Soviet Propaganda Propaganda is information meant to influence public opinion. It is usually one-sided and very biased. All countries use it. The Soviets were masters at using posters, statues, art, etc., to promote their communist message. Below are some examples of Soviet propaganda from the eras of Lenin and Stalin (1917-1953).
Assignment Pick an image, then . . . Answer the following: 1. Describe the poster literally (what do you see?). 2. Identify any people, symbols, etc., in the poster. 3. There is text in a lot of these images. Chances are you cannot read Russian. If you cannot translate it with Google translate what do you think it might say? 4. What is the overall message of this piece of propaganda?