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All professions are important: Soviet-era propaganda posters dedicated to study and career choice
All professions are important: Soviet-era propaganda posters dedicated to study and career choice
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“From student models to space ships!”, 1963

During the Soviet era, there were no e-books in schools, and almost every student did not have smartphones in their pockets. The children did not know what Instagram was and did not blog, they dreamed of becoming astronauts, firefighters, teachers, or mastering a working profession. And the teachers, in turn, paid great attention to the vocational guidance of the younger generation. And confirmation of this is a series of these Soviet propaganda posters.

1. Honorary profession of a miner (1948)

“Boys! Enter the schools of the FZO coal miners! "

2. I will be a builder (1948)

"So that construction sites rise everywhere, skillful hands are needed - I, too, will be a builder on the racks of a great country!"

3. Vocational Soviet poster (1953)

"Let's be builders!"

4. Propaganda poster of the times of the USSR (1955)

"I will be a mechanic!"

5. Prestigious profession (1954)

"You will be a master!"

6. Call for Industrialization (1959)

"Let's master production professions!"

7. Boy's Dream (1951)

"And we will be pilots!"

8. Future generation

"Pioneers and schoolchildren, study in technical circles!"

9. I'll be a metalhead

“Boys and girls! We will help create powerful labor reserves of the Soviet state - go to vocational, railway and FZO schools. "

10. Approval of the greats

"Lessons in drawing, music and singing will enhance the student's culture without a doubt!"

11. I myself

"Pupils! Do your homework yourself! "

12. First time in first grade

"Welcome!"

13. Knowledge is power

"Study perfectly!"

14. Recognition and honor

"Honor and glory to the Soviet teacher!"

15. Pride of the teacher

"Youth is our future, our hope, comrades."

16. Learning assistance

"The pioneer is ready to help the kid without further ado!"

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