During the tumultuous 1930s in the Soviet Union, propaganda posters were one of the government’s main forms of influencing public opinion, as well as a kind of avant-garde art. As the monster problem grew to an epidemic in 1937, the Ministry of Supernatural Maintenance invoked Lenin, the icon of the revolution, in a series of posters to inform the public that “Our strength will defeat giant enemies” and “What monsters destroy, We will rebuild.”
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