She says these drills were held in her schools and the factory she worked in in Cold War era Latvia.
The sepia hue is unintentional. Mrs. MP attributes it to "cheap, rotten Soviet chemicals we had to work with then."
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Riga Doms and Latvia's Barricade Days
Latvia 20 years after independence: Tearing down a Stučka statue
1990 bread line in Riga, Latvia
Potato harvesting in Latvia in the early 1970s
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