We'll Restore All that Has Been Destroyed By The Enemy (Translation)

Moscow: Soviet Union’s news agency, TASS, c. 1944. Notes: Russian World War II Propaganda Poster No. 1036
Text reads:
Everything that the foul enemy has destroyed, All the roads, all the bridges, We will restore so that weapons, Can be quickly transported to the front.

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During World War II, the Soviet Union’s news agency, TASS, enlisted artists and writers to bolster support for the nation’s war effort. Working from Moscow, this studio produced many storefront window posters, one for nearly every day of the war. Most of these posters have never been seen in the United States and they are all impressively large and visually striking in the vibrancy and texture of the stencil medium. , Image Size : 1390x1230 (mm), 54.72x48.43 (Inches), Platemark Size : , Paper Size : , Coloring: Printed in Color, Medium: Lithograph, Categories: Posters; Military World War I & II; Views Europe Russia;. Very Good, laid down on acid-free canvas for long-term preservation. Minor browning along the folds. Item #P3638

Notes: Russian World War II Propaganda Poster No. 1036
Text reads:
Everything that the foul enemy has destroyed, All the roads, all the bridges, We will restore so that weapons, Can be quickly transported to the front.

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During World War II, the Soviet Union’s news agency, TASS, enlisted artists and writers to bolster support for the nation’s war effort. Working from Moscow, this studio produced many storefront window posters, one for nearly every day of the war. Most of these posters have never been seen in the United States and they are all impressively large and visually striking in the vibrancy and texture of the stencil medium. , Image Size : 1390x1230 (mm), 54.72x48.43 (Inches), Platemark Size : , Paper Size : , Coloring: Printed in Color, Medium: Lithograph, Categories: Posters; Military World War I & II; Views Europe Russia;.

Price: $1,800.00

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