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Mounted on charging horses, four riders carry red banners that stream out behind them. The woman wears a yellow headscarf, one of the men wears a helmet, another a cap with neck flap. The Chollima movement was named after a mythical winged horse that could leap great distances and refers to Kim Il-sung's collectivization measures and other methods of socialist production. Reformatted digital Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego, La Jolla, 92093-0175 (https://lib.ucsd.edu/sca) Hand-painted reproduction by Pak Myŏng-chʻŏl = Park Myongchel of a printed poster. Pʻyŏngyang, North Korea: Munye Chʻulpʻansa (평양: 문예 출판사) [만수대 창작사]. [Mansudae Chʻangjaksa].
Collectivization of agriculture--Korea (North)--Posters Political posters, Korean Picture