Russian Resurrection (Russia 1917, Part I)

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By Chief International Correspondent

Komsomolskaya Pravda is tracing our roots!

Most of our readers know that we were the official newspaper of Komsomol, the youth Our investigative correspondents are going all the way back to 1917 to witness the Council of People’s Commissars and their socialist wonderland. The beginning years of the Soviet Union weren’t its best, but the hardworking delegates were putting the people’s dreams into action. In the cold and dim conference room, the delegates were battling the hardest economic, social and political conditions. However, there was a happy and sincere smile on everyone’s face.

“We are not motivated by greed or ego,” said one delegate proudly to Komsomolskaya Pravda, “Inflation is under control, and communism is spreading to the farthest corners of the earth.” The old Tsarist disaster was no more, and a new Russia — a people’s Russia — has come to life!

The delegates did have some concerns about the future of the young Socialist Republic. Issues like the balance of industry and agriculture and the effects of World War I were being discussed. Nevertheless, with the power of the people, their best days were still ahead.

Stay tuned for our continuing coverage as we travel through history!

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