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Citizens of the Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic have a right to education

Poster Number: PP 1072
Media Size: 36.5x26.5
Poster Type: Lithograph
Publishing Date: 1946
Technical Information on Poster: Order No. 4513; Price 3 rubles
Glavlit Directory Number: MV-07326
Catalog Notes: PP 1072 Education & Literacy
USSR Region: Estonian SSR
Artist: Pilar, Alexander Nikolaevich — Пилар, Александр Николаевич
Alexandr Nikolaevich Pilar was born in Sevastopol’, the son of an officer in the Imperial Black Sea Fleet. The family had noble roots of Germanic origin extending back to the heirs of the Pilar von Pilchau. Alexsandr Pilar was educated at various schools due to his father’s military postings. In 1930, he initiated the study of art at Anatoli Kaigorodov's painting studio in Tallinn. Pilar later studied at the Estonian SSR State School of Art and ...
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Printer: Kommunist Printing House, Tallinn — Типография Коммунист, Таллинн
Kommunist Printing House (Trükikoda Kommunist in Estonian) was a state-owned entity in the Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic. It disseminated political literature and ephemera in addition to printing books. Located in the city of Tallinn, Kommunist Printing was situated at 2 Pikk Street. Prior to the Soviet Union’s incorporation of Estonia into the USSR, the printer served the Tallinn Estonian Publishing Company. The printer’s year of foundation is recorded as 1908 -- according to one Sovie...
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Publisher: Poliitiline Kirjandus (Political Literature) Publishing, Estonia — Издательство Политической Литературы
Political Literature Publishing was formed in Tallinn, the capital of the Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic. Political Literature was also part of the state-controlled publishing monopoly developed by the Soviet Union in September 1940 in order to reorganize publishing via the Estonian State Publishing Center, which combined five publishing entities. Political Literature chiefly produced socio-political material in addition to the magazines "Bolshevik" and "Young Lenin". In 1949, Political Literature Publishing was merged under the ...
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