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Women's Role in the USSR: Vintage Propaganda Posters

The USSR was the first country in the world to give women the same marital rights as their husbands. Women played a significant and extraordinary role in the USSR. They were expected to not only fulfil their domestic duties but also to take up arms, respond to the needs of the nation and defend their homeland.

They were celebrated as equals in Soviet art, working alongside men in the fields and factories. Propaganda posters served a powerful purpose in engaging and encouraging women to work towards the Socialist utopia. Read more

White Bird with Black Mark | Russia | 1971£400.00
USSR Constitution Days | Russia | 1980s£600.00
Bayanihan Philippine National Folk Dance Company Tour of the USSR | Russia | 1977£2,500.00
To the Height of Sports Prowess | Russia | 1977£400.00
Publication | Russia | 1989£600.00
Night at Karlstejn | Poland | 1974£350.00
Grow More Soybeans | Vietnam | 1981£750.00
Swallow | Poland | 1972£250.00
The Blizzard | Poland | 1964£350.00
Nightingale | Poland | 1979£200.00
Warsaw Tourism Days | Poland | 1981£300.00
Early Cancer is Treatable | Lithuania | 1980£500.00
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