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[Alexandr] Kolchak, [Nikolai] Iudenich, [Anton] Denikin, [Simon] Petliura – Destruidos. Es necesario robustecer todas las fuerzas y cortar la cabeza de la contra-revolución que aún sigue [viva].

Número de Cartel: PP 1005
Información sobre el cartel:

The "remaining head" on the poster is that of Peter Vrangel’ (baron and White Army general) represented as part of the trampled beast under the Red Army cavalryman. The hooves of the beast are marked with the names Kolchak, Iudenich, Denikin and, Petliura.
[Top right margin] Workers of the world, unite!

Tipo de cartel: Litografía
Fecha de publicación: c. 1920
Información técnica: 2545/2
Fuentes: Soviet Posters of the era of the Civil War 1918-1921 by B.S. Butnik-Siverskii (1960), page 210, poster 668.
En el catologo: PP 1005 Civil War c
Región de la URSS: RSS de Ucrania
Idioma: Ucraniano
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