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Picturing Power: Posters of the Cultural Revolution

This fascinating site posted by the Huntington Archive at Ohio State University features materials from a recent conference sponsored by the University of Westminster's School of Fine Arts Gallery and Indiana University's East Asian Studies Center focusing on posters from the Cultural Revolution. The online gallery allows viewers to examine representative posters of the era and features...
The Chairman Smiles

The 145 posters gathered together on the International Institute of Social History website represent some of the best propaganda efforts of the former Soviet Union, China, and Cuba. In the Soviet Posters section, readers can peruse representations from the Revolution of 1917, the subsequent civil war, the Five Year Plans of the 1930s, and Stalin's dictatorship. The Chinese posters include rare...
The Chairman Smiles: Posters from the Former Soviet Union, Cuba and China

Drawn from the collection of the International Institute of Social History in Amsterdam, this website offers digitized images of both famous and obscure political propaganda posters. The ninety-nine posters are presented on three pages, one each for the Soviet Union, Cuba, and China. Even users with high-bandwidth connections should be patient when accessing these pages, since thumbnails for all...