Soviet National Anthem(With Lyrics) National anthem of the Soviet Union/CCCP...Nation of the working class, and my beautiful motherland.
1984 Soviet Parade - Crimson Tide This is a short movie that I put together for a project. It shows clips of the 1984 Soviet parade commemorating the 67th anniversary of the October Revolution of the Bolsheviks. The song is Hans Zimmer's Crimson Tide Main Theme.
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Soviet Files: Three Days in August Watch more on RTД - our new documentary channel On August 19th, 1991 not a single Soviet citizen who switched on the TV in the morning could understand what was going on. Instead of the usual programs it was broadcasting Tchaikovsky's ballet. The same day, the tanks were brought into the USSR's capital... Find out how the coup emerged in August 1991 - RT's new documentary recreates the events of those three days which changed the country's history... RT on Twitter: RT on Facebook:
In Soviet Russia... MY FACEBOOK: TWITTER: Equals Three t-shirts are here: districtlin.es The outro song "Stalkin' Your Mom" is written and performed by Wax. Download the mp3 here: 3.ly *********************************** *********************************** Here are the links to the content discussed in this video. Please don't harass the content creators or send them hate-messages. Thanx: Deer Steals Man's Wife: Keyboard Toss: Skinny Chick Launched on Blob:
Former Soviet Citizen Confronts Socialists at Occupy Wall Street (full version) NOTE: NONE of the European countries, not Sweden, not Norway, not even Russia, are SOCIALIST! If you make a profit (buy for $1 and sell for $2) IT'S NOT SOCIALISM! If you own a house, IT'S NOT SOCIALISM! If you have a business, IT'S NOT SOCIALISM! Socialism prohibits ALL of the above!
Brest Fortress - the symbol of Soviet WWII resistance On June 22, 1941, the Brest Fortress in modern-day Belarus became the front line of the Great Patriotic War, when the Wehrmacht began its onslaught. Despite being vastly outnumbered, the fortress regiments held out against the German forces for almost a month.
CIA Archives: Soviet Psychological Torture Methods - Former Moscow Prison Inmate (1956) DVD: Psychological torture is a type of torture that relies primarily on psychological effects, and only secondarily on any physical harm inflicted. Although not all psychological torture involves the use of physical violence, there is a continuum between psychological torture and physical torture. The two are often used in conjunction with one another, and often overlap in practice, with the fear and pain induced by physical torture often resulting in long-term psychological effects, and many forms of psychological torture involving some form of pain or coercion. Many forms of psychological torture methods attempt to destroy the subject's normal self-image by removing them from any kind of control over their environment, creating a state of learned helplessness, psychological regression and depersonalization. Other techniques include enforced nudity and head shaving, sleep deprivation, hooding and other forms of sensory deprivation and forcing the subject to adopt stress positions. A strictly fear-inducing method is the mock execution. Various threats operate on the same fear-inducing principle. Another is indirect torture, which preys on the victims affection for and loyalty to a partner, relative, friend, comrade in arms et cetera, whose real pain induces vicarious suffering in the targeted psychological victim, who is thus loaded with guilt but spared physical harm that might endanger his ability to comply. While psychological torture ...
Soviet Afghanistan War (1975-1989) - Turner Productions (1998) "Cold War" (Episode #24, "Soldiers of God, 1975-1988"), Turner Original Productions (Time Warner), 1998 About the "Cold War" 24-episode series: If anything defined the 20th century as the age of anxiety, it's the cold war with its ultimate no-win nuclear endgame. While conflicts in Korea and Vietnam dragged on, providing the traditional images of modern warfare, some of the conflict's most dangerous battles were invisible--tactical, intellectual, and fought primarily in the minds and war rooms of US and Soviet leaders: Kennedy, Krushchev, Castro, Kissinger, Gorbachev, and Reagan. This 24-episode series, narrated by Kenneth Branagh, is a comprehensive history that examines the key events of the arc of the Soviet Union, from its birth to its fall, and provides a thorough ***ysis of what was going on behind closed doors. Informed by the stories of 500 eyewitnesses--from citizens and soldiers to historians and statesmen--and strengthened by painstaking reconstruction of archival historical film footage, "Cold War" is a heroic undertaking and a sweeping chronicle of the world's most fragile decades. Comrades 1917-1945/ Iron curtain1945-1947 / Marshall Plan 1947-1952/ Berlin 1948-1949 /Korea 1949-1953 / Reds 1947-1953 / After Stalin 1953-1956 / Sputnik 1949-1961 / The Wall 1958-1963/ Cuba 1959-1962 /Mad 1960-1972/ Vietnam 1954-1968/Make Love Not War the 60's/Red Spring the 60's/China 1949-1972/ Detente 1969-1975/The Wall Comes Down 1989/ Spies ...
