Here are a few more propaganda posters that were used to keep the spirits and patriotism of the Soviet citizens high during WWII (Great Patriotic War), much like the US had plastered in areas of high foot traffic such as outside cinemas, concert halls and metro stations.
History of the Soviet Union with an emphasis on its state security services and their role in maintaining cohesion throughout the USSR. The Cheka and NKVD gradually evolved into the KGB and MVD. Collectively, these agencies enabled the Soviet structure to remain in place as long as it did, and longer than it might have otherwise. (Note: For best results, please read in chronological order starting with the "Introduction" in the column on the right side of the page under "Archive of Chapters")
04 March 2011
Images of an Emerging New World II
Posted by Phillip de Valcourt at 03:02
Labels: Beria, Cheka, Cheka-KGB, Dzerzhinsky, FSB, GPU, Great Patriotic War, MGB, MVD, NKGB, NKVD, OGPU, Propaganda, SMERSH, Stalin, State Security, State Security - Cheka-KGB, SVR, WW II, WWII
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