Our Lenin Soviet Propaganda Kids Book From 1934

Back in the good old days of Communism the art was hip to be square, the statues were crazy huge and the kids were allowed to march around in the square. Dressed in smart little uniforms with their heads all full of that Red propaganda, what is a Soviet kid to read during story hour?

Here’s a copy of Our Lenin, so they can get the back story on their mighty leader Joseph Stalin and learn how long it took him to grow that sweet moustache. Freshly translated into English in 1934 by the American Communist Party, Our Lenin is jam packed with armed conflicts, corruption and, of course, Lenin looking all stoic and heroic.

Via Dangerous Minds


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