New land laws of the Soviets in Ukraine. 1. How it was during the time of the wealthy and the capitalists. Land of the Ruling Class verses Land of the Peasantry. 2. How it is under Soviet rule. All land to the peasantry.

Poster Number: PP 023
Poster Notes: [On flag] "Long live Soviet power"
Media Size: 33x23
Poster Type: Lithograph
Publishing Date: 1920
Sources & Citation: Belichko, U.V., & Kilesso, S. K. (1987). Mistetstvo narodzhene zhovtnem: Ukrainsʹke radiansʹke obrazotvorche mystetstvo ta arkhitektura 1917-1987. Kyïv: Mystetstvo.
Catalog Notes: PP 023 Communist Culture
Artist: Efimov (Fridliand), Boris Efimovich — Ефимов (Фридлянд), Борис Ефимович
Boris Efimov (born Boris Efimovich Fridliand) revealed his creative industry at a young age, when in 1916, he produced a handmade school newspaper featuring his original drawings placed with the writings of his brother (and journalist to be) Mikhail Koltsov. Following a family move to Kharkov, Boris returned to Kiev in 1917 to study at the National Economic Institute and also to study under the law faculty at Kiev State University though he finished neither program. He ...
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Publisher: State Publishing House, Kiev — Государственное издательство, Киев
The State Publishing House had its origins in Imperial Russia as the Royal Print Yard in St. Petersburg. As the Red Army controlled more provinces and cities in former Imperial Russia, the State Publishing House developed offices outside St. Petersburg. Kiev was a major city of Imperial Russia as well as of the USSR. Once Soviet control was established in Ukraine, publishing was concentrated in the State Publishing House that existed from 1919-1930. Today, Kiev ...
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