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Hi Def: The Soviet Armlock (Arm Crush from defending the armbar) 500th Video Happy New Years 2012 with our 500th upload, the Soviet Armlock. This technique is designed as an arm crush when someone is defending the arm bar attempt inside your guard. Its a neat little trick adapted from Japanese Jujutsu called a juji gamami
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'Georgia is a Soviet country' Georgia under President Mikhail Saakashvili first underwent a spectacular reform, but has now turned back into a typical post-Soviet state, oppressing its own people, believes Nino Burdzhanadze, former parliamentary speaker, now an opposition leader. "In Georgia right now there's real neo-Bolshevism with all signs of a Soviet regime: violation of elementary constitutional norms, violation of elementary human rights, control of media, police, which [are] doing everything -- despite of their legal obligations -- [as] if it's coming from political decisions. It's a typical Soviet country, where every person who is against the regime is [called] enemy of the country," Burdzhanadze told RT. The only noticeable difference from the old Soviet times is that now the great enemy is Russia rather then world imperialism, she added. The police crackdown on Georgian opposition in late May was an example of how things are done in Georgia now, the opposition leader says. It was an operation to punish protesters, not to uphold the law, Burdzhanadze believes. "The Georgian special forces surrounded us. The people were in [a] trap. There was no way out. There was not possibility to leave the square. As we understand, special services received instructions to arrest all demonstrators... to beat people brutally, especially at their heads... It was a real punishment [meant] to threaten the people," she said. The image of Saakashvili, the brilliant reformer, is very strong in the West, so it ...
Soviet Power of USSR The Great Soviet man Stalin, the Great Soviet Empire, the Great Soviet people, the Great RKKA.
The Soviet Media's Portrait of America Overview of Soviet perceptions of the United States, created by CIA's Global Video Program. Reagan was interested in the subject and wrote how important it is to see "how others see us." To learn more, read Ronald Reagan: Intelligence and the Cold War on CIA.gov's Historical Collections Division page at go.usa.gov
CIA Archives: Small Town Espionage - Soviet Spy School Training (1960) More CIA films: The GRU (military intelligence) recruited the ideological agents Julian Wadleigh and Alger Hiss, who became State Department diplomats in 1936. The NKVD's first US operation was establishing the legal residency of Boris Bazarov and the illegal residency of Iskhak Akhmerov in 1934. Throughout, the Communist Party USA (CPUSA) and its Gen.-Sec'y Earl Browder, helped NKVD recruit Americans, working in government, business, and industry. Other important, high-level ideological agents were the diplomats Laurence Duggan and Michael Whitney Straight in the State Department, the statistician Harry Dexter White in the Treasury Department, the economist Lauchlin Currie (an FDR advisor), and the "Silvermaster Group", headed by statistician Greg Silvermaster, in the Farm Security Administration and the Board of Economic Warfare. Moreover, when Whittaker Chambers, formerly Alger Hiss's courier, approached the Roosevelt Government—to identify the Soviet spies Duggan, White, and others—he was ignored. Hence, during the Second World War (1939--45)—at the Teheran (1943), Yalta (1945), and Potsdam (1945) conferences—Big Three Ally Joseph Stalin of the USSR, was better-informed about the war affairs of his US and UK allies, than they about his. Soviet espionage succeeded most in collecting scientific and technologic intelligence about advances in jet propulsion, radar, and encryption, which impressed Moscow, but stealing atomic secrets was the ...
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Soviet Files: The Sakharov Paradox The famous Russian scientist Andrey Sakharov created the first hydrogen bomb and received many top awards. But he was also the most widely-known Soviet dissident, constantly hounded by the KGB and oppressed by the party's leadership. On May 21st, Russia marks the 90th anniversary of Andrey Sakharov's birth. RT on Facebook: RT on Twitter:
Soviet Storm: WW2 In the East (bg-subs) Soviet Storm is a new and epic television history of the Second World War's Eastern Front. Giving an unprecedented Russian perspective on the war's most decisive and bloody theatre. This was a conflict of staggering scale and savagery. Four out of five German soldiers killed in World War Two died on the Eastern Front. The Red Army suffered ten times as many dead as the Western Allies combined. The total dead on all sides was more than 30 million, most of them civilians. The war was seen by both sides as a struggle for existence. In that light, Hitler and Stalin were prepared to accept losses on any scale to achieve final victory. Soviet Storm tells the story of this titanic clash of arms blow by blow. Using archive film and photography, computer generated imagery and innovative reconstructions, From the German invasion of 22 June 1941 'Operation Barbarossa' (the largest military operation in history), through to the brutal fighting outside the gates of Moscow, the savage street-fighting of Stalingrad, and the long, bloody road to Berlin, this is an epic retelling of the world's most devastating conflict.
