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Red Utopia is a non-propagandistic search for what is left of communism, 100 years after the Russian Revolution.

Jan Banning is raising funds for RED UTOPIA: communist party offices around the world. Red Utopia is a non-propagandistic search for what is left of communism, 100 years after the Russian Revolution.

World Civilizations Two: Russian Revolution

Russian Revolution - Vladimir Lenin, leader of the Bolsheviks, speaking at a meeting in Sverdlov Square in Moscow, with Leon Trotsky and Lev Kamenev adjacent to the right of the podium

The next Imperial Easter Egg in line - the "Alexander III Commemorative Egg", from 1909, has been missing since the Russian Revolution. A picture from a pre-revolution photo catalog exists of it

LOST EGG - The next Imperial Easter Egg in line - the "Alexander III Commemorative Egg", from has been missing since the Russian Revolution. A picture from a pre-revolution photo catalog exists of it

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1917 Moscow First days of the February Revolution Distribution of literature in Moscow Reproduction Photo TASS/ Getty Images

1917 Moscow First days of the February Revolution Distribution of literature in Moscow Reproduction Photo TASS/ Getty Images

Crowds on Nevsky Prospekt during the February Revolution in Petrograd, which led to the Russian Revolution and the overthrow of the monarchy, March 1917.

Crowds on Nevsky Prospekt during the February Revolution in Petrograd, which led to the Russian Revolution and the overthrow of the monarchy, March

V. I. Lenin in the Red Square at the Kremlin wall during a demonstration of the working people devoted to the First Anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution. Moscow. November 7, 1918

Lenin in the Red Square at the Kremlin wall during a demonstration of the working people devoted to the First Anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution.

Mathilda Kschessinskaya  was the second person to be granted the title of Prima Ballerina Assoluta (around 1906). A Russian ballerina she was also the mistress of Tsar Nicholas II when he was a Grand Duke. After the Russian Revolution, she moved to Paris, when she coached two future Prima Ballerina Assolutas (Margot Fonteyn and Alicia Markova) before dying just short of her 100th birthday.

Mathilda Kschessinskaya was the second person to be granted the title of Prima Ballerina Assoluta (around 1906). A Russian ballerina she was also the mistress of Tsar Nicholas II when he was a Grand Duke. After the Russian Revolution, she moved to Paris, when she coached two future Prima Ballerina Assolutas (Margot Fonteyn and Alicia Markova) before dying just short of her 100th birthday.

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