The Chinese Cultural Revolution of the 60s and 70s in propaganda postersPictolic
Propaganda posters from the time of the Chinese Cultural Revolution of 1966-1976 clearly show how at that time the country was fighting for the high ideals of socialism, and under what slogans it happened.
"Let's speed up agriculture with the help of modern technology!"
"Criticize the Chinese Khrushchev more actively — from a political, ideological and theoretical point of view!"
"Let's welcome the 1970s with new achievements in the revolutionary struggle and in production!"
"Produce more coal — support socialist construction!"
"I will never get tired of learning how to destroy enemies!"
"We are becoming stronger on the big earth under the wide sky!"
"Let's protect the forests!"
"We are ready to fight, we are ready for hunger, we are working for the people!"
"If you want prosperity, control the birth rate!"
"Wash — prevent hepatitis!"
"Learn science, build a country!"
"Set an example, fight corruption!"
"Teach the younger generation!"
"Do sports in the big ocean!"
"Let Mao's philosophy become our strongest weapon!"
"The leading cadres should merge with the people!"
"Be ready now!"
"Be on guard, prepare for a hundred alarms!"
"Long live the 9th Congress of the Industrial Union!"
"Destroy the invading enemy!"
"Support the revolution — produce products more actively!"
"Strengthen the coastal defense of the Motherland!"
"Remember about hygiene!"
"Fruits and melons that we eat raw should be thoroughly washed!"
Dong Kunru is a national hero of China, a soldier of the People's Army who blew himself up in an enemy bunker in 1949.
"Execute the Constitution to achieve great industrial victories!"
"Remember your country, look at the whole world!"
"With pride for our socialist country, with pride for our great leader, Chairman Mao!"
"Throw the American imperialists out of South Vietnam!"
"Make an effort to collect scrap metal and other recyclable materials!"
Stay vigilant, protect the Motherland!"