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First Soviet ABC Books Displayed in History Museum
26.10.2009 08:06
First Soviet ABC Books Displayed in History Museum

The State History Museum in Moscow has opened an exhibition dedicated to the 90th anniversary of the decree On liquidating illiteracy among population of the USSR.
      The exhibition is aimed to demonstrate how in the early 20th century the Soviet Union implemented a great national project on liquidation of illiteracy, which had no match in the world.
      The biggest part of the exposition consists of little-known documents telling about the activity of Nadezhda Krupskaya (Lenins wife) and other Soviet educationalists.
      The exhibition also presents first Soviet ABC-books from the archive of the Ushinski Scientific and Pedagogic Library.
      The exhibition runs till January 19.


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