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A semi-literal translation of the poster reads "They rushed to the Astoria Hotel, but swallowed by history they fell." Followed by that is the phrase "Let the enemy recollect that at Leningrad, uninvited guests are justly treated. Neat message for the Nazis! Incidentally, the Astoria Hotel is still in business in St. Petersburg, and you can still stay there - I stayed the night there about 7 years ago, and it was quite a place! This poster was made by ‘Fighting Pencil,’ a group of graphic artists and poets, started as a real fighting unit during the war with Finland in 1939. Artists B. Semyonov, V. Galba and others, together with poet E. Ruzhanski, created the first poster-broadsheet for the troops at the front, targeting their satire against the enemy and its allies. Later, during the Great Patriotic War against Nazi Germany (World War II), more posters were made calling for defense of the Motherland, portraying heroic deeds of soldiers, inspiring courage and encouraging hatred toward the enemy. Sized 22.25 x 16.75
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Russian Propaganda Poster, Leningrad#1860



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