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By the end of the Five-Year Plan, industrial production will have increased by more than three times in comparison with the pre-war period.
The Red Army is strong with its fighting spirit, class-consciousness and unity of interests with the workers of the whole world.

By the end of the Five-Year Plan, industrial production will have increased by more than three times in comparison with the pre-war period. The Red Army is strong with its fighting spirit, class-consciousness and unity of interests with the workers of the whole world.

Número de Cartel: PP 725
Información sobre el cartel:

[On the top] Be on the Lookout!
[On the top left] International Imperialism is preparing an intervention against the Union [sic] of the USSR.
[On the top right] In peacetime there are 1,500,000 troops of the bourgeois armies on the borders of the USSR.
[partial translation offered]

Tamaño: 45x31
Tipo de cartel: Lithograph
Fecha de publicación: 1929
Información técnica: Publication [illegible]; Order No. 1367
Número de Glavlit: A-41544
Información en el catálogo: PP 725 Military
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