MIA: USSR: Periodicals: "Soviet Life"

Soviet Life

In October 1956, the Soviet and US Governments agreed to allow each other to publish a magazine in their own nation, but limited circulation to 30,000 copies per issue. The Soviet Government published a magazine entitled The USSR, while the US Government published Amerika.  A few years later The USSR changed its title to Soviet Life.

Soviet Life was generally not a political magazine, in the sense that it rarely delved into the political issues of the day, nor did it talk about political theory, etc. Instead it focused on Soviet culture (including national minorities), science, education and health care. The last issue of Soviet Life was published on December, 1991.

February, 1969: On Marriage and Family | Roosevelt-Litvinov: Man to Man Talk
November, 1977: 60 Years of the October Revolution | What the Socialist State Gives the People
August, 1983: Tashkent Celebrates its 2000th Aniversary
October, 1984: Free Health Care | Turkmenia and Uzbekistan Today | Poet Mikhail Lermontov