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"Corn is a Source of Abundance" says this Soviet era poster. Generations of the Soviet people were brainwashed by nonsense like this. Rumors had it that on Khruschev's orders, corn was added to bread due to wheat shortages. Yes, "Abundance", Soviet style.

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Something like "Demand Sausages Everywhere". A poster in Столовая N57 at GUM, Moscow.

"Demand Sausages Everywhere". A poster in Столовая at GUM, Moscow.

"Contraceptives. Sold in pharmacies. Condoms, female caps ‘KR’ (‘Red Rubber-worker’ factory), rubber caps MISPA, metal caps Kafka. Consult a doctor before choosing a contraceptive.", 1938

Sold in pharmacies. Consult a doctor before choosing a contraceptive.

#Soviet poster: "We are short of bread, then let’s eat fish instead. Our seas are rich in fish. Go to the Labour Department and become a fishmonger."

Soviet Epoch In Soviet Posters "We are short of bread, then let's eat fish instead. Our seas are rich in fish. Go to the Labour Department and become a fishmonger.

Дефицитные товары - Советская реклама. Единая Служба Объявлений

Дефицитные товары - Советская реклама. Единая Служба Объявлений

"Bolshevists, (throw your) harvest at the enemy!" - Soviet Union, 1941

"Attack the enemy with Bolshevik's harvesting" Russian WWII poster

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