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Every peasant needs to subscribe to the peasant newspaper "Soviet Village". Every month, each subscriber will receive all issues of the newspaper and one supplement to it – [such as the] Agricultural and Scientific Journal. [Partial translation]

Poster Number: PP 1051
Poster Notes: [On banners]: “Comrade peasants! Subscribe and read your newspaper, Soviet Village. It explains to us what is happening across the Soviet Union and around the world..." [Partial translation]
Media Size: 30x23
Poster Type: Lithograph
Publishing Date: c.1926
Technical Information on Poster: Order No. 367; R.U.P. No. 6055
Catalog Notes: PP 1051 Education and Literacy
Printer: Kiev-Druk Trust Typography Printing House, Kiev — Tипография Киев-Друк Трест, Киев
Kiev-Druk (i.e. Kiev-Printing) was a major typographic firm in the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic from the 1920s to the 1930s. It turned out printed materials including books and posters. While its offices were located at 19 Lenin Boulevard in Kiev, the trust managed several Kiev-based printers and had satellite departments around the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic.
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