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Students – Trifonov
In this post, we will see the book Students by Yuri Trifonov. About the book This book by Yuri Trifonov is about Moscow student life in the postwar years. The reader is taken into the lecture halls, the club and … Continue reading
Challenging Mathematical Problems With Elementary Solution (Vols. 1 & 2) – Yaglom, Yaglom
In this post, we will see the two volume set of Challenging Mathematical Problems With Elementary Solution by A. M. Yaglom; I. M. Yaglom . Volume 1: Combinatorial Analysis and Probability Theory Volume 2: Problems From Various Branches of Mathematics … Continue reading
Posted in books, mathematics, problem books, soviet
Tagged binomial coefficients, chessboard problems, combinatorial analysis, combinatorial problems, convex polygons, geometric problems, lattices, mathematics, nondecimal counting, plane, points, probability theory, problem book, problems, problems and solutions, problems of many possible outcomes, representation of integers as sums and products, russian, soviet, theory of primes, topology
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Lev Vygotsky (Outstanding Soviet Psychologists) – Yaroshevsky
In this post, we will see the book Lev Vygotsky by Mikhail Yaroshevsky. The book is a part of Outstanding Soviet Psychologists series. About the book Lev Vygotsky, known as the “Mozart of Psychology”, was one of the most influential … Continue reading
Posted in books, philosophy, progress publishers, psychology
Tagged abnormal children, art in society, behaviorism, biography, dialecticalmaterialism, freud, higher psychological functions, language, learning, luria, marxist psychology, pavlov, philosophy, progress in psychology, progress publishers, psychology, russian, scientific biography, signs, soviet, symbols, thinking, thorndike, thought, thought and language, word, zone of proximal development
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Soviet Sputniks
In this post, we will see the book Soviet Sputniks. This book is based on articles by Ambartsumyan; Blagonravov; E. Blinov; S. Vemov; K. Gilzin; Professor Dobronravov; S. Dolginov; P. Isakov; A. Karpenko; Dr. V. Krasovsky; Y. Krylov; Professor Romadin; … Continue reading
Posted in Aerodynamics, popular science, science, soviet, space, technology
Tagged artificial satellite, russian, soviet, space programme, space technology, space travel, sputnik
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Sons of the Blue Planet – Lebedev, Luk’yanov, Romanov
In this post, we will see the book Sons Of The Blue Planet by L. Lebedev; B. Lykâyanov; A. Romanov. About the book The daring wish of mankind was, and still is, to look at the earth from a sufficient … Continue reading
Posted in books, history, NASA Technical Translations, soviet, space, technology
Tagged astronauts, biographies, cosmonauts, history, russian, soviet, soyuz, space, space ship, space station, space technology, space travel, yuri gargarin
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Your First Move – Sokolsky
In this post, we will see the book Your First Move by Alexei Sokolsky. About the book A book that introduces chess to beginners and is deep enough to offer a lot to the experienced players as well. The book … Continue reading
Posted in books, problem books, progress publishers, raduga publishers, soviet
Tagged chess, chess moves, chess pieces, chess problems, chess rules, chess solutions, end game, endgame studies, games, middle game, opening, raduga publishers, russian, sacrifices, soviet, soviet chess school, traps
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The Sun’s Wind by Alexei Leonov
In this post, we will see the book The Sun’s Wind by Alexei Leonov. About the book Story of SoyuzApollo Project as told by USSR Cosmonaut Alexei Leonov My young friend, This story and the drawings are specially for you. … Continue reading
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Tagged alexei leonov, america, apollo, astronaut training, astronauts, baikonur, children's literature, children's science, cosmonauts, docking, donald slayton, houston, how to become a space man, landing, life, life in space, lift off, popular science, rocket launch, rocket reentry, rockets, russian, soviet, soyuz, space, space travel, space walk, sunrise from space, thomas stafford, ussr, valery kubasov, vance brand, working in space
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