Anti-Fascism Soviet Propaganda Poster (1944)
About the Poster
This Anti-Fascist Soviet Propaganda Poster from 1944 depicts legions of German soldiers fated to die in the Russian winter of the Eastern Front.
The poster shows rows of German soldiers marching in step under the long arm of Hitler's orders. Its striking imagery chronicles how the goose step of the soldiers transforms them first into a sea of uniform swastikas, after which they turn into rows of headstones in the snowy landscape. Notably, Hitler's unusually long arm places his long reach over the soldiers' complete metamorphosis into swastikas, but not into their deaths. Meanwhile, his body is as far behind the front line as it would be possible to place him in a poster.
Such subtle, inventive imagery have helped make this poster one of the most popular among contemporary propaganda art enthusiasts. This work is the diametric opposite of the ham-fisted political caricatures that label every single aspect of their message we often see.
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• Paper thickness: 10.3 mil
• Paper weight: 5.57 oz/y² (189 g/m²)
• Giclée printing quality
• Opacity: 94%