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Soviet anti-German Propaganda Ads?

Article about: by Datrus I would think it's from some kind of news media. The text "окна ТАСС" indicate this. TACC is a news agency. ITAR-TASS is a

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    Snooping around an antique street fare today, the kid and I ran across what looks like some sort of Soviet anti-German propaganda ads on a letter size sheet. The page was preserved in a very old frame and was only a few bucks so we grab it. Once home and removed from the frame, we discovered the page was also printed on the back. Itís not printed on newsprint but something of a higher quality, magazine quality stock. My first thought was that this was a page cut out of a magazine but close inspection does not show any signs of being removed from anything that was already bound, the edges are perfect and look machine cut. We could be wrong though.

    Does anyone have any idea what we have here?

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    Thanks in advance,

    Russ & Son
    Last edited by MySonsDad; 08-27-2012 at 03:12 AM.

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    Some pages from a set of soviet military propaganda posters. Could be printed anytime after the war.

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    Quote by McSeam View Post
    Some pages from a set of soviet military propaganda posters. Could be printed anytime after the war.
    Thanks McSeam, I was kind of thinking this was post war although I'm guessing not too long after judging by the paper type. The back page seems to be more about the Soviet Soldier and not anti-nazi propoganda.

    Would it be possible to get some help with the translations?

    Thanks in advance,

    Russ

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    Sure it's possible.
    3-4. What Hitler wants ... and what he get.
    5-6. To Moscow ... From Moscow.
    8-9. We'll come to Berlin.
    10-11. We drink water of our native Dnepr
    we will drink from Prut, Neman, Bug
    we will clear the Soviet land
    from the fascist scum

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    Quote by McSeam View Post
    Sure it's possible.
    3-4. What Hitler wants ... and what he get.
    5-6. To Moscow ... From Moscow.
    8-9. We'll come to Berlin.
    10-11. We drink water of our native Dnepr
    we will drink from Prut, Neman, Bug
    we will clear the Soviet land
    from the fascist scum

    I can't thank you enough McSeam, very interesting to know what each of these says.

    It does not appear that there is anything on these two pages that would date or identify its origian but I guess it would be safe to assume that it was almost immediatly post war from the subject matter?

    Thank you again,

    Russ

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    I would think it's from some kind of news media. The text "окна ТАСС" indicate this. TACC is a news agency. ITAR-TASS is actually one of the worlds largest international news agencies.

    Regards, Lars

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    You're welcome, Russ, always ready to help in translation.
    Such sets were printed until late eighties, so itís difficult to identify your papers exactly,
    especially judging by photos.

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    Quote by Datrus View Post
    I would think it's from some kind of news media. The text "окна ТАСС" indicate this. TACC is a news agency. ITAR-TASS is actually one of the worlds largest international news agencies.

    Regards, Lars
    Thank you so much Lars for the added information. As you say News Agency, would this be for print and distribution such as part of a newspaper? Also, if you please, what is your opinion on when this might have been printed?

    Regards,

    Russ

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    Hello,

    I would say both print and distribution. TASS was founded in 1904. It's difficult to say when it was printed without a "in hand" inspection. I would guess it's not of a newer date. When i have the time i could try and post the pics on a Russian forum and see if they know what it is.

    Regards, Lars

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    Last edited by lithgow; 08-30-2012 at 02:25 PM. Reason: error

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