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The message to the Ukrainian peasant.

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Specification:


Cat. no: 338
Artist:
Year: 1919
Issue: 30 000
Publisher: Polit.otd.RVSR
Place of publishing:
  • Moscow
Style:
  • Modern (Symbolic-Allegorical poster)
Printing Technique: One colour lithography
Language:
  • Russian
Size: 71 х 107
Condition: Good. Duplicated.
Notes: Butnik-Siversky B.S.
Soviet poster of the Civil War era. 1918-1921.
Moscow, 1960. No. 3091. p. 464
Description: Comrade!
From time immemorial you worked, in the sweat of your face, you got your bread. You yourself, your father and grandfather covered your earth with wet blood and tears. But you were poor and naked, hungry and miserable, and the landowners, kulaks, police officers, gendarmes, and a whole pack of parasites who pinched where they did not sow and skate like cheese in oil fed on your labor.
And this was because the kings, landlords, priests robbed you clean, took away your will, entangled you in chains, and sucked out of you all the juices.
But the Workers 'and Peasants' Revolution broke out. The bloody Tsar Nicholas flew upside down from the throne, and the torturers, gendarmes, landowners, and kulaks-all who robbed and raped the working people-crept along behind him.
And after that you became free: I got all the land, all the will, and created my own workers 'and peasants' government.
But the landlords and the tsarist minions became bitter. They began to undermine the workers 'and peasants' power, to call down the enemies of the Soviet Republic. They turned to English, French, and other capitalists and landowners for help, and began to support the robber bands of Kolchak, Krasnov and Denikin in blood to drown the workers 'and peasants' Republic in their blood in order to take the land from the peasants and give it to the landowner.
And they began to sow confusion in the ranks of the working people. They began to launch malicious slander against the workers 'and peasants' power, to drive the people against the Communists. Perhaps, there are dark men, they will believe their false words and stand up against the Communist workers 'and peasants' government, the power that drove the kulaks and landlords into three necks and gave the land to the peasants.
But they try in vain. Gone are the days when the peasant walked obediently behind his landlord. Today the peasant knows that landlords and kulaks are his worst enemies, that the Workers 'and Peasants' power is the power of those who eat their bread with the sweat of their face. And together with the worker the peasant-baker with weapons will destroy his enemies.
Down with the kings and minions!
Down with the landowners and kulaks!
Long live the Workers 'and Peasants' power!
Long live the Socialist Soviet Ukraine!
Long live the Russian Socialist Federative Soviet Republic!
Period: 1917-1921
Categories:
  • Revolution
  • Soviet Ukrainian Poster
  • Military communism
  • Agriculture and Collectivisation
Reference Price: £ 1600