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Revolutionary song "bravely, Comrades, in cadence!"

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Specification:


Cat. no: 4
Artist:
Year: 1919
Issue: неизвестен
Publisher: Politichesko-Prosvyatitelskoe Upravlenie Petrogradskogo Voennogo Okruga
Place of publishing:
  • Leningrad
Style:
  • Modern (Symbolic-Allegorical poster)
Printing Technique: Multicolor lithography
Language:
  • Russian
Size: 47.5 х 65
Condition: Good. Duplicated. Dirty spots around the edges. Traces of restoration of tears. The trace of the vertical fold.
Notes: Strictly forbidden to tear off and stick a poster.
The perpetrators will be brought to justice.

Butnik-Siversky B.S.
Soviet poster of the Civil War era. 1918-1921.
Moscow, 1960. No. 600. Page 202. (138).

Polonsky V.
Russian revolutionary poster.
Moscow, 1925. No. 159. p. 134 (057).
Description: Coming in the leg!The spirit will grow stronger in the struggle,
In the realm of freedom, the road
Breast pave yourself.

We all came from the people,
Children of the family are hard-working!
Brotherly sobs and freedom,
This is our battle motto.

We were kept in chains for a long time,
We hunger for a long time,
Black days have passed,
The hour of redemption struck.

Time to get started,
In a battle we'll hurry,
Do we have to fear our hostility?
Phantom power of kings?

All that the throne holds, -
The work of the hand.
We ourselves will fill the cartridges,
To the guns we'll screw up the bayonets!

With faith, a saint is in our business,
Together they closed the ranks,
In the battle we will bravely
With the yoke of the accursed need.

Overthrow with mighty hand
The oppression of fate is forever
And hoisted above the
Period: 1917-1921
Categories:
  • Military-patriotic and revolutionary posters
  • Revolution
Reference Price: £ 1200

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