourself how my children are provided:
Each has 5 pairs of underwear, 4 pairs of underwear, 5 shirts. I received underwear in the distributor of our plant. I almost do not buy pants, I sew from old. Shirts are all from new material.The guys all wear long. The guys have 2 coats - winter and summer. Worn for a long time, for several years. Shine two pairs. And one pair (Eugene) is not at all worn. All received orders. I spend almost all my free time on guys. I wash, sew, cook, tinker: but when I'm at work, I'm quite calm about them. They are either at school or skating (both of them have just bought Snow Maidens) at a skating rink in the courtyard or sledding (they have their own sled). Sometimes we have a house management arranges movies for children. They go there ... "Crowds of peasants rushed to the cities ...
Some had to wait for hours in high offices.
Others could relax and rest. The laws and rules were already disregarding))
And Moscow ... She hit the imagination of visitors. It was a showcase of Soviet success. And I must say, the showcase is beautiful.