Poster Plakat A Collection of Posters from the Soviet Union and its Satellite Nations

Translation: Russia, To The Aid Of The Donetsk Miner! Comrade workers of all Russia and you aware and honest peasants! "Direct your gaze in the direction of the Donetsk coal deposits. If you help him, he will give you more in return.Read Full Translation...Russia, To The Aid Of The Donetsk Miner! Comrade workers of all Russia and you aware and honest peasants! "Direct your gaze in the direction of the Donetsk coal deposits. If you help him, he will give you more in return. In exchange for bread, clothes and shoes the Donetsk proletariat will give you their valued coal, which will heat, light and revive the whole country. Soviet Russia, to the aid of the Donetsk Miner!" (From an article by Lev Trotskii)Close Full Translation
Poster Number: PP 469
Category: Industry
Artist: Artist Unknown — неизвестный художник
Poster Notes: This poster is from the Russian Civil War and contains a quote by Leon Trotskii (1879-1940), Commissar of War and the first chairman of the Revolutionary Military Council.
Media Size: 41x29
Poster Type: Lithograph
Printer: MSNKh 16th State Publishing Typography Workshop, Moscow
Printer Notes: This printing workshop was the A.A. Levenson partnership prior to nationalization. In 1887, Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Levenson developed a new printing plant with a ‘speed press’ in Moscow and thereafter, his operations expanded to 450 workers by 1913. During World War I, Levenson's plant was subjugated by Zemgorom (Chief Army Supply Committee of the All-Russian Union of Cities and Towns) around 1917. With the Russian Revolution that same year, the Levenson partnership was nationalized by the Soviets and transferred (around 1920) to MSNKh (Moscow Council of National Economy) as the 16th State Printing Workshop under the Mospechat’ Trust for printing. Subsequently, the 16th State Printing Workshop was placed under the Mospoligraf Trust.
Publisher: State Publishing House, Moscow
Publishing Date: 1921
Technical Information on Poster: Year 1921.
Catalog Notes: PP 469 Industry b