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To constantly intensify the strength of the struggle for an enduring peace!

Número de Cartel: PP 620
Información sobre el cartel: [On banners in various languages] “Peace”
Tamaño: 82.5x45
Tipo de cartel: Litografía y Offset
Fecha de publicación: 1977
Editores: Editor L. Maliaeva; Art Editor A. Galkin; Technical Editor R. Moskvina
Información técnica: Submitted for printing April 7, 1977; Format 70 x 108; 3 printing sheets; 4.2 conventional printing sheets; Publication No. 46-190; Order No. 1447; Offset paper No. 1; Price 23 kopeks; F 80202-263/088(02)-77 B3-36-4-77.
Número de Glavlit: A-01257
En el catologo: PP 620 Cold War (oversized)
Artista: Filatov, D. — Филатов, Д.
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