13 Inspiring Soviet Posters Exhibited In NY

Inspiring Soviet Posters Exhibited In NY

The Day of Reckoning is Getting Closer.

The German monster will never escape retribution and is doomed to be defeated.

An exhibition devoted to Soviet agitational posters is taking place in New York and is going to last until January, 7th. These posters were especially important during World War II because it was they which maintained patriotism and spirits of the Soviet people.

Strike Number 1000.

We are proud to know that the pen is now equivalent to a bayonet and helps in fighting against the enemy.

Dying Floriculture.

In spite of Goebbels’s reassuring speeches, confusion in the German Army keeps growing.

All the buds have faded and one has even fallen down. Goebbels is the flower grower and knows his business but it is not going to save the flower anyway.

You Must Reap What You Have Sown!

The fascist evildoer is terrified! Soviet farmers are going to sow oats, wheat and rye. Just like the Soviet Union will gather in the harvest, Hitler who has sown wars will reap his death.

Königsberg is Conquered!

Another city has been liberated by the Soviet Army!

Our Troops Keep Advancing!

Heroes! The country is happy to hear another piece of news about your successes! Let the Battle of Stalingrad be the last straw in defeating the German Army!

What’s going to happen tomorrow?

Russian Landscape.

Are those birds? No, they’re not. Those are blown up Nazis. Good job, partisans!

Glory to the Soviet Young People!

Soviet youth hardened by war and work is the future of the country!

How Hitler Brings up German Youth.

Hilter brainwashes the young Nazis so they never think by themselves. Young people are turned into bandits disgracing the country, who by the way are unaware that bandits always come to a bad end.

Soviet Seamen.

No Nazi will escape from Soviet seamen!

‘Hitler’s help’.


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13 Responses to “Inspiring Soviet Posters Exhibited In NY”

  1. GIZMO says:


  2. Iggy says:

    I can feel a flamewar about Soviets and Nazis coming…

  3. CZenda says:

    I did not bother to read all captions, but “Another city has been liberated by the Soviet Army!” is a pile of horse manure. The titles say “Königsberg is Conquered” and there is a short primitive poem under the picture.

  4. IamI says:

    Like the #640 (“Transformation of the Nazi”), resembling Pink Floyd’s The Wall movie (by Alan Parker).
    The #1017 (“Russian Landscape” or rather “BeloRussian Landscape”) is quite weird though ;)

  5. (r)evolutionist says:

    Yep, blood, gore, violence, and dehumanization really inspire me. Propaganda by the State only inspires sheep. Isn’t being invaded enough motivation to fight? But the know-it-all authorities have to put lazy bureaucrats to work doing something useless, I guess.

  6. zero says:

    It is good that the damn war has ended 66 years ago.

  7. Theebeatnik says:

    Love the art, thank you for the post.

  8. 山下智久 says:

    relationship between of Germany and Russia.look for ayaa···o(∩_∩)o…哈哈

  9. Michael says:

    Where is the exhibition? This was in Chicago earlier… but where in New York is it???

  10. Taisto says:

    Brutal manifestations of a brutal regime.

  11. Johmn says:


  12. S.Swaroop says:

    The Winner always live with War Nostelgia the WW@ is an ugly face of the generation!! All the Posters arethe shadows of ‘The hate against agression’. Where is the HOPE!!!

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