THE MYTH OF SOVIET INNOVATION
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From the moment the German armed forces capitulated on May 8 1945 (Germany’s legitimate government never did so), the Soviets benefited from a surge in production of what appeared to be innovated goods. New products began to appear in the Soviet stores that appeared to be of Soviet innovation and manufacture. However, many people are unaware that Soviet engineers plundered and copied much from the defeated Reich.
Wealthier Russians such as those loyal to the Stalinist regime were in awe of Soviet novelty. Soviet GUM stores boasted Soviet-made cameras, leisure goods, televisions, vacuum cleaners, telephones radios, fridges; everything designed to make life easier. These…
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