Stalinism

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Stalinism

  1. 1. The First Five-Year Plan Oct. 1, 1928-Dec. 1, 1932
  2. 2. Fulfill the 5-Year Plan in 4 Years
  3. 3. 5-Year Plan in 4 Years
  4. 5. Industrialization
  5. 7. To Live Culturally Is to Work Productively
  6. 8. Develop Transport
  7. 9. Liberated Woman, Build Socialism!
  8. 10. Dniepr Hydroelectric Plant
  9. 12. Magnitogorsk Metallurgic Plant
  10. 13. Magnitogorsk
  11. 14. Kuznetsk Metallurgical Factory
  12. 15. Alexei Stakhanov, 1935
  13. 16. Collectivization
  14. 19. Arrest of a Kulak
  15. 20. Down With the Old Village
  16. 21. We Will Destroy the Kulaks
  17. 22. No Priests or Kulaks in Our Kolkhoz
  18. 23. Sowing Front Against the Kulaks
  19. 24. Comrade, Join Our Kolkhoz!
  20. 25. Work in the Fields Doesn’t Wait!
  21. 26. Kolkhoznik, Learn Mechanics!
  22. 27. For a Shock Harvest
  23. 28. We Will Defeat the Drought!
  24. 29. We Will Defeat the Drought
  25. 30. Famine
  26. 37. Terror and the Great Purge
  27. 38. Don’t Talk!
  28. 39. Wrecker
  29. 40. The Enemy Doesn’t Sleep
  30. 41. Pavlik Morozov
  31. 42. Pavlik Morozov Nikita Chebakov
  32. 43. Nikolai Ezhov
  33. 44. Ezhov on Right
  34. 45. Ezhov Erased
  35. 46. Lavrenty Beria
  36. 47. Gulags and Forced Labor
  37. 51. White Sea Canal, 1931-33
  38. 58. Other Gulags
  39. 69. Solzhenitsyn: Gulag Photo
  40. 72. Drawings by Eufrosinia Kersnovskaya Gulag Survivor (12 Years)
  41. 73. New Arrivals
  42. 74. Birth in a Prison Car
  43. 75. Killing Her Baby
  44. 76. Night Search
  45. 77. Working on the Railroad
  46. 78. You Won’t Work?
  47. 79. Cold
  48. 80. A Goner
  49. 81. Banya
  50. 82. Dr. Miller
  51. 83. Prison Hospital
  52. 84. Doctor and Patient
  53. 85. Other Drawings
  54. 88. The Joy of Communism
  55. 89. Beloved Stalin, The Joy of the People !
  56. 90. Long Live Our Joyful Socialist Family!
  57. 91. Each Day Brings More Joy!
  58. 92. Living Has Become More Joyful Aleksandr Chemisov
  59. 93. The Sun of Communism Aleksei Shovkunenko
  60. 94. Recreation
  61. 95. Gorky Park
  62. 96. Kolkhoznik, Be an Athlete
  63. 98. World War II
  64. 99. German Bombers
  65. 101. Zoya Kosmodemianskaia Died November 29, 1941
  66. 108. The Motherland Calls!
  67. 109. For the Motherland, For Stalin!
  68. 110. Defense of the Motherland Is a Sacred Duty
  69. 111. No Black Wings Over Our Motherland
  70. 112. We Will Defend Moscow
  71. 113. We Will Defend Moscow
  72. 114. All Hope Rests on You, Red Soldier
  73. 115. Red Army Soldier, Save Us!
  74. 116. For the Blood and Tears of Our Children
  75. 117. For the Honor of My Wife, For the Life of My Children
  76. 118. Mercilessly Destroy the Killers of Our Children
  77. 119. We Will Mercilessly Destroy the Enemy
  78. 120. Kill the Nazi Beasts!
  79. 121. Death to the Fascist Snake!
  80. 122. Death to the German Occupiers!
  81. 123. The Transformation of Krauts
  82. 124. Don’t Cede an Inch of Our Land to the Enemy
  83. 125. In the Sky, on the Earth, on the Sea
  84. 126. Onward! Victory Is Near!
  85. 127. Thank You, Stalin, for Killing Our Parents
  86. 128. The Battle of Stalingrad July 17, 1941-Feb. 2, 1943
  87. 143. The Blockade of Leningrad Sept. 8, 1941-Jan. 27, 1944
  88. 144. All Forces for the Defense of Lenin’s City!
  89. 146. Leningrad Blockade Panorama
  90. 147. Leningrad Blockade Panorama
  91. 157. Hero-City Leningrad
  92. 158. We Defended Leningrad, We Will Rebuild It!
  93. 159. Glory to the Victorious Soldier!
  94. 160. Glory to Our Victorious Motherland!
  95. 161. The Iron Curtain
  96. 162. The Iron Curtain, Detail

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