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Soviet History Through Posters PowerPoint Slide Show, Unit 2, Lesson 1 Stalin
#14 1951B.F. Berezovskii and M.M. Solov’ev Under the leadership of the great Stalin - onward to communism.
1930 D. Moor Black ravens are preparing to raid the USSR. Proletariat, watch out! #15
1930 Korabloyova Vera Come join our collective farm, comrade! #16
1931 V. Yefanov Not a single hectare of land should be left unsown! #17
1988 Alexander Vaganov Collectivization, 1929. #18
1930 Yu. Pimenov Long live the industrial and financial development! Fulfill the Five-Year Plan in four years! Against religion! #19
1931 Vyalov Konstantin At a Bolshevik pace we ’ ll open the Kuznetsk plant on time! #20
1934 Volkova Marina National policy guarantees that the backward nations of the Soviet North will bloom with socialism. #21
1988 Alexander Lozenk 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 #22
1988 Tatyana Nemkova Have your own opinion. #23
1988 Alexander Vaganov In memory of the 17th Congress of the Communist Party. #24
Soviet History Through Posters PowerPoint Slide Show, Unit 1, Lesson 1 The Birth of the USSR.
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