Donde Wrangel extravía el pan

Número de Cartel: PP 998
Información sobre el cartel:

[Large sack, top-center] Bread

[On trains] Bread to the Entente, ammunition, machine guns, clothing artillery
[On ships] Bread to the Entente – Ammunition to Wrangel’ / Cannon to Wrangel’ / Machine Guns to Wrangel’
[Top left margin] Russian Socialist Federative Soviet Republic.
[Top right margin] Workers of the world, unite!
The man with the sword is Baron Peter Nikolaevich Wrangel' (1878-1928). He was one of the most dedicated leaders of the White Russian movement after World War I and fought against the Bolshevik forces.
This poster is of particular significance given the widespread hunger in Russia at the time, which would lead to the famine that struck in the following two years.

Tamaño: 27.5x18
Tipo de cartel: Lithograph
Fecha de publicación: c.1920
Información técnica: RVTs (Passed by Military Censor) No. 130, Moscow
Información en el catálogo: PP 998 Civil War c
Artista: Moor (Orlov), Dmitrii Stakhievich — Моор (Орлов), Дмитрий Стахиевич
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Editorial: Political Directorate of the R.V.S.R. (Revolutionary Military Council of the Republic) — Политическое управление Революционного военного совета Республики (РВСР)
The Literary and Publishing Department of the Political Directorate of the Revolutionary Military Council of the Republic (R.V.S.R.) of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic (RSFSR) was also known as Litizdat in its portmanteau form. As a major publishing arm of the Red Army, Litizdat distributed 7.5 million posters, postcards and lubok-styled images from 1919 to 1922. Also see the publisher Litizdat.
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