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Советский Pin-Up

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Художник и иллюстратор Валерий Барыкин

Художник и иллюстратор Валерий Барыкин

Jurij Aleksiejewicz Gagarin

Jurij Aleksiejewicz Gagarin

A early German WW1 uniform‼️ I hope you like it‼️:) #WW1 #WWi #war #wartime #medal #german #history #germanhistory #intresting #soldiers #collecting #wehrmacht

A early German WW1 uniform‼️ I hope you like it‼️:) #WW1 #WWi #war #wartime #medal #german #history #germanhistory #intresting #soldiers #collecting #wehrmacht

Soviet Propaganda Posters | ... soviet propaganda poster electrification soviet…

Soviet Propaganda Posters | ... soviet propaganda poster electrification soviet…

Советский Pin-Up

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ООО «Астерикс» (г.Санкт-Петербург). Этикетка на водку «Дикий гусь»

ООО «Астерикс» (г.Санкт-Петербург). Этикетка на водку «Дикий гусь»

Советский Pin-Up

Советский Pin-Up

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Советский Pin-Up

Советский Pin-Up

People are brothers and I like their bribes. [Play upon word "brat'ia" and "brat' ia"] (1919)

People are brothers and I like their bribes. [Play upon word "brat'ia" and "brat' ia"] (1919)

Советский Pin-Up

Советский Pin-Up


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Советский Pin-Up

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Яндекс.Фотки

Яндекс.Фотки

советские плакаты - Поиск в Google

советские плакаты - Поиск в Google

Deni, Viktor Nikolaevich, Who is against the Soviets,  (1919)

Deni, Viktor Nikolaevich, Who is against the Soviets, (1919)

Source: Hoover Political Poster Database. 2007.

Soviet anti Religious art

Source: Hoover Political Poster Database. 2007.

Bezbozhnik (Russian: Безбожник; "Atheist" or "The Godless") was a monthly anti-religious and atheistic satirical magazine. The League of Militant Atheists, was an atheistic and anti-religious organization of workers and intelligentsia that developed in Soviet Russia under the influence of the ideological and cultural views and policies of the Soviet Communist Party from 1925 to 1947.

Bezbozhnik, Vintage propaganda, Vintage Print, Soviet art, Anti-religious and atheistic, Moscow 1929 SovietArt

Bezbozhnik (Russian: Безбожник; "Atheist" or "The Godless") was a monthly anti-religious and atheistic satirical magazine. The League of Militant Atheists, was an atheistic and anti-religious organization of workers and intelligentsia that developed in Soviet Russia under the influence of the ideological and cultural views and policies of the Soviet Communist Party from 1925 to 1947.

Demolición de templo católico en Vilnus en 1877.

Demolición de templo católico en Vilnus en 1877.

Source: Hoover Political Poster Database. 2007.

Soviet anti Religious art

Source: Hoover Political Poster Database. 2007.

February 24, 2015: Unknown assailants vandalised the church of the Mystery of the Resurrection in Emmaus in Czestochowa.

February 24, 2015: Unknown assailants vandalised the church of the Mystery of the Resurrection in Emmaus in Czestochowa.

L: “Bye-and-bye the bishops ate.” R: “The power of the engines which overcomes the power of the church.” Graphic Arts Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library.

Some Exceptionally Vivid Soviet Anti-Religious Propaganda

L: “Bye-and-bye the bishops ate.” R: “The power of the engines which overcomes the power of the church.” Graphic Arts Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library.

L: “The voice of God is intended for the rich.” R: “Belief is harmful, more harmful than wine.” Graphic Arts Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library.

Some Exceptionally Vivid Soviet Anti-Religious Propaganda

L: “The voice of God is intended for the rich.” R: “Belief is harmful, more harmful than wine.” Graphic Arts Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library.

Soviet, year unknown

Soviet, year unknown

During the night of 12–13 August [O.S. 30–31 July] 1922 after having been shaved and dressed in rags so that the firing squad would not know that they were shooting members of the clergy, Benjamin and those with him, Archimandrite Sergius, Yury Novitsky, and John Kovsharov, were executed in the eastern outskirts of Petrograd, at the Porokhov Station of the Irinovskaya Railroad

During the night of 12–13 August [O.S. 30–31 July] 1922 after having been shaved and dressed in rags so that the firing squad would not know that they were shooting members of the clergy, Benjamin and those with him, Archimandrite Sergius, Yury Novitsky, and John Kovsharov, were executed in the eastern outskirts of Petrograd, at the Porokhov Station of the Irinovskaya Railroad

Mikhail Cheremnykh: “Gesundheit!” (1923) This poster from a 1923 issue of THE GODLESS showed how grossly offensive the antireligious campaign could be.

Soviet anti Religious art

Mikhail Cheremnykh: “Gesundheit!” (1923) This poster from a 1923 issue of THE GODLESS showed how grossly offensive the antireligious campaign could be.

Estatua de Cristo mutilada en la ciudad de Kijevo, durante la Guerra Croata de Independencia. 1991

Estatua de Cristo mutilada en la ciudad de Kijevo, durante la Guerra Croata de Independencia. 1991

“The Triumph of Christianity” Soviet anti-religious poster from the 1920’s

Soviet anti Religious art

“The Triumph of Christianity” Soviet anti-religious poster from the 1920’s