Three Soviet propaganda posters designed in 1980s.
The first is a celebration of the Soviet army represented through a statue erected in East Berlin after the victory of the Soviet army in the Second World War. The statue is of a Soviet soldier who showed compassion during the war by choosing the spare the life of a German girl, 85x53, artist: B. Folomkin.
The second poster depicts 23rd of February, the date of the creation of the Red Army in 1918. Since then Soviets celebrate that date as Red Army and Navy Day, 55x34 cm, artists: L.Belsky, V.Potapov
The third advertises the compulsory military service in the Soviet Union, 55x34 cm, artists: N.Verdy, V.Kovalenko
- B. Folomkin
- Poster titel
- Set of 3 Soviet Army posters
- Militair, Propaganda (leger)
- Land van herkomst
- B+ (goed - kleine imperfecties)
- 85×53 cm