An exhibition scrutinizing the popularity and impact of the “Fab Four” in the Soviet Union will be held at the Beatlemania museum in Germany.
Although the legendary musicians never performed in the USSR, an army of Beatle’s fans were brought up on their music, learning English by listening to British rock hits.
“The Beatles — Back from the USSR” exhibition will feature a selection of newspaper clippings from the ‘60s and ‘70s, reflecting the official stance of the Soviet authorities on the popular band.
The Beatlemania museum in Hamburg puts the spotlight on a wealth of exhibits and rarities from the world of The Beatles. Many are on display for the first time ever, brought together on five exhibition floors.