An interesting infographics on accessibility of drugs in Russia and Europe published in The Moscow Times.
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Soviet brochure from Expo 58
Scans via jericl cat.
What a stunning brochure of the Soviet pavilion at Expo 58! Remarkable illustrations, good-looking map and scheme, the lovely promo-girl in a bikini advertises leisure in the Soviet Union – what more can you ask for. Read More
Russia in 1912
Comparative population in various countries. From left to right: China, Great Britain with colonies, Russia, United States, Germany, Japan, Austro-Hungary, Great Britain and France.
Published in 1912, the Nicholas Rubakins book «Russia in Figures» contains wonderful examples of vintage infographics.
Comparative strength of different faiths in Russia. Orthodox, Old Believers, Armenian Apostolic, Roman Catholics, Lutherans, other Christians, Jews, Islam, Buddhists, and the remaining
Comparative strength of the peoples living in Russia. Russians (with the Ukrainians and Belarusians); Turks and Tatars; Poles; Finnish tribes; Jews; Lithuanians; Germans; Caucasians and Georgians; Highlanders; Armenians; and other
The professional composition of the Russian population. The relative strength of professions.
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