no one ever talked about it, but apparently Lenin had beautiful legs...

no one ever talked about it, but apparently Lenin had beautiful legs...

Russian poster, 1950's: We will not allow this to happen again! (With Stalin's death in 1953, the reaction to his regime came swiftly, and many of his supporters were persecuted. Here we see Stalin as a towering building, entirely made out of prison cells, a reference to the widespread imprisonings carried out by Stalin. The viewpoint of this poster, seen from the bottom looking upwards is effective in enhancing the impression of the old premier as some kind of evil giant.)

Russian poster, 1950's: We will not allow this to happen again! (With Stalin's death in 1953, the reaction to his regime came swiftly, and many of his supporters were persecuted. Here we see Stalin as a towering building, entirely made out of prison cells, a reference to the widespread imprisonings carried out by Stalin. The viewpoint of this poster, seen from the bottom looking upwards is effective in enhancing the impression of the old premier as some kind of evil giant.)

Lênin, em 1900 (Foto: Reprodução)

25 fotos coloridas da Rússia antiga

Lênin, em 1900 (Foto: Reprodução)

Lenin poster

Lenin poster

026_1941_Na poddergku Krasnoy Armii - opolchenie_A Kazancev_V Cvetkova.jpg (1074×1578)

026_1941_Na poddergku Krasnoy Armii - opolchenie_A Kazancev_V Cvetkova.jpg (1074×1578)

People and the Party Are Undivided [M. V. Luk'janov and V.S. Karakashev, 1978]  In this poster, banners carried by marching Soviet citizens create a somewhat subtle image of Lenin’s face. The caption reads “People and the party are undivided.” This famous Soviet slogan first appeared in Pravda, the leading newspaper of the Soviet Union, on 8 March 1953, just three days after Stalin’s death.

10 Amazing Cold War Propaganda Posters

People and the Party Are Undivided [M. V. Luk'janov and V.S. Karakashev, 1978] In this poster, banners carried by marching Soviet citizens create a somewhat subtle image of Lenin’s face. The caption reads “People and the party are undivided.” This famous Soviet slogan first appeared in Pravda, the leading newspaper of the Soviet Union, on 8 March 1953, just three days after Stalin’s death.

Lenin 1870-1924. 1924

Lenin 1870-1924. 1924

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