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A couple of decades ago Soviet people were regarded as the most reading all over the world. Inexorable statistics confirmed this fact. Frankly speaking, that was true: in parks, underground stations or buses one could come across people reading newspapers, books and magazines.


All Russian people happened to be born in the Soviet Union remember the time when governmental policy, international climate and wars were discussed in the only place (some may think it unsuitable for it) kitchen


To arms! Keep the line! Watch out! You may be shocked and think somebody has turned time backwards if you find yourself in the fourteenth or thirteenth century among people wearing armour, swords and shields in their hands.


   




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