The world’s biggest country, in a magazine. Since 1956.
Stalin's Folly A marvelous book on the days after the invasion, that looks at Stalin's motivations in 1941.
Suvorov's book Chief Culprit: Stalin's Grand Design to Start World War II, the book mentioned in this Calendar piece.
Snowdrops by A.N. Miller
Deathless By Catherynne M. Valente
The Russian Word's Worth By Michele A. Berdy
The Three Fat Men By Yuri Olesha, Hugh Aplin, translator
Memoir of a Gulag Actress By Tamara Petkevich, Yasha Klots and Ross Ufberg, translators
Cars for Comrades This scholarly and entertaining volume offers a perceptive ride through twentieth-century Russian history, recalling the development of Russia’s versions of Detroit at Nizhny Novgorod and Togliatti, and noting how the development of the Russian automobile industry was heavily dependent on an injection of technical know-how and machine tools from Ford in the United States. Siegelbaum’s compelling account leaves the reader in no doubt that Russia has long endured two great misfortunes: fools and poor roads.
Auto Rallies Page A website devoted to Russian road rallies
2012 Film Spoof Courtesy of the Communist Party of Russia. Ends with the tagline "There is always a choice." In Russian.
Oleg Timofeyev performs God Save the Czar
Oleg Timofeyev and John Schneiderman perform two works by Glinka
Artyom Dervoed plays Koshkin
Duo Melis performs La de Caze by Cl B Balbastre
Pavel Steidl performs Lambada für Elise
Alexander Frautschi performs Usher Valse by Nikita Koshkin, in Saratov
Nikita Koshkin's YouTube Channel Includes performance by the guitar orchestra
Soviet Soldiers before Alexander II Monument ...in Sofia. As mentioned in this article.
Did Mikhail Survive? This article on a Ukrainian website looks at the theory that Mikhail escaped an hid out the rest of his life in Turkestan, under the name Berda Kuzhuk
The Russian Revolution in Color A historical documentary and reenactment of the revolutions of 1917. While the history is at times a bit off, it is worth bearing it for the superb bits of footage from 1917 that have been colorized.
Map of the Forest Trek A Google Maps mashup of the trek Lada Bakal and company took in the footsteps of Soviet partizans.