[box]The international media will embrace all things Bolshevik this autumn as the world marks the centenary of the Russian Revolution. Audiences can expect everything from gushing feature articles about early Soviet cinematography to edgy op-eds on the place of propaganda posters in twentieth-century art. Amid this deluge of Communist kitsch, we are unlikely to see […]

via History as a weapon in Russia’s war on Ukraine — Euromaidan Press

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