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Polish and Russian propaganda posters


Prince 15 | 590  
14 Nov 2008 /  #1
There is huge collection with anti Polish Russian posters and anti Russian Polish posters.

200 such graphics in Polish Russian book.

Poland poster

Article about this book and Polish-Russian stereotypes:

Some examples:

Poland stereotype

Russian poster(1920) says

"Hurry to help! Polish predator torment bodies of your brothers: lauborers and peasants

Peasant! Lauborer! When you help Red Army soldier you scrag head for white eagle guards"

Polish poster says "Join voluntary Army!"

This book is very interesting lecture.
wildrover 98 | 4431  
14 Nov 2008 /  #2
Peasant! Lauborer! When you help Red Army soldier you scrag head for white eagle guards"

I am going to have to remember that one...sounds like a great insult after a few beers..just before the fight starts....
wildrover 98 | 4431  
14 Nov 2008 /  #4
there are some here URL too

Brilliant....is there a website where you can see all this stuff....?
OP Prince 15 | 590  
14 Nov 2008 /  #5
I am going to have to remember that one...sounds like a great insult after a few beers..just before the fight starts....

;)

there are some here URL too

I'll add missing ;)

polish soviet

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SeanBM 34 | 5790  
14 Nov 2008 /  #6
Brilliant....is there a website where you can see all this stuff....?

There is loads of stuff on google images.
OP Prince 15 | 590  
15 Nov 2008 /  #7
acd

This Russian poster is interesting.
Sasha 2 | 1083  
16 Nov 2008 /  #8
Honestly, I see antipolish russian posters first time in my life. Thanks. Good to know there're lots of antibolsheviks posters in Russia as well.
OP Prince 15 | 590  
3 Dec 2008 /  #9
This are interesting as well.

First one is Russian second one is Polish.
Sasha 2 | 1083  
3 Dec 2008 /  #10
What's written on second? Too small letters I can't read. I actually doubt if I could understand if they were bigger.
Harry  
3 Dec 2008 /  #11
I like this one (even though it is actually Nazi rather than Polish):

My favorite bit is how even today some Poles are still repeating this bit of Nazi propaganda!
Sasha 2 | 1083  
3 Dec 2008 /  #12
My favourite bit is how even today some Poles are still repeating this bit of Nazi propaganda!

What that means? "England! (these are) your deeds"?
Harry  
3 Dec 2008 /  #13
Pretty much. Or perhaps "England! Look what you've done!"
McCoy 27 | 1268  
3 Dec 2008 /  #14
can't resist posting my favorite poster:

and another great one: podziemiezbrojne.blox.pl/resource/Bij_Bolszewika.jpg

:)
Sasha 2 | 1083  
3 Dec 2008 /  #15
McCoy

Don't know what "pocisk" means but I suspect the whole slogan can be rendered as "One (every) shell - one German".

The second is clear "bey bolshevikov" in Russian.
Bratwurst Boy 9 | 12057  
3 Dec 2008 /  #16
can't resist posting my favorite poster:

He....cool poster...wonder why it didn't work though...:)
(neither the one nor the other)
Matyjasz 2 | 1543  
3 Dec 2008 /  #17
He....cool poster...wonder why it didn't work though...:)

I think it's from the polish-bolshevik war, so it did actually work out. :)
OP Prince 15 | 590  
20 Dec 2008 /  #18
Yes most of this posters are form 1920.

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