The original political poster "Viva el XVII aniversario del 26 de Julio" from 1972, created by the Comisión de Orientación Revolucionaria del Comité Central del Partido Comunista de Cuba (Commission of Revolutionary Orientation of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba), stands as a symbol of the revolutionary fervor and commitment to the ideals of the Cuban Revolution.
The poster celebrates the 17th anniversary of the pivotal events of July 26, a significant date in Cuban history marking the start of the Cuban Revolution in 1953. Led by Fidel Castro and other revolutionary figures, the assault on the Moncada Barracks on July 26, 1953, signaled the beginning of the armed struggle against the regime of Fulgencio Batista and laid the groundwork for the eventual triumph of the Cuban Revolution in 1959.
Designed in 1972, the poster reflects the ongoing revolutionary spirit and ideological fervor of the Cuban people. Its vibrant colors, bold typography, and striking imagery convey a sense of unity, determination, and pride in the achievements of the revolution.
Propaganda - Politics - Communism - Cuba
Comision de Orientacion Revolucionaria del CC - PCC
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