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The former Soviet Union, Cuba, and China: three countries where posters played an important political role and received a large amount of artistic attention. This is a selection of 145 political... [Exhibition]
This is a selection of posters about rights from the collection of Bangladesh Posters, collected by the IISH and Heritage – Archives of Bangladesh History . Click on the picture for an enlarged image... [Image gallery]
This is a selection of posters about public issues from the collection of Bangladesh Posters, collected by the IISH and Heritage – Archives of Bangladesh History. Click on the picture for an enlarged... [Image gallery]
This is a selection of posters about elections from the collection of Bangladesh Posters, collected by the IISH and Heritage – Archives of Bangladesh History. Click on the picture for an enlarged... [Image gallery]
This is a selection of posters about left-wing political organisations from the collection of Bangladesh Posters, collected by the IISH and Heritage – Archives of Bangladesh History . Click on the... [Image gallery]
This is a selection of posters about labour relations and trade unions from the collection of Bangladesh Posters, collected by the IISH and Heritage – Archives of Bangladesh History . Click on the... [Image gallery]
Messages of Hope and OutragePosters are important as visual chronicles of history. In Bangladesh, a country with an extremely volatile recent past, posters can be seen everywhere but they are rarely... [Image gallery]
On 25 June 1962 in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, several indigenous Mozambican liberation movements united in the Frelimo (Frente de Libertaçâo de Moçambique). After a long struggle Mozambique won... [Image gallery]
This recruitment poster  from World War I with Lord Kitchener pointing his big finger, exclaiming "Your country needs YOU", must have been imitated  at least a thousand times.Field Marshall Horatio... [Image gallery]
It took Marx and Engels six weeks to write the Communist Manifesto, since, by the end of December 1847, the London Bildungsgesellschaft für Arbeiter officially asked them to develop its political... [Image gallery]

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