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¡Adelante – hacia el segundo plan quinquenal de la construcción del socialismo! ¡Viva el 1 de Mayo!

Número de Cartel: PP 1042
Información sobre el cartel:

[On the red banners] To New Victories under the Banner of Lenin, USSR – Fatherland of the World Proletariat, The best shock workers [go] into the Party,
Five-Year Plan in four years; [On margin of poster] Send in your comments on this poster to Moscow, IZOGIZ, Mass Agitation Sector.

Tamaño: 47.5x32.5
Tipo de cartel: Litografía y Offset
Fecha de publicación: 1932
Editores: Editor Korobchenko; Text Editor Gusev
Información técnica: Izogiz No. 3672; I. 32 No. 674; Submitted for printing March 4, 1932; Approved for Printing March 29, 1932; Order No. 71; Standard format 73 x 104-2 sheets; Price 1 ruble 30 kopeks
Número de Glavlit: 16771
En el catologo: PP 1042 Revolution b
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