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¡Viva el creador de nuestra imbatible aviación, el mejor amigo de los pilotos soviéticos, el gran Stalin!

Número de Cartel: PP 345
Información sobre el cartel: Los biplanos que aparecen en la parte izquierda del cartel son, muy probablemente, el Polikárpov Po-2 o el Polikárpov I-153. La aeronave en la parte derecha da la impresión de que se trata del Tupolev TB-3.
Tamaño: 41x29
Tipo de cartel: Litografía
Fecha de publicación: 1939
Editores: Editor A. Rachevskii. Technical Editor M. Spirushkov.
Información técnica: Iskusstvo No. 4357. Submitted for production April 26, 1939. Approved for printing July 9, 1939. Index R-80. Order No. 2239.Standard format 62 x 94. Volume 1 sheet of paper.
Número de Glavlit: A-14002.
En el catologo: PP 345 Military
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