Anti-Chinese Propaganda for North Koreans

The Hoover Institution Archives houses one of the world’s finest collections of political propaganda.  Here are a few selected images from the Far East Command, Psywar Division, in the Korean War.  I find these particularly interesting because the themes are in some ways returning in North Korean society — Chinese economic preeminence in the DPRK, China’s predilection for loud and large vehicles on the border, and China’s big appetite for food in contrast to North Korean penury in the border region.

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Why Does China Control North Korean Railroads?
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Arrogant Chinese on the Roads
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Rabelasian Chinese Troops on DPRK Soil

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