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Sir Barge Hauliers - or where is it closer to Kiev - or to Warsaw?


Cat. no: 769
Year: 1920
Issue: Неизвестен
Publisher: Ukrainskoe gosudarstvennoe izdatelstvo
Place of publishing:
  • Kiev
  • Caricature
Printing Technique: Multicolor lithography
  • Ukrainian
Size: 53 х 71
Condition: Excellent. Dublicated.
Notes: Efimov has worked under a pen-name "Lypskyj Mikola".

Butnik-Siverskiy B.S.
Soviet Posters of the Civil War Era. 1918-1921.
M., 1960. No.1518. Page 295.(138).
Description: Pani-burlaki: "Gay, peasants, whether we should go far to Kiev." Grain Grower: "Who knows, maybe with the good things that you carry on the ship, you'll be closer to Warsaw than to Kiev." "As you jump on the rocks, you'll be completely scattered!"
Period: 1917-1921
  • Military-patriotic and revolutionary posters
  • Civil War
  • Soviet Ukrainian Poster
  • Anti-imperialist propaganda
  • Anti-Polish propaganda
Reference Price: £ 1500

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