First Soviet hydrogen bomb test (1953) Date: 12/08/1953 | Type: Tower 30m | Yield: 400kt Joe-4 was the fifth Soviet nuclear test and demonstrated the use of fusion in a weaponizable design known as the Sloika or "Layer Cake" design. The device obtained nearly all of its yield from fission and was limited for practical purposes to yields of less than 1Mt. The RDS-6s warhead used a U-235 fissile core surrounded by alternating layers of lithium-6 deuteride spiked with tritium, and a uranium fusion tamper inside a high explosive implosion system. Though not a true thermonuclear weapon the USSR claimed it was, and in conjunction with the fact that it was air-deliverable caused considerable embarasment to the US. The US did not successfuly test a deliverable thermonuclear bomb untill 1954.
Michele Bachmann Soviet Union "On The Rise"? Cenk Uygur, Brian Unger and Rj Eskow discuss Michele Bachmann talking about people being afraid of the "rise of the Soviet Union". Does Michele Bachmann employee a fact-checker? The Largest Online News Show in the World. Google+: www.gplus.to Facebook: Twitter: Support TYT for FREE: bit.ly
Aircraft Carrier Tbilisi (Soviet Film) Admiral Flota Sovetskovo Soyuza Kuznetsov (Russian: Адмирал флота Советского Союза Кузнецов "Fleet Admiral of the Soviet Union Kuznetsov"), originally named Riga, renamed Leonid Brezhnev then Tbilisi) is an aircraft cruiser (heavy aircraft carrying missile cruiser (TARKR or TAVKR) in Russian classification) serving as the flagship of the Russian Navy. She was originally commissioned in the Soviet Navy, and was intended to be the lead ship of her class, but the only other ship of her class, Varyag, was never commissioned and was sold to the People's Republic of China by Ukraine under the condition she would never be refitted for combat. Kuznetsov was named after the Admiral of the Fleet of the Soviet Union Nikolai Gerasimovich Kuznetsov. While designated an aircraft carrier by the West, the design of the Admiral Kuznetsov' class implies a mission different from that of either the United States Navy's carriers or those of the Royal Navy. The term used by her builders to describe the Russian ships is tyazholyy avianesushchiy raketnyy kreyser (TAKR or TARKR) - "heavy aircraft-carrying missile cruiser" - intended to support and defend strategic missile-carrying submarines, surface ships, and naval missile-carrying aircraft of the Russian Navy. The Admiral Kuznetsov's main fixed-wing aircraft is the multi-role Sukhoi Su-33. It can perform air superiority, fleet defence, and air support missions and can also be used for reconnaissance and searching for naval mines. It is ...
Chopper Comeback: Legendary Soviet Mi-17 on Afghan frontline A legendary Russian military helicopter which has been in service for decades is coming back to the frontline in Afghanistan. The US has bought over a dozen of Mil Mi-17s from Russia for the Afghan security forces. RT on Twitter: RT on Facebook:
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C&C Red Alert 3 Theme - Soviet March The theme song for Command and Conquer: Red Alert 3, from the Red Alert 3: Official Soundtrack. Track composed by James Hannigan, Album by Frank Klepacki, James Hannigan & Timothy Michael Wyn - published by EA. -------------------- Don't forget to visit our forum where you can discuss Red Alert 3! -------------------- Soviet March and all associated copyright is owned by Electronic Arts.
Coup-de-Fail: Last nail in Soviet Union's coffin On August 19th twenty years ago Muscovites had tanks rolling past their windows as a state of emergency was imposed. A group of hard-line Communist officials attempted to seize power to prevent reforms that eventually led to the break-up of the Soviet Union. But as RT's Tom Barton reports, despite the dramatic events unfolding in the capital, many were being kept in the dark. RT on Twitter: RT on Facebook:
Final Soviet October Revolution Parade, 1990 Парад 7 ноября This is the parade in Moscow's Red Square, devoted to the 73rd anniversary to the Great October Socialist Revolution, 7 November, 1990. The year 1990 would see a continuation of the drastic changes in the world that began in 1989. With the reunification of Germany back in October, Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait back in August (which instigated the Gulf War US lead military intervention in January 1991). The chaos which permeated throughout the Eastern bloc the previous year was spilling over into the Soviet Union. This marked a time of great instability for the USSR. Perestroika (restructuring) was failing to deliver the positive promises of restructuring it announced it would when it was first implemented in 1987. Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev's Glasnot (Openess) policy, while positive for freedom of speech in the nation, also had the unintended consequence of opening the floodgates of long repressed nationalist feelings in many of the Union Republics. At the time of this parade many secessionist movements were taking place, and the mood in Red Square during this parade was not one of optimism, but sombreness, as the tapestry of the USSR was being unwoven. This would be the last time the October Revolution would be commemorated before the USSR collapsed a year later. Indeed the year of 1990 would be remembered as the final year for all Soviet military parades (Victory Day, and October Revolution) on Red Square. Mikhail Gorbachev delivers an address to the ...
