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

Translation: The Red Plowman. Languishing in slavery, Red Plowman, You were ruled by the tsars, But you overthrow them with your powerful arms And ventured into the field before dawn.Read Full Translation...The Red Plowman. Languishing in slavery, Red Plowman, You were ruled by the tsars, But you overthrow them with your powerful arms And ventured into the field before dawn. Applying yourself with powerful arms And, where you poured out your blood, Where slavery reigned for centuries, Your plow the unbroken virgin soil. [Partial translation only]Close Full Translation
Poster Number: PP 928
Category: Civil War
Artist: M.A. — М.А.
Poster Notes: The verse on this poster was written by Feodor Miron who likely wrote under the pseudonym "Uncle Miron". This author's text is seen on other Bolshevik posters in the Russian Civil War period.
Media Size: 31.5x21.5
Poster Type: Lithograph
Printer: EZGB (State Paper Procurement Expedition)
Printer Notes: EZGB (Ekspeditsiia Zagotovleniia Gosudarstvennykh Bumag) was the State Paper Procurement Expedition A.K.A. Department of State Currency.
Publisher: Publisher not indicated
Publishing Date: 1920
Catalog Notes: PP 928 Civil War b; Sister Poster PP 382