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May 1st. Old waver of victory banners,
 faithful signalman of all the poor, locksmith of the fiery keys
 to the world-wide doors of the commune, a grandfather of freedom, forever young, a forger of battle-ready swords. [Partial translation]

Número de Cartel: PP 722
Información sobre el cartel: Top of poster: RSFSR Workers of the world, unite!; Text by Sergei Gorodetskii (1884-1967) a Russian poet.
Tamaño: 27.5x20.5
Tipo de cartel: Litografía
Fecha de publicación: c.1919
Información técnica: RVTs 1161. (Passed by Military Censor), VVRS (Supreme Military Editorial Board) No. 540.
En el catologo: PP 722 Events b
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