We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byManuel Boorman
Modified over 2 years ago
Consumer Culture in the East February 1, 2012
The communist penchant for heavy industry (here: Klement Gottwald and the building of socialism in Czechoslovakia)
Competition for “socialist achievement” on the factory floor
The old town – and industry – in Ostrava, Czechoslovakia
“Nowa Huta” outside Cracow, Poland (and the Lenin Steel Works)
The “Stalin Avenue” in East Berlin
Shoppers along the Stalinallee
Stores along the Stalinallee, 1954: Furniture, groceries, household goods
Inside the stores: the GDR claimed to have all these goods available…
… but often people had to wait in line for groceries, shoes, and other necessities
Buying fabric in the East German “Trade Organization” shop, 1963
Movie theaters in the Soviet bloc: “International” (Berlin), “Kosmos” (Berlin), “Kosmos” (Katowice)
The World Clock on the Alexanderplatz
Kitchen and living room of an East German apartment, ca. 1963
Socialist modern: the “tin can” building in Leipzig (building from 1908; façade renovated 1966-68)
The TV Tower in East Berlin (built 1965-69)
Close-up of the TV tower
Divergent Fates History 323 / April 24, A radical commune in Hamburg, 1968.
ECONOMIC SYSTEMS Chapter 2 Section 3 Command Economies.
Economic Systems Chapter 2 Section 3 Command Economies.
The World Copyright © Dale Carnegie & Associates, Inc.
Poland in 1989 By Eleanor Thomas, Erica Carvalho and Anita Bainbridge.
My House. Bedroom I sleep in my bedroom. What do you do in your bedroom? What kind of furniture do you have in your bedroom?
Europe Cold War 1. 1 The West: NATO countries (democracy)
Life in a Totalitarian State Russian Revolution. Terms Pravda, totalitarian state, atheism, socialist realism.
Life In A Totalitarian State Sec. 3 Bell Work #4 First ramona prepared a menu secondly deciding on a program and third she invited special guests.
THE COMMUNIST BLOC. THE POST-WAR ORDER TEHRAN, 1943 Stalin sought guarantees in Poland & Germany MOSCOW, 1944 Churchill & Stalin agreed to share.
The economic modernisation of East Germany. Evidence of a successful economy: Agriculture: - By % of agricultural production came from collective.
What was the state of Germany after 1945? Hunger Damage to buildings, businesses Refugees Treatment by Soviet soldiers.
By: Breanna Trout. Totalitarian State: One-Party dictatorship attempts to regulate ever aspect of the lives of its citizens. Socialist Realism: A goal.
Good and bad sides of Świdnik Świdnik is a beautiful town in the east of Poland. I was born in this town and this place has changed since then. A few years.
My House By Marissa Esposito. The Style of my house The style of my house that I chose to do is Victorian.
Thesis Rationale Thesis: Mao’s Five Year Plan successfully industrialized China by improving the productivity and transportation. Mao’s ultimate goal was.
COMMUNITY SURVEY 2011 CONDUCTED BY THE PROVOST BUSINESS COMMUNITY WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF PROVOST ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT.
A Communist Totalitarian Government. Stalin claimed that Russia had suffered due to its economy being “backwards,” focusing on agriculture and not industry.
Campus signage – Internal
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.