November 7 marks the seventieth anniversary of the revolution which established the world’s first socialist country. Amirah Inglis recalls the imagery and iconography of the Soviet Union, as it entered the darkest days of stalinism, from a communist childhood in the 1930s.
Recommended CitationInglis, Amirah and Bull, Jade, Time Out: 1. Memoirs of a Dutiful (Red) Daughter 2. The Future For The Left ..., Australian Left Review, 1(102), 1987, 38-43.