Juliane Fürst

Social and cultural historian, University of Bristol

Social and cultural historian of the Soviet Union at the University of Bristol, author of the forthcoming book on the Soviet hippie movement titled “Flowers through Concrete: Explorations in the Soviet Hippieland”

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In the 1960s, the hippie movement flourished in California, quickly spread throughout the country and then overseas - to the Soviet Union.

Sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll in Soviet Russia

In the 1960s, the hippie movement flourished in California, quickly spread throughout the country and then overseas - to the Soviet Union.

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