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hernas Notes: Students analyze the rise of totalitarian governments after World War I including analysis of the rise, agression, and human costs of totalitarian regimes (Fascit and Communist) in Germany, Italy, and the Soviet Union.

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Title Artist Medium & Support Creation Date
Communist Models.   RUSSIAN Anonymous     c. 1940-1989 
All Marxism Leads to Moscow. Poster.   COMMUNIST Anonymous     1953 
Soviet Poster.   COMMUNIST Anonymous     c. 1970 
Soviet Poster.   COMMUNIST Anonymous     1974 
Communist Party House.   BULGARIAN Anonymous     1950s 
Communist Party House.   BULGARIAN Anonymous     1950s 
Communist Headquarters.   BULGARIAN Anonymous     c. 1930 
Square of the Revolution (Piata Revolutiei) with Central Committee Building.   ROMANIAN Anonymous     c. 1950 
Monument to Russian Soldier.   COMMUNIST Anonymous     c. 1950 
Memorial Hall of Chairman Mao.North facade.   CHINESE Anonymous     1977 
Workers monument.   CHINESE COMMUNIST Anonymous   Stone  c. 1930-1960 
Red Guard Poster.   COMMUNIST Anonymous     c. 1970 
Marx; Freud; & Mao.   CUECO Henri Aguilella   Oil  1969 
NPS: Our Press.   NAZI Anonymous   Ink on paper  1930-1945 
Identity card of Jewish child deported to work camp.   GERMAN Anonymous     c. 1940-1945 
Poster: Guernica.   DANISH Anonymous     1937 
Beating Swords into Plowshares.   SOVIET Anonymous     c. 1971 
Interrogation.   DEYNEKA Aleksandr     1933 
Construction Workers.   CHEPEK     1960 
Formation of the Petrograd Proletariat.   FILONOV Pavel Nikolaevic     1920-1925 
L'Internationale; Paris. Lithographic stone.   STEINLEN Theophile Alexandre     c. 1890-1915 
Monument to the Third International.   TATLIN Vladimir     1919 
Petrograd.   LOPYKOV B.M.     1953 
Red Cavalry.   MALEVICH Kazimir     1928-1932 
Revolution.   RUSSOLO Luigi   Oil on Canvas  1911-1912 

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