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Ivanovitch

Russian worker Ivanovitch met and exceeded all his production quotas and was awarded the one document closest to every Soviet citizen's heart: a passport to travel outside the Soviet Union.

Ivanovitch took advantage of the travel document. He left the Soviet Union and traveled from country to country, sending postcards back to his friends.

From Poland, he wrote back:
Greetings from a free Warsaw.

From Czechoslovakia, he wrote back:
Greetings from a free Prague.

From Hungary, he wrote back:
Greetings from a free Budapest.

From Yugoslavia, he wrote back:
Greetings from a free Belgrade.

From Belgrade he flew across the Atlantic and landed in Canada. From Gander International Airport in Newfoundland, he wrote back:
Greetings from a free Ivanovitch!