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    The Victory of Communism is Inevitable (Moscow, 1955). Russian Propaganda Poster (22.75" X 35.5").
    Vladimir Lenin towers over the Soviet people, reassuring them that Communism is the only system of government that is just and will prevail. By 1955, Stalin's image was gone and even though Lenin passed away in 1924, his symbolic image on this poster (as an embodiment of the Communist Party) was enough to ensure calm during the turbulent era of the Cold War. This poster depicts the former leader in his typical pose, extending a helping hand to the people and encouraging them to rise up against those opposed to Communism. Art by V. Ivanov and dated 1953. Touchup was applied to a small chip in the bottom left corner, a tear in the bottom border, a chip in the bottom right corner, a chip in the top border, creases in the corners, and a tear in the left border that extends into the audience. Very Fine- on Linen.


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