Black Students In Red Russia

The story of the students who were sent from developing countries to study in the USSR.

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20090114

Burt Caesar tells the story of the students who, for three decades from the 1960s, were sent from developing countries to study in the Soviet Union, in the hope that they might become sympathetic to state socialism.

He finds out what it was like to for them live and study in the USSR at the height of the Cold War, the long-term impact of the political scholarships and where the former students are now.

Burt Caesar tells the story of the students who, for two decades from the 1960s, were sent from developing countries to study in the Soviet Union, in the hope that they might become sympathetic to state socialism.

20090114

Burt Caesar tells the story of the students who, for three decades from the 1960s, were sent from developing countries to study in the Soviet Union, in the hope that they might become sympathetic to state socialism.

He finds out what it was like to for them live and study in the USSR at the height of the Cold War, the long-term impact of the political scholarships and where the former students are now.

Burt Caesar tells the story of the students who, for two decades from the 1960s, were sent from developing countries to study in the Soviet Union, in the hope that they might become sympathetic to state socialism.