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An attic floor should be covered with a 5-centimeter layer of sand. Cover any fallen fire bomb with sand. This is the result of the absence of sand on an attic floor

Poster Number: PP 480
Category: World War II
Media Size: 22.5х18.5
Poster Type: Lithograph
Publishing Date: 1941
Technical Information on Poster: Submitted for production July 28, 1941; No. 75; Format 86 x 102; Volume 1/4 sheet of paper; Order No. 407
Glavlit Directory Number: L111601
Catalog Notes: PP 480 World War II
Artist: Faivishevich, Nikolai Viktorovich — Файвишевич, Николай Викторович
Nikolai Viktorovich Faivishevich was born in Grozny, Chechnya. Little is known about his early life. From a professional standpoint, he is documented as having designed instructional and political posters as early as the mid-1930s. In 1937, Faivishevich participated in the Technical Poster Exhibition of Moscow that was held inside the Kauchuk Factory club. Prior to World War II, Faivishevich lived in Moscow. He was drafted into the Red Army in 1942 and reportedly attained the rank ...
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Printer: Printer not indicated —
Publisher: Gosenergoizdat (State Publishing House of Literature on Energy), Moscow — Госэнергоиздат, Москва
Founded in 1932 in Moscow as the Scientific and Technical Publishing House of Energy Literature, the publisher was renamed Gosenergoizdat in 1939. In 1963, Gosenergoizdat was renamed Energia (Energy Publishing), and it had a branch office in Leningrad. In 1981, Energy Publishing merged with Atomizdat (Atomic Publishing).
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