Alcoholism in the USSR was considered a large-scale social problem that seriously undermined the socio-economic, spiritual and moral foundations of society. That is why the main goal of the government was to get rid of this problem by any means.
Soviet artists throughout the country painted propaganda posters that warned the public of the dire dangers of excessive drinking. Using colorful graphics and bright witty metaphors, they urged people to choose a sober lifestyle.
This collection features some of the most eye-catching anti-alcohol posters from the 1920s to the 1980s.
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