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By Izzy Tice Alongside The Moscow News and Pravda, the satirical magazine Krokodil was also continuing to publish during the time of the Soviet Union’s dissolution. Three times a month, Krokodil provided a humorous perspective on the events of the … Continue reading →
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By Caden Wilcox As September 1991 reached its end, whatever cohesion the Soviet Union still had was increasingly giving way to disunion. Across all newspaper reports and editorials, writers openly dissented with government officials and criticized government processes. From September … Continue reading →