How to meet the New Year in the USSR in the 1950s,
• How to meet the New Year in the Soviet Union in 1950
Soviet New Year, of course, different from the Russian New Year, but some elements remain unchanged for many years. Christmas trees, Santa Claus, Olivier and herring under a fur coat - these things accompany the celebration of the New Year, regardless of age.
New Year - the most favorite holiday, and children, and adults. On this day, the outgoing year gives way to the coming year, on this day you can start with a clean sheet (after the holidays, of course). Someone is waiting for him the joy of receiving the gift itself, someone is looking forward to the New Year's dinner, and someone loves best hike on the Christmas tree with your family.
In any case, Russia is able to celebrate the New Year. Always been able, even when it was the Soviet Union. Of course, then everything was different - and fashion, and the Christmas tree, and gifts, and toys. But you must admit, because you, too, stayed a couple of old Soviet toys that you hang on the Christmas tree next to the new? Let's see, what was the New Year in the 50s.
tree. Author - Nicholas Rakhmanov. 1950.
A Christmas tree in the Hall of Columns. 1950.
Santa Claus leaves the rink Gorky Park. 1952.
The Soviet circus can do the miracles. Acrobats on a chain bike ride around the country's main Christmas tree. 1952.
Christmas tree in the Kremlin's St. George Hall. 1953.
The famous photographer Emmanuel Evzerihin depicted his family at the Christmas tree. 1954.
Vocational school students came to the Kremlin New Year's holiday in national costumes. Even the ladder tightly packed. 1955.
Masha, the daughter of A. Shaikhet, among his friends in a modest Moscow apartment. 1956.
Grandpa came. 1957.
The Bear has always been a hero of the official New Year. 1958.
In the kindergarten, of course, not poured champagne, but the tree is the most that neither is Exemplary. 1959.
The singer Paul Robeson in the Central House of Art Workers with pilot Kozhedub. 1959
Pre-sale in the "Children's World."