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¡Viva la igualdad de las mujeres en el país socialista!

Número de Cartel: PP 1099
Información sobre el cartel:

[Quote from Stalin] “We must greet the growing social activism of working women and their promotion into managerial posts as an indubitable sign of the maturation of our kul'turnost'.”
[Text inside gold box] In the USSR, labor is a matter of honor, a matter of glory, and a matter of valor and heroism.
[Quote from article 122 of USSR Constitution] “The woman in the USSR is granted equal rights to the man in all areas of economic, governmental, cultural, and social-political life.”
[Quote from Stalin] “Women on the collective farms are a major force.” – I. Stalin
[Airplane] “Motherland”
[Signs on buildings] Kindergarten, Maternity Ward No. 32, Daycares
[Red Cross Worker] Strengthen the Sanitary Defenses of the USSR!

Tamaño: 38x25
Tipo de cartel: Litografía
Fecha de publicación: 1939
Editores: Editor M. Ioffe; Technical Editor E. Strukov
Información técnica: Submitted for production and approved for printing February 28, 1939; Iskusstvo No. 4007 Index R-10; Order No. 1036; Standard format 62x94 1 large sheet, 2 conditional sheets; Price 70 kopeks
Número de Glavlit: A-6221
En el catologo: PP 1099 Women
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