SOVIET  PROPAGANDA

Posters & Cartoons of the 20th Century

This outstanding collection of exampls of Soviet-era propaganda is arranged chronologically from the Boleshevik Revolution to the Cold War arms race.

H524

Artist unknown.
"There is a spectre haunting Europe; the spectre of Communism."
1917-1924?
Note: The text is from the Communist Manifesto Marx & Engels 1848.
Courtesy Hoover Institution

 

Artist unknown.
"League of Nations - Capitalists from all countries, unite!"
1917-1920?
Courtesy Hoover Institution

 

H1968
H545 Artist unknown.
"The bread one is working for."
1920-1930?
Note: Young man from the new regime refuses to sell bread unless the old regime shows work books - no work, no food.
Courtesy Hoover Institution
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Many of these posters came from the Hoover Institution's Russian/CIS collection.

 

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