B. Voeopkoa (1906-1974).
Moscow, Leningrad., 1948s
The stereotypical yankee capitalist is a common figure in propaganda posters. Here, he's trying to set fire to and bomb the Soviet Union, but a vigilant (and rather handsome) Soviet soldier is keeping watch. With the attitude of the soldier and the slogan, this poster gives a sense that the capitalists are nothing more than mischiveous little juveniles.
SIZE OF POSTER 297 * 420 mm (11,7×16,5 inch)
REPRINT FROM ORIGINAL POSTER.