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Six Protest Posters From the 1960s and 1970s
After the Second World War , the United States and the Soviet Union continued to develop and test nuclear weapons. Britain became the third nuclear power in the late 1950s.
Many people in Britain were frightened and horrified by these actions. There was a rise in protests against nuclear weapons, with many organised by the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND) , which was launched in February 1958. In the late 1950s and early 1960s, support for anti-nuclear campaigning grew dramatically and protests like the annual Aldermaston march attracted thousands of participants.
In 1963 the Partial Nuclear Test Ban Treaty banned all but underground nuclear testing. As a result, anti-nuclear campaigning died down. CND were keen to maintain their profile and remain relevant and so began to give their support to other counter-culture protests, particularly against the Vietnam War. This conflict became a target of protest in Britain, even though there was no direct British involvement in the fighting.
Here are six protest posters from the 1960s and 1970s.
Let us take the risks of peace upon ourselves
Let Us Take the Risks of Peace Upon Ourselves poster published by the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) in 1965. Quakers have continually campaigned against war, in light of their core belief in pacifism.
Reproduced with kind permission of The Religious Society of Friends in Britain.
Easter March 1966
Easter March 1966 poster produced for CND to promote a march between High Wycombe and central London. It was designed by Ian McLaren, whose abstract imagery reflected both the era and the practical need to avoid overtly political imagery so as to be permitted for display at London Transport sites.
Ian McLaren, Easter March 1966 (CND)
No poster designed by Ian McLaren for CND in 1967. The mushroom cloud image, impactful slogan, anti-nuclear symbol and text comparing the economic cost of nuclear weapons to things like schools and roads were all key parts of anti-nuclear messaging.
End Bad Breath
End Bad Breath poster depicts US aircraft bombing Vietnamese houses in the mouth of a caricature of Uncle Sam. It was designed by American graphic designer Seymour Chwast, founding partner of the influential Push Pin Studios , in 1967.
Reproduced with kind permission of The Pushpin Group Inc.
Fuck W*r poster, an American design from 1970, incorporates an angry and sarcastic message within Gerald Holtom's nuclear disarmament symbol to protest against the Vietnam War. By this time, Holtom's design was often used as a more general symbol of peace.
Under Nixon 3 Million Tons of Bombs Dropped on Indochina
Under Nixon 3 Million Tons of Bombs Dropped on Indochina poster, designed by American artist David G Bragin in 1972 for the US anti-Vietnam War groups, the People's Coalition for Peace and Justice and the Campaign to End the Air War, New York.
Reproduced with kind permission DGB Design, Inc.
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Chinese Cultural Revolution propaganda posters, 1960s-1970s
“Speed Up Agriculture Using Modern Machinery.” 1971.
In 1966 Mao Zedong, the Communist leader of China, started a political campaign that became known as the Cultural Revolution (1966-1976). Mao called on China’s youth to help him purge capitalist influences and bourgeois thinking in government, teaching, the media and arts, and to reinvigorate the revolutionary spirit.
Calling themselves The Red Guards, radical students set out to destroy the “four olds”: old ideas, customs, habits, and culture. They spearheaded the interrogation, humiliation, and beatings of teachers and intellectuals, and traveled the country destroying cultural heritage.
During the Cultural Revolution, traditional artists were condemned as counter-revolutionaries and their work was destroyed. A new style of art was required that supported the Maoist line and served the worker, peasants, and soldiers.
The decade was marked by purges and power struggles at the upper echelons of government, and the mobilization of masses of young people to enforce Maoist thought.
One of the primary vessels for disseminating instructions and models of behavior was propaganda art. Vivid posters were created to inspire citizens to put forth their labor towards agriculture, industry, and national defense, as well as concerns such as hygiene and family planning.
“Fully criticize the Chinese Khrushchev from a political, ideological, and theoretical perspective.” 1967.
Slogans are often used alongside imagery in posters, usually written in bold, Chinese script. They include pro-revolution messages about “working hard”, “uniting for victory” and “working towards the general communist goal. “Bright” colors are used in many of the posters and red appears a lot as it is the color of communism and revolution.
