Tintin in the Land of the Soviets (Tintin au Pays des Soviets) is the first album from The Adventures of Tintin written and illustrated by Belgian artist Hergé. Originally published in the youth supplement Le Petit Vingtième between January 10, 1929 and May 8, 1930, and was later collected in album format in 1930. Created to serve as anti-Marxist propaganda for children, was commissioned by the head of Hergé, the Abbe Norbert Wallez, who bore the Belgian Catholic newspaper Le Siècle Vingtième, where he published Le Petit Vingtième.
The argument revolves around the Belgian reporter Tintin and his dog Snowy, who travel to Moscow, via Berlin to do a report on policies instituted by the Communist president Joseph Stalin. However, an agent of the Soviet secret service, the OGPU, try to Tintin does not, so he sets traps to get rid of it. However, the young reporter will gradually discovering the secrets of the Bolsheviks and how they are stealing food to Soviet citizens, manipulating elections and murder their opponents.