Soviet propaganda is propaganda of communist ideas and the Soviet way of life from 1917 to the decline of the regime in the late 1980s. It was carried out deliberately and centrally under the direction of the Communist Party and was officially called the ideological work; educating the mass population.
The propaganda combined the universal values: freedom, social justice, and patriotism. Propaganda was conducted through the media, books, movies, theater, and visual art. Today it is part of Soviet cultural history.
English translations, clockwise:
Death To World Imperialism
We’ll Execute the Plan for the Great Works
Five Reasons to Drink Our Wine
Look to the Motherland
For The Proletarian Park
Lengiz, Books In All Branches of Knowledge
May Day, Long Live the Festival of the Workers of All Countries