Much of the work that came out of the Cultural Revolution is attributed to committees or groups, rather than individuals. Thousands of copies of the posters were printed and sold cheaply as the establishment at the time wanted the posters to be something that everyone should have on their walls at home.
Many of the posters were painted by hand and then printed as lithographs, a process involving using stone, oil, and chemicals to create prints.
“Greet the 1970s with the new victories of revolution and production.” 1970.
“Produce More Coal and Support the Socialist Construction.” c. 1970.
“Never Tire of Training to Destroy The Enemy.” c. 1970.
“Grow Strongly Under the Broad Sky and Earth.” c. 1970.
“Protect the Forest.” c. 1970.
“Prepare for Struggle, Prepare for Famine, Work for the People.” c. 1970.
“If You Want to Prosper, You Must Control The Population.” c. 1970.
“Prevent Hepatitis by Washing.” c. 1970.
“Learn Science, Build The Country.” c. 1970.
“Set a Good Example, Fight Corruption.” c. 1970.
“Teach the Younger Generation.” c. 1970.
“Go to the Big Ocean To Exercise.” c. 1970.
“Let Mao’s Philosophy Be Our Strongest Weapon.” c. 1970.
“The Cadre Should Mix With the Workers.” c. 1970.
“Be Prepared Now.” c. 1970.
“Be on Guard, 100 Times Alert.” c. 1970.
“Celebrate the 9th Congress of the Industrial Union.” c. 1960.
“Learning Dai Qi by Making More Contributions!” c. 1970.
“Annihilate the Invading Enemy.” c. 1970.
“Grasp Revolution, Promote Production.” 1976.
“Enhance the Coastal Defense of the Motherland.” 1962.
“Shipyard Industry Workers Learn From Da Qing.” 1976.
“Pay Attention to Hygiene.” c. 1970.
“Fruits and Melons That are Eaten Raw Must be Washed Properly.” c. 1975.
A depiction of Dong Cunrui, who sacrificed his own life in 1949 during the Chinese Civil War while detonating explosives in an enemy bunker. c. 1960.
“Follow the Constitution to Achieve Greater Industrial Victory.” c. 1970.
“Have the Whole Country in Mind and Have the Whole World in View.” c. 1970.
“Win Honor For Our Socialist Country, Win Honor For Our Great Leader Chairman Mao.” c. 1970.
“American Imperialism Must Be Driven Out of Southern Vietnam!” c. 1970.
“Strive to Collect Scrap Metal and Other Waste Materials!” c. 1970.
“Vigilance, Defend the Motherland!” 1968.
(Photo credit: David Pollack / Wikimedia Commons / Chinese Archives).
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These Soviet propaganda posters once evoked heroism, pride and anxiety
Propaganda during Soviet times came in poster form. Some messages stirred patriotism in the fight against Adolf Hitler’s invading forces, while others slammed illiteracy and laziness.
They also bashed the greed associated with capitalism:
Soviet propaganda poster depicts capitalism in 1923. Photo by Photo12/UIG via Getty Images
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution in 1917, which overturned the tsars and led to the Soviet Union. Posters at the time showed positive images of workers and the promise of a new future.
