Throughout my research, I found this 1919 German poster, The Danger of Bolshevism, to be most interesting. Made by Rudi Feld, the poster portrays the incoming influence of communism from Russia. I found it very interesting of how Rudi expressed the “Red Terror” to that extreme. I saw it as an image of literal death with crosses and a gallows in the background,but It portrays the Russian communist party’s notorious killings and tortures against their political enemies and how they used fear to slowly control over the country. This poster was made to warn people about the incoming communistic influence. I also found it funny and ironic to see how this poster was purposed to warn people, but it would instead made the communist’s job to scare and essentially “control” the public easier. To start making constraints, I could focus on one topic that both, the Allies and the Axis Powers, had made posters of. For example, I could look at posters that were meant to criticize the Germans, then the Americans, and compare the two to see what kind of perspective the “people” or the government saw of their enemies.