In the 1920s and 1930s, Soviet Union mills made sure the media was the message. Comrades could wear the doctine of life-enhancing collective harmony. These fabrics were worn as scarves, shawls, scarves, table cloths, curtains and throws. There was no escape from the message of Communist emulation.
Spotter: English Russia
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