(Havana, Cuba: OSPAAAL, c. 1968). Four-color poster. One of the many posters published and disseminated by OSPAAAL, this acknowledging the month of solidarity with Korea by superimposing an image of a Korean soldier aiming a rifle over the North Korean flag. Since its founding in 1965-and even during the events that predicated its formal establishment-OSPAAAL operated on an enthusiastic program against imperialism and neoliberalism. The Korean War, and the broader 20th-century history of Korea as a pawn in the war games between Japan, China, and Western powers, epitomized those anti-colonial efforts. Faint central crease, some edgewear, and trace chips, else very good. (Measures 20 9/16 by 12 13/16 in.). Item #32294
(Not recorded in CSPG).