¡Pobre campesino! Los ciudadanos de Poltava cumplirán con el resto de la cantidad solicitada reducida. La República Obrera y Campesina pone toda su esperanza en ti. Tú puedes sobreponerte a todo para cumplir con los requisitos enviados a Poltava para que los trabajadores de la ciudad no se mueran de hambre. ¡Atrapa al kulak por el cuello! ¡Que nos dé el excedente que está escondiendo, no dejes que su pan se pudra bajo la tierra mientras los trabajadores se están muriendo de hambre!

Número de Cartel: PP 421
Información sobre el cartel: Poster is in Ukrainian language; [Top of poster] Workers of all countries unite!; [On the table] "Requisition"; This poster was made for the Komnezamozh (Poor Peasant Committee) to raise money for famine in the Volga river region during the civil war.
Tamaño: 24.5x22
Tipo de cartel: Lithograph
Fecha de publicación: 1920
Información técnica: RVTs (Passed by Military Censor), No. 564. Poltava
Fuentes: Soviet Posters of the era of the Civil War 1918-1921 by B.S. Butnik-Siverskii (1960), page 462, poster 3066; Ukrainsʹke radiansʹke obrazotvorche mystetstvo ta arkhitektura: Mystetstvo narodzhene zhovtnem, 1917-1987. (1987). Kyïv: Mystetstvo.
Información en el catálogo: PP 421 Civil War b
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Editorial: All-Ukrainian State Publishing House — Всеукраинское издательство (Всеукриздат)
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