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  • 1.  
  • 2. Come, comrades, to join us in the collective farm!
  • 3. Work happily, and the crop will be good. Spring, summer, fall, winter
  • 4. We will keep out the Kulaks
  • 5. Our era calls - forward! The five year plan calls - forward!
  • 6. There is nothing more superior to the term "working man!”
  • 7. “ Look Me in the Eyes and Tell Me Honestly: Who is your friend? Who is your enemy? You have no friends among capitalists. You have no enemies among the workers. Only in a union of the workers of all nations will you be victorious over capitalism and liberated from exploitation. Down with national antagonisms! Workers of the world unite!”
  • 8. Off to Collective Work
  • 9. The Collective Farm at Work
  • 10. Drive to the Collective Farm
  • 11. Reference:
    • Pictures 1-2: The Five Years Plans and Economic Stresses: Retrieved on May 12 from the internet: http://filebox.vt.edu/users/efalwell/sovietprop/stalin3.html
    • Picture 3: Propaganda Poster(1930): Retrieved on May 12 from the internet: http://therealbarackobama.wordpress.com/2009/03/21/batchelor-aig-kulaks/
    • Picture 4-5: Siddharth's Mordern History Blog: Propaganda Posters: Retrieved on May 12 from the internet: http://siddharthris2006.blogspot.com/
    • Picture 6: Gulag:(2006–2009)Center for History and New Media, George Mason University: Retrieved on May 12 from the internet: http://gulaghistory.org/nps/onlineexhibit/stalin/crimes.php
    • Picture 7-8: Meshcheriakova: Off to Collective Work (1929) Source: Victoria Bonnell: Russian Posters, 1914-1953 . 2001. Retrieved on May 12 from the internet: http://www.soviethistory.org/index.php?page=subject&show=images&SubjectID=1929collectivization&Year=1929&navi=byYear
    • Picture 9: Drive to the Collective Farm: Retrieved on May 12 from the internet: https://www.allposters.com/-sp/Drive-to-the-Collective-Farm-Posters_i2884508_.htm