1930's Vintage Soviet Russian Film Poster Original vintage propaganda movie poster for a film, "Deep Raid" The caption on the poster reads "Brief: gain altitude and destroy the zeppelin of the enemy." The airship pictured is most likely an LZ 130 Graf Zeppelin II that was built after the Hindenburg disaster. It was used by the Luftwaffe, Nazi Air Force, to conduct air reconnaissance over Poland and Great Britain. Given that in 1939 USSR signed non-aggression pact with Germany, most of the copies were destroyed

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1930's Vintage Soviet Russian Film Poster Original vintage propaganda movie poster for a film, "Deep Raid" The caption on the poster reads "Brief: gain altitude and destroy the zeppelin of the enemy." The airship pictured is most likely an LZ 130 Graf Zeppelin II that was built after the Hindenburg disaster. It was used by the Luftwaffe, Nazi Air Force, to conduct air reconnaissance over Poland and Great Britain. Given that in 1939 USSR signed non-aggression pact with Germany, most of the copies were destroyed
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Image ID: RE97FX
Location: Russia