What Hitler Wants - Soviet Propaganda This World War II-era Soviet propaganda pieces shows the comrades what the fuhrer really wants to do to the Motherland. Pretty interesting stuff
Former Soviet Citizen Confronts Socialists at Occupy Wall Street (Part 3) You can learn all you need to know about the "socialized" medicine in USSR here: www.mises.ca NOTE: NONE of the European countries, not Sweden, not Norway, not even Russia, are SOCIALIST! If you make a profit (buy for $1 and sell for $2) IT'S NOT SOCIALISM! If you own a house, IT'S NOT SOCIALISM! If you have a business, IT'S NOT SOCIALISM! Socialism prohibits ALL of the above!
The Soviet Space Program Overview of the Soviet Space Program, created by CIA's Global Video Program. Reagan watched this film on 10/14/82, according to his diary entry of that date. To learn more, read Ronald Reagan: Intelligence and the Cold War on CIA.gov's Historical Collections Division page at go.usa.gov
Soviet Nyan Cat 100000 views? You're too kind, sons and daughters of Russia :D
Gone to Gulag: Diary of a Soviet Schoolgirl "I have a weird feeling that I keep a diary for somebody else rather than myself. Quite often I shudder at the thought that I might say something wrong." These lines were written by Nina Lugovskaya, a girl who lived in Stalin's Soviet Union. She wanted to become an artist and, most of all, she dreamed about a writing career. But once she wrote something really very wrong... RT on Facebook: RT on Twitter:
Stabbing the Empire: Last Day of Soviet Union On December 8th, 1991, the three leaders of Russia, Ukraine and Belarus signed the document which marked the end of the Soviet empire. The fate of the great conglomerate country was decided in less than 24 hours. It happened in secret in a remote residence in the Belavezha forest. Soon the agreement entered the history as the Belavezha Accords. Visit the place where it happened and reveal the mysterious details of the document with the eyewitnesses to the historic event only on RT. RT on Twitter RT on Facebook
Complete History Of The Soviet Union, Arranged To The Melody Of Tetris Buy the whole album at iTunes at http Click to tweet this video: Amazon at Facebook at Follow Dan on twitter: A Complete History Of The Soviet Union Through The Eyes Of A Humble Worker, Arranged To The Melody Of Tetris. Music by "Pig With The Face Of A Boy" Written and performed by DONALD NEWHOLM and DAN WOODS, with MALCOLM GAYNER & ROBIN HARRIS Photographed by TIM JORDAN Costumes by LUCY NEWHOLM Production assistant NICOLA LINCÉ Special thanks to JAMES LAMONT and REMY LAMONT Additional sound effects: /people/nemoDaedalus/ /people/themfish Produced by CHRIS LINCÉ and DAN WOODS for Xylophone Productions Directed, animated, and edited by CHRIS LINCÉ WINNER - BEST ANIMATION - Super Shorts International Film Festival 2010 WINNER - LOW BUDGET AWARD - Super Shorts International Film Festival 2010 GET THE T-SHIRT! I Am The Man Who Arranges The Blocks T-shirts
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Soviet Norway: Lenin rocks the Arctic Russia's vast territory extends over both land and sea, even reaching into foreign lands. A tiny part of the Spitzbergen Archipelago, officially belonging to Norway, is governed by Russian law. RT took a trip to Russia's remote and icy outpost. Russia took over coal-mining interests on the territory of the Spitsbergen Archipelago from the Dutch authorities during the Soviet period. And since the collapse of the USSR, the area has become even more important for Russia. RT on Twitter: RT on Facebook:
CrossTalk: Soviet Amerika On Peter Lavelle's CrossTalk his guests are asked whether the US is following the historic path that led to the collapse of the Soviet Union.
First Soviet underwater nuclear explosion. The tor*** was suspended at 12 meters depth from the trawler named "Hunter". The tor*** was detonated by radio signal from the command ship of the Navy. At various distances were set up old warships and submarines, which were placed in experimental animals. This video gives an interview cameraman Mahmoud Rafikov, who filmed the explosion from the plane. Date: 21.09.1955 Yield: 3.5kt ps Sorry for my English...
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My Little Soviets: Communism is Magic Felt like music videos as of late... not sure why. At least this one has a story to follow. Kinda. Song is: Complete History Of The Soviet Union, Arranged To The Melody Of Tetris By: Pig With The Face Of A Boy
World in Conflict Soviet Assault Trailer About World in Conflict Soviet Assault: The game that was universally hailed as Strategy Game of the Year 2007 returns with all new content! World In Conflict Soviet Assault features six new single player missions and eight new multiplayer maps all played from the perspective of the Soviet side of the conflict.