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David King recently published a stunning book called “ Russian Revolutionary Posters “, which traces the history of these striking propaganda pieces from the Russian Revolution through to the Space Race. As someone who was taught history from a Western perspective – with the Soviet Union often misunderstood at best, or mistrusted at worst – I found it fascinating to get a glimpse behind ideological lines.

No matter how stark the contrasts might seem between “us” and “them” (even today, the Pussy Riot trial has brought this way of thinking into the foreground), it’s never difficult to find evidence that there’s no meaningful difference in the way people of different nations think and feel. These posters seem to be ample evidence of that.

This poster was created two years after the close of the First World War, which had seen the formation of the disastrous Treaty of Versailles at the Paris Peace Conference. Neither Germany nor the new communist government of Russia had been invited to attend. The Paris Peace Conference also gave rise to the League of Nations, savagely attacked by Victor Deni in this memorable poster.

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David King recently published a stunning book called “ Russian Revolutionary Posters “, which traces the history of these striking propaganda pieces from the Russian Revolution through to the Space Race. As someone who was taught history from a Western perspective – with the Soviet Union often misunderstood at best, or mistrusted at worst – I found it fascinating to get a glimpse behind ideological lines.

No matter how stark the contrasts might seem between “us” and “them” (even today, the Pussy Riot trial has brought this way of thinking into the foreground), it’s never difficult to find evidence that there’s no meaningful difference in the way people of different nations think and feel. These posters seem to be ample evidence of that.

This poster was created two years after the close of the First World War, which had seen the formation of the disastrous Treaty of Versailles at the Paris Peace Conference. Neither Germany nor the new communist government of Russia had been invited to attend. The Paris Peace Conference also gave rise to the League of Nations, savagely attacked by Victor Deni in this memorable poster.

David King recently published a stunning book called “ Russian Revolutionary Posters “, which traces the history of these striking propaganda pieces from the Russian Revolution through to the Space Race. As someone who was taught history from a Western perspective – with the Soviet Union often misunderstood at best, or mistrusted at worst – I found it fascinating to get a glimpse behind ideological lines.

No matter how stark the contrasts might seem between “us” and “them” (even today, the Pussy Riot trial has brought this way of thinking into the foreground), it’s never difficult to find evidence that there’s no meaningful difference in the way people of different nations think and feel. These posters seem to be ample evidence of that.

This poster was created two years after the close of the First World War, which had seen the formation of the disastrous Treaty of Versailles at the Paris Peace Conference. Neither Germany nor the new communist government of Russia had been invited to attend. The Paris Peace Conference also gave rise to the League of Nations, savagely attacked by Victor Deni in this memorable poster.

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Synopsis: A post-apocalyptic Western, in which a lone man fights his way across America in order to protect a sacred book that holds the secrets to saving humankind.


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