Mongolia school boy under Chinese Communism 1950s.

Mongolia school boy costume. China Communism. Propaganda.

Mongolia school boy

Mongolia school boy under Communism in 1950s.

Chinese propaganda at the time of Mao Tse Tung.

Original description: Ssuyungpatu, a fourth-grade primary school pupil in the Olunchun Autonomous Banner in Inner Mongolia, answers his teacher.

Source: The Road To Socialism Embassy Packet. Edited by China Pictorial. Printed in the People’s Republic of China.

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