Comrades, all together to the Urals! Death to Kolchak and to the followers of the Tsar and capitalism.

Poster Number: PP 017
Category: Civil War
Poster Notes: This poster references Aleksandr Vasil'evich Kolchak (1874-1920) the Supreme Ruler of White Russian forces during the Civil War.
Media Size: 44x31
Poster Type: Lithograph
Publishing Date: 1919
Catalog Notes: PP 017 Civil War
Artist: Kiselis, Petr Yul’evich (Yur’evich) — Киселис, Пётр Юльевич (Юрьевич)
Petr Yul’evich Kiselis was born in what is now is the Republic of Lithuania. In 1906, he attended courses at the Central School of Technical Drawing, a school managed by artist Barron Aleksander Stieglitz. Kiselis continued his studies between 1907 and 1908 at the Drawing School Society for the Encouragement of the Arts. From 1910 to 1912, he again enrolled (under the surname Kissel) in the Central School of Technical Drawing. From 1913 to 1916 (under the surname Kisselisov) he atte...
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Publisher: All-Russian Bureau of Military Commissars, Agitation and Education Department — Всероссийское бюро военных комиссаров (VBVK)
The publishing arm of the All-Russian Bureau of Military Commissars (VBVK) is considered the Bolsheviks' first central political organ for the Red Army. Its history dates to April 1918 when the People’s Commissariat for Military Affairs issued a decree forming military councils (soviets). This action established commissariats for military matters at the rural, provincial and district levels, and it formed the All-Russian Bureau of Military Commissars (VBVK), a bureau that was the cornerstone for the de...
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