“Let us bring in a rich harvest of new territory!” says a Soviet propaganda poster by Oleg Mikhailovich Sawostjuk in 1927. Photo by Universal History Archive/UIG via Getty images
The posters also shamed the lazy worker:
“We smite the lazy workers,” says a 1931 propaganda poster that was found in the collection of the Russian State Library in Moscow. Photo by Fine Art Images/Heritage Images/Getty Images
And urged support for the Red Army and socialism:
A Soviet recruitment poster from the time of the Russian Revolution in 1917 says, “You! Have you signed up with the volunteers?” Photo by Sovfoto/UIG via Getty Images
After the Russian Revolution, the Bolsheviks instituted a literacy campaign:
A propaganda poster from 1920 by A. Radakov says, “The illiterate is like a blind man.” Photo by Photo12/UIG via Getty Images
Another inspirational poster promoted healthy exercise:
Propaganda poster from 1930 by Alexandre Deineka says, “Kolkhosians, let’s do some exercise!” Photo by Photo12/UIG via Getty Images
During World War II, as German forces battled to take control of Moscow, posters depicted Soviet forces putting the squeeze on Hitler:
Propaganda poster by Koukrynisky says, “Napoleon was wiped out, Hitler will be wiped out” in 1941 during World War II. Photo by Photo12/UIG via Getty Images
“The Motherland Is Calling,” says a World War II Soviet military recruitment poster by Irakly Toidze featuring Mother Russia holding out the Red Army Oath of Allegiance in 1941. Photo by Laski Diffusion/Getty Images
As the Space Race raged between the USSR and United States in the 1950s and 1960s, images showed high-flying patriotism:
The Space Race was a 20th century competition between two Cold War rivals, the Soviet Union and the United States. Photo by Universal History Archive/UIG via Getty images
The Soviet Union was the first to launch a satellite, Sputnik 1, and a human into space, Yuri Gagarin. With Apollo 11, the U.S. landed the first humans on the moon in 1969. Crews from the two countries now work together aboard the International Space Station.
Editor’s Note: The PBS NewsHour is airing a series this week called Inside Putin’s Russia . Tuesday’s installment describes how propaganda is used in Russia today .
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Soviet posters first appeared during the Proletarian Revolution in Russia - they delivered Communist Party's slogans to the masses and called on workers and peasants to fight for freedom and justice.
The most outstanding among the first revolutionary posters are the works of D.S. Moor , V.V. Mayakovsky , M.M. Cheremnykh and V.N. Deni . Each of these artists used unique methods and techniques in order to create emphatic art with powerful propaganda messages.
When the "great edifice of Socialism" was being erected through the first series of Five-Year Plans, propaganda posters could be found everywhere in the USSR - they were posted on construction sites, collective farm fields, grain elevator towers and massive concrete walls of the DneproGes dam. A look back at the posters from that era creates a chronicled timeline of Soviet Union's creation and evolution. Each and every major event in the life of the Soviet people is reflected in the legacy of socialist agitprop.
Over the period of WWII artists created thousands of posters, millions of which were reproduced and launched into circulation. Just like during the Civil War "Okna ROSTA" (renamed "Okna TASS" after the Telegraph Agency of the Soviet Union") played a very important role in motivating the nation.
The distinctive style of the Soviet poster art was coined during times of war and struggle. It was always laconic, expressive and straight-forward. Even from faraway it was recognized by a person walking at a fast pace. The poster usually featured one or two figures whose actions were underlined by a characteristic movement. Clear contrast of the central figures (group) compared with the rest of the objects in the composition distinguished the best works. Eventually the artists started paying more attention to the human nature, and learned how to convey personality and emotions through facial expressions of their characters - thus making the posters more vigorous and effective.
With the end of WWII, world peace and friendship among nations became the main theme of the propaganda poster. Young artists like N. Treschenko, O. Savostyuk and B. Uspensky, along with such distinguished masters of the poster art as Victor Govorkov, generated interesting and witty compositions agitating for USSR as the force of peace in the world.
In the post-war period, the Soviet movie industry achieved considerable success. Famous movie-poster artists, such as V. Kononov, M. Heifitz, B. Zelensky and I. Hazanovsky refused to simply "announce" the movie releases in their work. Instead they explored artistic expression in order to reveal the film's content and essence through printed images. Works of these artists won numerous awards at international competitions.
The grandiose 7-year program for the development of USSR's national economy, declared at the 21 st Communist Party Congress, required renewed efforts from the propaganda establishment and especially the poster artists. Once again, colorful and visually engaging posters motivated the enthusiasm of working masses to carry out the Party's plan in the newly established agricultural communities and on sites of glorified construction projects.
Soviet posters have always kept pace with the times. They created images of role models for generations of Soviet workers and soldiers, exposed international warmongers and fought for world peace.
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