El educarse y el estudiar, no las oraciones, pueden evitar la pérdida de cosechas

Número de Cartel: PP 847
Información sobre el cartel: Poster is in Ukrainian language. The poster’s theme was one used throughout the initial period of collectivization when peasants were encouraged to voluntarily create farm collectives and benefit from scientific methods applied to collective farming. By the early 1930s, government-led collectivization squads became commonplace as peasants resisted collectivization efforts.
Tamaño: Please inquire
Tipo de cartel: Lithograph
Fecha de publicación: c. 1929
Información técnica: DUD (State Administration) 3A. Print Order No. 1308.
Fuentes: Mercer and Middlesex Auctions, LLC. February 2012.
Información en el catálogo: PP 847 Education & Literacy
Artista: Ke-Sha — Ке-Ша
Editorial: Narkompros (People’s Commissariat for Education) — Наркомпрос

The People's Commissariat for Education (Narkompros) was formed in 1918 and it encompassed the former Imperial Ministry of Public Education, the State Education Committee, and the former Palace Ministry (an entity that managed theaters, the Academy of Arts and the royal palaces). Overseeing Narkompros was the All-Russian Central Executive Committee (VTsIK). As the main educational branch of the government, Narkompros carried out a compliment of programs such as the combating of illiteracy, professional education, adult education, and increasing public arts through its Proletkult (proletarskaya kultura) division. In 1922, state censorship was regulated via the office of Glavlit (Main Administration for Literature and Publishing of the People's Commissariat for Education)-- the censorship authority over Narkompros. Referred to as "control"; all publishing, live performances and public speeches were scrutinized by Narkompros editorial boards for potential security risks. Anatoli Lunacharskii, an art critic, author and journalist, headed Narkompros until 1929. In 1946, Narkompros was re-organized as the Ministry of Education.

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