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La [central hidroeléctrica de] Dnieprostroi está construida. “No hay fortalezas tales que los bolcheviques no puedan conquistar.” - Stalin

Número de Cartel: PP 436
Información sobre el cartel: This poster is oversized. Poster is in German language. It was produced for the German-speaking minority of Ukraine. The Dnieprostroi Hydroelectric Station was built on the Dnieper River, the third largest river in Europe. Soviet architects designed the dam and its buildings while a U.S. team assisted with engineering. The dam was the biggest in the world when completed in 1932 and a tremendous achievement for the First Five-Year Plan as well as for the USSR.
Tamaño: 50x38.5
Tipo de cartel: Litografía
Fecha de publicación: 1932
En el catologo: PP 436 Industry (oversized)
Región de la URSS: RSS de Ucrania
Idioma: Alemán
Artista: Strakhov-Braslaviskii, Adol'f Iosifovich — Страхов-Браславский, Адольф Иосифович
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