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The personality cult of Stalin in Soviet posters, 1929-1953

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The personality cult of Stalin in Soviet posters, 1929-1953
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Publisher: ANU Press
ISBN-13: 9781760460631
Number of pages: 538

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This book is the first dedicated study on the marketing of Stalin in Soviet propaganda posters. Drawing on the archives of libraries and museums throughout Russia, hundreds of previously unpublished posters are examined, with more than 130 reproduced in full colour.

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