Eastern Europe at the Fall of Communism – Eastern Czechoslovakia and Hungary
Late on a Sunday night, I boarded at train from Krakow that would arrive in Kosice, Czechoslovakia ( now Slovakia ) the next morning. This Soviet train going from Paris to Moscow, passed by but did not pick up passengers. I shared a compartment with construction workers – we spoke in broken German while swilling vodka the whole night. Once a bottle was opened, the cap was tossed away.
Kosice was peaceful in the early morning, though there was no place to eat or even have a coffee.
Art Deco Proletarianism.
” Truth ” for the Working Masses.
Punk Concerts – Catching up with the times.
Fresh picked harvest.
Late in the morning I boarded another train for Debrecen,Hungary. Finally,I could sit down for an excellent kitchen cooked meal.
On the vast plains near Fuzysabony, Hungary. The flat lands stretch thousands of kilometers eastward to the Urals.