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10 Fascinating Soviet Anti-Religion Campaign Posters


Following Karl Marx's idea of religion being 'the opium of the people', the USSR became the first state to have the elimination of religion as an ideological objective.


Scientific atheism was proclaimed the official policy, enforced by the state and encouraged by anti-religious propaganda.


We've collected some particularly interesting exhibits below...



1930s Soviet anti-religion illustration (artist unknown)



"Religion is poison! Protect the children!", 1930.


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“Don’t be deceived by priests! Free yourself from the religious dope!”, 1933





"Religion is a brake for the five-year-plan.

Down with religious holidays.

All religions equally interfere with socialist construction.", 1930



"Do not believe in his meekness. He does not care about the soul. Such a Jehovah's witness is a traitor to the homeland, a spy!", 1962




"Religion is darkness!", 1963




"There Is No God!", 1975


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“Women! Break away from the religious traps! Build socialism!”, 1930



"Servants of God ...", 1961



"The sacred duty of honest people is to save the the children from the darkness of the church", 1970s



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