Is this the most awesome early Soviet propaganda poster ever? It has everything - Lenin rising up from the masses, clearly gesticulating the young workers' republic's line of march. And demonstrating the fruits socialist industry unleashed, you have the immense modernity of the airship thrusting upwards into the orange dawn of the future. Dating from 1931, it reads "Let's build a fleet of airships in Lenin's name", or, "We will build Lenin's escadron [squadron] of airships", depending on who you believe. Whatever, I'm sure it sounds perfectly rousing in the original Russian. You can bet if Kim Jong-un floated about People's Korea in a jucheist airship he wouldn't have half the image problems. So don't let miserable revisionists tell you otherwise, socialism = Lenin plus dirigibles.