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Poster made in Albania. The text on the poster reads:”Denunciation of the Warsaw Pact”. The Albanian–Soviet split was the gradual deterioration of relations between the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) and the People’s Republic of Albania, which occurred in the 1955–1961 period.
The Albanian-Soviet split did not become public until 1960, during the Bucharest Conference of Representatives of Communist and Workers Parties. The Albanian leadership under Enver Hoxha perceived Khrushchev’s policies as contrary to Marxist–Leninist doctrine and his denunciation of Joseph Stalin as an opportunistic act meant to legitimize revisionism within the international communist movement. Occurring within the context of the larger split between China and the USSR, the Soviet–Albanian split culminated in the termination of relations in 1961, however Albania did not withdraw from the Warsaw Pact until 1968, mainly as a reaction to the Invasion of Czechoslovakia.
Poster Albania PA001 Denunciation Of The Warsaw Pact 1978