I found this picture when I was looking for illustrations of Napoleon for the blog posts about the great man I did a little while back. In actual fact I never used it:
That pose of the hand inside the coat was considered quite normal and ordinary at the time of Napoleon, but it was used 140 years later by people who were far from normal and ordinary:
All things considered, I think that this is the best Stalin poster I found, though. Here it is:
The Russian means “Thank you, Beloved Stalin for a Happy Childhood!”
Runner-up was the uncaptioned:
That would look just wonderful on the back wall of one of Nottingham’s fast food shops.
“Thank you, Beloved Stalin for some Happy Fish and Chips! “