Life in Cold War Russia by anna

Children

  • many children were orphaned due to death of parents or abandonment
  • have lack of normal child development due to low recources
  • if they were able to go to school and were religious, they were bullied because of their faith
  • they were taught and practiced what to during nuclear bomb threat

normal life

• Millions starved to death

• Shortages of meat, potatoes, medicine, hygiene goods, and toilet paper

• Nothing was taken for granted

• 2-3 families in 1 small apartment

• very had to find fuel

  • everyday people had an underlying fear of death

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