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Stalin's Victims from the Great Purge

Justin Ramos-Flynn, Author

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During Stalin's reign as dictator of the Soviet Union, he created many forms of propaganda to make him seem as a great leader. There was a great fear in the Soviet Union at the time while he was in power and Stalin created this propaganda to make it seem he cared about his citizens, all while the Great Purge was underway. The style of art that was created was later to be called Socialist Realism where it would be a form of cartoonist looking artwork that represented Socialist propaganda. 
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