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The Russian Security Forces standard sidearm was/is the Makarov handgun, but the some members of Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs, Federal Penitentiary Service, Federal Post Service and Ministry of Agriculture use the RSL-1 revolver.
 
Hi guys!
My name is Ivan, I am from Russia (the city of Orenburg). I am very interested in the topic of Civil Defense (in the USSR and abroad). I came across your forum and found this topic. I can translate some posters for you :)
Welcome to Mi.net Ivan (Y)
 
Several Soviet standards for Civil Defense. Every citizen of the Soviet Union was able to do this since the age of seven

Under Alexander Terentyevich Altunin, every citizen of the USSR was trained in Civil Defense from the second grade. This was a great man, this was a great system. The civil defense of the USSR was one of the best in the world. But after 1991 we never returned to its power.
 
The posters above were from the album "Civil Defense", 1985. If you want, I can share all the posters from there the other day.

I and my comrades work in the NShGO, "People's Civil Defense Headquarters". We study the theoretical and practical disciplines of Civil Defense, preserve the history and educational materials of the USSR Civil Defense, help museums and schools.
 
Good morning. Today I would throw off several posters from one legendary, but, unfortunately, unnamed album. It was created after 1964 and is probably the last representative of such a photomontage technique. Very unusual posters. At the moment we and our friend Leonid Molodin from Krasnodar (Russia) are restoring this album.





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Bo-o!

Кто много болтает - тот врагу помогает!
Советские агитационные плакаты начала 60-х как отдельный жанр искусства

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I would just LOVE to know what the Russian translations are on all of this....very cool!!
 
I would just LOVE to know what the Russian translations are on all of this....very cool!!



Again, I can translate some of the posters. Not all, of course - there are a lot of them here. Just tell me which ones are the most interesting. P.S. The person above said correctly. Here is a natural porridge from posters - there are both posters of the 50-60s and modern ones. I don't like modern posters, especially those about Civil Defense. Compared to old posters, they look cheap, vulgar and ugly.
 
The easiest way to determine when a poster will be made is to look at the fighters' uniforms. I don’t know about the USA, but in the USSR the weapon was used for a very long time. For example, SKS (Karabin Simonov) in the armed guard troops (VOKHR, they guarded cargo, warehouses, etc.) and in the air defense troops met until the mid-1990s. A similar situation persists in all armies of the former Warsaw Pact. For example, you can look at Polen, who, using Soviet technology from the 60s, say that they will seize Ukraine and the Russian city of Smolensk. This is ridiculous!)
 
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Several posters from the Soviet album for Basic Military Training. I think this is about 1985. In the USSR, from the age of 16, every guy went through military training - the guys were taken to training grounds, where they studied the basics of military science, got acquainted with military equipment and fired from various weapons - pistols, machine guns and grenade launchers. In the USSR, military service was very honorable for every citizen.
 

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