Peace – Friendship – Solidarity. No to Fascism!

Poster Number: PP 1043
Poster Notes:

The word "Solidarity" is repeated in German, English, French and Spanish.
The sentence "No to Fascism!" is also repeated in German, English, French and Spanish.

Media Size: 41.5x28
Poster Type: Lithograph and Offset
Publishing Date: 1977
Editorial Information: Editor L. Maliaeva; Artistic Editor Iu. Nemirov; Text Editor M. Gridasova
Technical Information on Poster: Submitted for printing January 3, 1977; Format 70 X 108; 1 printing sheet; 1.4 conditional printing sheets; Publication No. 4A-160; Offset Paper No. 1; Order No. 1084; the Typography Workshop is the Recipient of the Order of the October Revolution and the Order of the Red Banner of Labor; Price 10 kopeks. 80202-054 K---BZ-15-8-77 088(02)-77
Glavlit Directory Number: A-00902
Catalog Notes: PP 1043 Communist Culture b
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