I bought what it appears to be a rare photo of Kim Il Sung from the mid 1940's, as I have never seen the photo anywhere before.
I have scanned it and uploaded it for mass internet consumption.
http://absolutely-corrupt.com/uploads/r ... 20Sung.jpg
http://absolutely-corrupt.com/uploads/r ... rtrait.jpg
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I think I once saw it in a picture showing when Kim Il Sung proclaimed the DPRK. It was side-by-side with Marx's portrait.
And "they" say socialism is gerontocracy...
Pictures of Marx and Lenin are still shown in Pyongyang. I have yet to see a Stalin portrait displayed in public.
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In a photo I saw, there was a portrait of a Stalin in a Party headquarters.
Anyway, that's the picture were that portrait of Kim Il Sung is present, on the far right.
I saw a picture from the Korean war of an American solider shooting at a building with a picture of Stalin and Kim Il Sung displayed on the outside.
"Those who do not move, do not notice their chains." - Rosa Luxemburg
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Interesting photo, Oblisk.
Ultor Bolshevik wrote:
The DPRK usually replicates pictures for propaganda and it's no surprise you came across it before, however, the picture in the link has the best quality and nothing of comparable quality has been found so far.
There are no libertarians in dumpsters.
@ Oblisk, how much did the picture cost you?
I was thinking the same thing...
He had a strong chin. A very european look almost to his face. And dare I say, he was handsome in his youth.
Markius Fox wrote:
Nah, he was just angling the shot
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