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Drava [lugar del combate de las tropas ruso-búlgaras contra los alemanes durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial] 6 – 22 de marzo, 1945. Se ha cumplido con el deber nacional.

Número de Cartel: PP 528
Información sobre el cartel: Poster is in Bulgarian language. Drava (Drau in German) was a battle fought in Hungary by Soviet and Bulgarian forces against Hungarian and German forces. This battle was part of Germany's final major offensive of the war. A German soldier is illustrated after having been presumably taken prisoner by the Soviets. His downed aircraft is in the background and he's carrying an MP-40 (Maschinenpistole 40) and two Stielhandgranaten (Stick grenades).
Tamaño: 43.5x31.5
Tipo de cartel: Offset
Fecha de publicación: c.1965
Información en el catálogo: PP 528 World War II b
Artista: Angelushev, Boris — Ангелушев, Борис
Boris Angelushev was born into a family of teachers. Instead of following the path of educational instruction, he was admitted into the Academy of the Arts in Sofia, Bulgaria. After winning a major art competition, he traveled to Berlin and enrolled in the Berlin Academy of Arts where he studied applied graphics and worked as a freelance artist. Starting in 1924, Angelushev supplied drawings and cartoons for leftist German newspapers. During this period he used the ...
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