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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.)

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)

Lenin 1870-1924. 1924

Lenin 1870-1924. 1924

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

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

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.

Lênin, em 1900 (Foto: Reprodução)

25 fotos coloridas da Rússia antiga

Lênin, em 1900 (Foto: Reprodução)

Lenin poster

Lenin poster


Другие идеи
A political theory derived from Karl Marx, advocating class war and leading to a society in which all property is publicly owned and each person works and is paid according to their abilities and needs.

A political theory derived from Karl Marx, advocating class war and leading to a society in which all property is publicly owned and each person works and is paid according to their abilities and needs.

22 - Lenin - Imagem publicitária de Lenin - União Soviética - 1917

22 - Lenin - Imagem publicitária de Lenin - União Soviética - 1917

Propaganda poster form the Soviet Union with Uncle Stalin.

Propaganda poster form the Soviet Union with Uncle Stalin.

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lenin-poster.jpg (760×1112)

Going to set up a place to take photos with my web cam to edit in backgrounds so people can make their own propaganda posters

Going to set up a place to take photos with my web cam to edit in backgrounds so people can make their own propaganda posters

честь и слава героическому рабочему классу. колхозному крестьянству и народной интеллигенции!  Honra e glória para a heroica classe trabalhadora. O campesinato e os intelectuais do povo!

честь и слава героическому рабочему классу. колхозному крестьянству и народной интеллигенции! Honra e glória para a heroica classe trabalhadora. O campesinato e os intelectuais do povo!

soviet-posters: October revolution 1917 http://24.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m47vjhsTuI1rt3qpso1_1280.jpg

soviet-posters: October revolution 1917 http://24.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m47vjhsTuI1rt3qpso1_1280.jpg

SOVIET PROPAGANDA POSTER    “Don’t Gossip” and “Be on the lookout: These days, the walls talk.” In Soviet times, these kind of posters promoted discretion in wartime, lest the enemy hear you blabbering about military secrets.

SOVIET PROPAGANDA POSTER “Don’t Gossip” and “Be on the lookout: These days, the walls talk.” In Soviet times, these kind of posters promoted discretion in wartime, lest the enemy hear you blabbering about military secrets.

Soviet Communist Party propaganda poster (1957) Text: “In fight for the Soviet Government, for Socialism, for our Soviet motherland, for Communism - people and Party are standing as one!

Soviet Communist Party propaganda poster (1957) Text: “In fight for the Soviet Government, for Socialism, for our Soviet motherland, for Communism - people and Party are standing as one!

Soviet Space Era propaganda poster (1960s) Text: We are friends and in space we create peace!

Soviet Space Era propaganda poster (1960s) Text: We are friends and in space we create peace!

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