High-powered work is a bulwark of the defence power of the USSR. 1941.
With these posters and slogans, they would raise the spirits of the civilian Soviet people during World War II, calling to hard work and complete dedication in the fight against the common enemy.
Increase the fighting strength of the USSR! 1941.
Drivers! Deliver cargoes to the front quickly and with no breakdowns and accidents! 1941.
More metal, more weapons! 1941.
Worker, produce more shells to bring the victory day closer! 1944.
Good harvesting is a good attack against the enemy! 1941.
Defective goods are the enemy. Do not produce defective goods! 1941.
The country needs electricity. Those who waste it, are double wasters! 1941.
Which one of you can help the front most? 1942.
Provide the front with weapons and ammunition to help defeat the enemy! 1942.
The army and the civilian people united, are unconquerable! 1941.
Help the front with money! Provide it with weapons, ammunition and planes! 1941.
How have you hepled the front? Have you handed warm clothes in for the Red Army? 1941.
Collect scrap metal! Look around to check if there is scrap metal anywhere: at home, in the street, at a factory nearby, or a collective farm. Melting it to produce shells, we will bring the victory day closer! 1941.