Linda River. Nizhny Novgorod region
The old facade of the metal
The old staircase
A view of Little Falls
Autumn Village at the Pond
A chain is a series of connected links which are typically made of metal.
Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei A. Gromyko, center, discusses political strategy with Communist country representatives in a UN lounge
The Soviet Union, which had seen Israel destroy or capture the jet fighters, tanks, and rockets it had supplied to the U.A.R. and Syria, then called for an emergency session of the 122-nation General Assembly to be attended by the heads of government. The Kremlin and the White House, using the Hot Line, conferred repeatedly…Details
Cuba’s Fidel Castro and Soviet Premier Aleksei Kosygin converse through an interpreter, left, during a meeting of the two Communist leaders in Havana.
Chinese diplomats leave May Day ceremonies in Moscow, another sign of tense relations between Russia and Communist China.
Russia’s celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Bolshevik revolution began officially on November 3, with ceremonies in the Kremlin’s Palace of Congresses.
An audience jammed the Sports Palace in Luzhniki, Russia, to hear the internationally known poet, Yevgeny Yevtushenko, read from his works
A monumental hammer and sickle dominated the approaches to the Russian pavilion at Expo 67.
“I’ve covered many versts with Mikhail Sorokin in thirty odd years. He was at my side in the Byelorussian operation, the Baltic operation, in East Prussia and in the fighting against militarist Japan in the Far East.” Vasilevsky and Sorokin, 1973
We’ve been together now for forty years…” Yekaterina and Alexander Vasilevsky, 1973
I. I. Gusakovsky, A. N. Kopenkin, A. A. Yepishev, Y. A. Vasilevsky, A.M. Vasilevsky, M. A. Yasnov, S. L. Sokolov
“Awarded the Order of Lenin on my 75th birthday.” (Left to right); I. I. Gusakovsky, A. N. Kopenkin, A. A. Yepishev, Y. A. Vasilevsky, A.M. Vasilevsky, M. A. Yasnov, S. L. Sokolov, 1970Details
Kremlin Palace of Congresses on 50th Anniversary of Soviet Army (left to right): Kremlin Palace of Congresses on 50th Anniversary of Soviet Army (left to right): N. A. Shchelokov, A. M. Vasilevsky, A. A. Grechko and S. M. Budyonny
A. Maresyev and A. Vasilevsky, 1956
I. S. Konev, A. M. Vasilevsky, G. K. Zhukov, K. K. Rokossovsky, K. A. Meretskov, F. I. Tolbukhin, R. Y. Malinovsky, L. A. Govorov, A. I. Yeryomenko, I. K. Bagramyan
Front commanders in last stages of the war (silling, left to right): I. S. Konev, A. M. Vasilevsky, G. K. Zhukov, K. K. Rokossovsky, K. A. Meretskov (standing, left to right): F. I. Tolbukhin, R. Y. Malinovsky, L. A. Govorov, A. I. Yeryomenko and I. K. Bagramyan
J. V.Stalin, A. I. Antonov, S. M. Budyonny, N. A. Bulganin, A. M. Vasilevsky, K. E. Voroshilov, G. K. Zhukov, N. G. Kuznetsov, V. M. Molotov, S. K. Timoshenko, В. М. Shaposhnikov
Soviet statesmen and top commanders — members of the wartime General Staff HQ (left to right, from top):J. V.Stalin, A. I. Antonov, S. M. Budyonny, N. A. Bulganin, A. M. Vasilevsky, K. E. Voroshilov, G. K. Zhukov, N. G. Kuznetsov, V. M. Molotov, S. K. Timoshenko and В. М. Shaposhnikov