Propaganda Images From Soviet Magazines
INTRODUCTION and SELECTED IMAGES

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There are about 700 pictures on this site. They come from a Soviet magazine "Radio" and were never published before on the Internet.

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Prices will be shown later, when I will get to it, but You are welcome to send me Your requests. Return policy are identical to those of Propaganda Posters, our other site - we will send You full refund minus shipping and handling if You return unwanted item within 30 days. Payment options.

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Propaganda was such an integral part of Soviet reality that it had to be present virtually everywhere - just like commercial advertisements are present everywhere in Western society. Every magazine had a political section, and the publisher had to employ "propagandists" that were creating the contents of those sections.

In one way, the Soviet propaganda was a bit less intrusive than the western ads - You could skip the front section and get ad-free content afterwards.

The intensity and form of propaganda was changing thru time, and You can perfectly see it on our images. In the fifties, it was colorful, intense, deeply believed. In the eighties, it was more spread out but boring, dull and without any spark. Marasmus prevailed.

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Site navigation:

The images that You can see below are selected images only.

All images are listed (and later on, they will be annotated and priced) in Main Listing 1, 2 and 3. Images are sorted chronologically.

The numbers below images identify pictures for ordering and describe they origin:

  • the first number is the year printed

  • the second number is the month (these magazines went out monthly)

  • the third number tells the location of the image within the magazine:

    • "1" is the front cover,

    • "2" is the back of the front cover,

    • "3" is the back of the back cover,

    • "4" is the back cover.

    • "Mid" means that the image is not on the covers but inside the magazine.

    • "st" means a different magazine,

    • "inset" means a print that was inserted into the magazine.

Selected images:
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poster 57-05-1.jpg
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poster 57-07-1.jpg
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poster 58-05-1.jpg
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poster 60-11-1.jpg
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poster 61-01-1.jpg
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poster 85-04-mid1.jpg
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poster 64-08-1.jpg
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poster 60-03-1.jpg
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Propaganda Images From Soviet Magazines
INTRODUCTION

Main Listing (chronologic):  1  2  3       Front Covers only    Back Covers only
Propaganda Posters    Other Posters and Books    Film Related Memorabilia

 
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