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Número de Cartel: PP 1125
Información sobre el cartel: Sections of text come from the 1930 poem "March of the Shock Brigades" (Marsh udarnykh brigad ) by Vladimir Vladimirovich Mayakovskii (1893-1930), a Soviet poet, playwright, artist, and actor. Poignant to poster-- in 1929 and early 1930, Mayakovskii wrote slogan texts for posters by the publishing house Gostrudizdat.
Tamaño: 31x24
Tipo de cartel: Litografía y Offset
Fecha de publicación: 1930
Información técnica: Price 25 kopeks
Número de Glavlit: A 58644

Terehina, V. N. (2016). Paytnami krasok, zvonom lozungov ...:Knizhno-plakatnoe tvorchestvo Mayakovskogo. Moskva: Nestor-Istoria. (P. 263, Mayakovskii writing for Gostrudizdat publishers)
Humesky, A. (1964). Majakovskij and his neologisms. New York: Rausen Publishers. (P. 209, poem "March of the Shock Brigades")

En el catologo: PP 1125 Workers b
Artista: Kotov, Nikolai Georgievich — Котов, Николай Георгиевич
Imprenta: Tsentrizdat (Central Publishing House of the Peoples of the USSR) — Центриздат (Центральное издательство народов СССР)
Tsentrizdat was established in 1924 to consolidate East and West publishing divisions into one entity. With a focus on literature, political, scientific and educational information in the national languages of the USSR, it had offices throughout the Soviet republics and autonomous regions. Its printing house was located in Moscow along Shliuzovaia Naberezhnaia (Gateway Embankment, i.e. Gateway Passage). Tsentrizdat was dissolved in 1931 when the USSR centralized its printing and publishing industries.
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Editorial: Gostrudizdat (State Publishing House of Labor Issues) — Гострудиздат (Государственное издательство литературы по вопросам труда)
Gostrudizdat (State Publishing House of Labor Issues) was established around 1924 as Labor Issues Publishing in order to disseminate printed material related to labor. Its office was located in Moscow at 6 Staraia (Old) Square in a building that also housed Moscow's Gorkom (city committee) and Obkom (oblast committee). Dominated by government institutions for decades, Staraia Square at one time contained the offices of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the USSR.
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