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WWII Soviet propaganda posters – Gallery 2

2015-10-21

Couple of WWII posters created just by Viktor Deni

 

The disgraceful end of the Fascist aggressors

The disgraceful end of the Fascist aggressors

Offset printing. Publishers – Iskusstvo (Art). Published in Moscow and Leningrad in 1945, in total of 25 000 pieces.

 

With the holiday on our street!

With the holiday on our street!

Multicolor Lithography. Publishers – Iskusstvo (Art). Published in Moscow and Leningrad in 1943, in total of 100 000 pieces.

Some details to pay attention: Proper winter clothing on Soviet soldier, while German suffering form flu or other illness. Obviously if that was a case in 1943 there would be no need to point it out using propaganda means. Prime example of  “General Winter” myth.

 

Kill fascist-fanatic!

Kill fascist-fanatic!

Three Color Lithography. Publishers – Iskusstvo (Art). Published in Moscow and Leningrad in 1942, in total of 150 000 pieces.

Some details to pay attention:Looks like Soviets didn’t like Monocle type Prussian Generals.

 

Fascist (army) staff. Red Army correction!

Fascist (army) staff. Red Army correction!

Multicolor Lithography. Publishers – Iskusstvo (Art). Published in Moscow and Leningrad in 1943, in total of 100 000 pieces.

Text on the top says: “Conquering the world!”. Text in the left corner says: “Servitude to peoples!”.  In overall it is another example of  “General Winter” myth.

 

For the Germans the terrible things “bags” and “tongs”!

For the Germans the terrible things “bags” and “tongs”!

 Three Color Lithography. Publishers – Iskusstvo (Art). Published in Moscow and Leningrad in 1944, in total of 25 000 pieces.

This poster is a Pun using Russian military slang about encirclements.

 

Bring the Fascist fanatical vampire to the court trial of entire world!

Bring the Fascist fanatical vampire to the court trial of entire world!

Three Color Lithography. Publishers – Iskusstvo (Art). Published in Moscow and Leningrad in 1944, in total of 25 000 pieces.

Text on the plate says: Gas chamber, tortures, death camps, slavery, stealing into slavery, destruction of the cultural establishments, robbery.

 

There is nowhere to hide to fanatic! He will get what he deserves ! All life hates him! He will see no mercy!

There is nowhere to hide to fanatic! He will get what he deserves ! All life hates him! He will see no mercy!

Black and white  Lithography. Publishers – Iskusstvo (Art). Published in Moscow and Leningrad in 1945, in total of 45 000 pieces.