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Chairman Mao

Choose from 69 pictures in our Chairman Mao collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


China - Cultural Revolution Poster - Chairman Mao Featured Chairman Mao Image

China - Cultural Revolution Poster - Chairman Mao

The Many accomplish great things - Cultural Revolution poster from the People's Republic of China, featuring happy workers heading out to work, many holding aloft the Little Red Book, the red flags flying and Chairman Mao as the sun, shining down on his people. Date: circa 1968

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

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Communist China - communication team in water Featured Chairman Mao Image

Communist China - communication team in water

Adults and children, members of a philosophy communication team, crossing a river in the mountainous area of Dabie, in Henan (He Nan) Province under the direction of their leader during the Cultural Revolution era in Communist China. They were using literature and art (including musical instruments) to promote the ideas of Chairman Mao.
circa 1970

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Mao Zedong, Chinese Communist revolutionary and leader, c1950s(?) Featured Chairman Mao Image

Mao Zedong, Chinese Communist revolutionary and leader, c1950s(?)

Mao Zedong, Chinese Communist revolutionary and leader, c1950s(?). The son of a peasant farmer, Mao Zedong (Mao Tse Tung) (1893-1976) led the Red Army which undertook the epic Long March and overthrew the Nationalist Chinese dictator Chiang Kai-Shek in 1949. As Chairman of the People's Republic of China and of the Chinese Communist Party he set about transforming China, but his attempt to modernise the country's industrial base (the Great Leap Forward) and the disastrous Cultural Revolution caused dramatic upheavals in Chinese society. After his death in 1976, his successors introduced social and economic initiatives that reversed many of Mao's policies

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