11 Advertisements In The Post War USSR

Advertisements In The Post War USSR

Posted on October 11, 2011 by

‘Rabotnitsa’, 1952: bankbooks advertisement runs that ‘you can collect money for buying different things in the savings bank’.

Bonds advertisement. In the upper left corner: government stocks favour the further development of National economy of the USSR. And in red: buy 3% state premium bonds!

Tourist services ads were rare. They offered only national resorts. In the picture: Ritsa Lake advertisement. It says: a new first class hotel has opened at Ritsa Lake, 60 kilometers away from Gagra . It provides its clients with cozy rooms, a restaurant, a cafe, taxi cabs, buses, and boats. At Lake Ritsa (also in Gagra, Sukhumi and Mysser), there are holiday houses for those who come by car.

‘Ogonyok’, 1954: refrigerators advertisement. ‘Made in Saratov!’ They say that these fridges had worked well up to the ‘Perestroyka’!

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11 Responses to “Advertisements In The Post War USSR”

  1. (r)evolutionist says:

    Lies. All advertisers are liars. Only person who can outfox an adman is a pol.

  2. Hola! says:

    This is so cute! A Soviet pin-up art.

  3. geoff says:

    “Fridges worked well up to the Perestroyka”. Working for thirty five or more years. Only problem is these old fridges probably use a lot of electricity.

  4. Partizan says:

    In the USSR, in theory you could buy these goods.

    • Cpt. Obvious says:

      In theory communism is a utopian way to live, on the other hand in practice…

      • JP says:

        Ok I live in New Zealand our goverment rushes everything including a global warming tax through parliament through our so called democracy(more like what ever the Goverment wants it gets)system and whats different to communism in the end TELL ME! I was born in NZ Whats changed ????

  5. burak_ck says:

    what is the purpose of advertising under communist state…if you dont have any choise,what is the purpose really

  6. jordan says:

    The fridges worked perfectly until Glasnost.

  7. JP says:

    “‘Rabotnitsa’ magazine, 1952: children’s tooth powder. Another slogan is as following: healthy teeth guarantee that you will have good health!”
    I thought that it was proven recently that bacteria on teeth increased heart attack chances

  8. Instigater says:

    Exact model of fride worked at my grandma’s place till mid nineties.

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