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Soviet propaganda

Soviet propaganda

"Death to the Fascist Beast!" is the caption on this Soviet propaganda poster, dating from 1941, in which a Russian soldier bayonets a swastika-shaped serpent.   (Image: Laski Diffusion/Getty Images)

"Death to the Fascist Beast!" is the caption on this Soviet propaganda poster, dating from 1941, in which a Russian soldier bayonets a swastika-shaped serpent. (Image: Laski Diffusion/Getty Images)

This is an anti-nazi propaganda poster from 1942. This is putting Hitler in a bad light, saying his thoughts only consist of violence and destruction. This represents the fact that there were many people against Hitler, claiming he was insane.

This is an anti-nazi propaganda poster from 1942. This is putting Hitler in a bad light, saying his thoughts only consist of violence and destruction. This represents the fact that there were many people against Hitler, claiming he was insane.

WWII Propaganda Poster warns all to be careful not to reveal soldier's information

WWII Propaganda Poster warns all to be careful not to reveal soldier's information

"There is no god" - Anti-religious Soviet Propaganda poster. Someone should show this to Putin, now.

"There is no god" - Anti-religious Soviet Propaganda poster. Someone should show this to Putin, now.

Russian Constructivism + Propaganda

Russian Constructivism + Propaganda

Reflections

Reflections

The Milky Way over the towns of Gerlach and Empire, Nevada • photo: Dan Newton on Flickr

The Milky Way over the towns of Gerlach and Empire, Nevada • photo: Dan Newton on Flickr