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Makarenko (Макаренко) Anton Semyonovich
«The Pedagogical Poem»
Anton Makarenko was a Ukrainian and Soviet educationist and writer, one of the founders of the Soviet pedagogy, who elaborated the theory and methodology of upbringing in child collectives and of introducing the productive labor into the educational system.
In the aftermath of the Russian Revolution he established self-supporting orphanages for street children left orphaned by the Russian Civil War, including the Gorky Colony and later, under Stalin's auspices, the Dzerzhinsky Commune. The Soviet establishment hailed these establishments as a grand success in mass rehabilitation of juvenile delinquents.
Makarenko wrote several books, of which «The Pedagogical Poem», a fictionalized story of the Gorky Colony, was especially popular in the USSR.
USSR, 1962, Anton Makharenko
USSR, 1988, Anton Makharenko
Ukraine, 2008.03.12, Bilopilya. Anton Makarenko
USSR, 1963.03.13, Moskow. 75th Birth Anniv of Makharenko
USSR, 1963.03.13, Poltava. 75th Birth Anniv of Makharenko
USSR, 1978.03.13, Sumi. 90th Birth anniv. of Makharenko
USSR, 1988.03.13, Belopolie. Birth Centenary of Makharenko
USSR, 1988.03.13, Kiev. Birth centenary of Anton Makarenko
Ukraine, 2008, Anton Makarenko
USSR, 1963, Anton Makarenko
USSR, 1968, Anton Makarenko
USSR, 1978, Anton Makarenko
USSR, 1978, Makarenko monument in Sumi
USSR, 1987, Anton Makarenko
USSR, 1985.07.30, Makarenko monument in Kharkov