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"Long Live the 2nd Congress of the Hungarian Workers Party."
This poster is in Hungarian language and it was published in Hungary. The Workers Party Congress was held February 24 to March 2, 1951. The politician depicted on the poster is Matyas Rakosi, leader of Hungary's Communist Party from 1945 to 1956 who also held the leadership post in the Hungarian Workers Party (1948-56). He served as Prime Minister of Hungary from 1952-53. At the time this poster was issued, Hungary was part of the Comecon (Council for Mutual Economic Assistance) an economic partnership created in 1949 partly in response to the post-war economic Marshall Plan devised by the United States for Western Europe. The Soviet Union, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Poland, and Romania were Comecon's founding partners.
About The Collection
Poster Plakat is a private collection of Soviet and Eastern Bloc political ephemera spanning 1916 to 1991. The collection contains over 1,000 original posters, poster maquettes and political leaflets from windowpane-sized posters up to large, multi-panel broadsides. Numerous artists are represented such as
Gustav Klutsis, Victor Deni, Nikolai Dolgorukov, Vladimir Stenberg, the Kukryniksy, Viktor Koretsky, and hundreds more. All posters are linen backed and ready for display.
If you are interested in using images from the Collection or exhibiting posters from it, please visit the
Contact Us page for more information. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org and include the name of your organization, the name of the contact person and provide your phone number. In addition, please provide a general description of the exhibit you are considering or the poster you would like to use.
THE POSTER DATABASE
The database behind Poster Plakat is the most complete informational repository for Soviet and Eastern Bloc political posters anywhere on the Internet. The system was conceived by the owner of Poster Plakat and developed for the web by Deko Design, Inc. The database uses Algolia search support, a consumer-grade search engine.