Propagandistic poster for Spanish civil war
This article is devoted to nationalist propaganda posters camps during the Spanish Civil War 1936-1939. The forces on the side of a military munity July 18, 1936 against the Government of the People’s Front in Spain were not united in not politically, not ideologically. However, during the folding of the general’s dictatorship regime in early 1937 under the ideology of Franco lined up a powerful ideological platform. Its main features can be traced to legitimate propaganda poster nationalist camp since the Civil War 1936-1939. The most important, cementing ideology thesis Franco became an enemy, succinctly embodied in the concept of “communism”. Basis of nationalism, traditionalism and syndicalism, the elements of imperial ideology fit into the idea of building a new state, devoid of social contradictions and class-homogeneous, in the new political system the Spaniards again could feel a great people with a certain future. Moral authority of government support of General Franco made Catholicism’s moral compass which were synthesized from statist assumptions Falange, which naturally reflected in the poster promoting the images of Christianity and the “crusade” against the “godless” Republicans. A crucial role in the propaganda poster image played a “caudillo” and the exaltation of the individual and the Franco dictatorship important figures. The foreign policy situation played upon a means of political posters are extremely biased, from the exclusive negativizatsiey image of the USSR, an indication of the solidarity of the fascist states and neutral supply of images of Great Britain and France.