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Tekhnika Molodezhi had a science fiction section. As such, during the Soviet era it was often the first publisher in the USSR of foreign science fiction authors.
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- Journal Archive 1933-2011 (Russian)
- https://twitter.com/Oniropolis/status/490842365998141441/photo/1 A 1949 cover featuring flying cars with the never-completed Palace of the Soviets in the distance
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