We will not let the fulfillment of the Five-Year Plan be destroyed by anyone

Poster Number: PP 148
Category: Economy
Poster Notes: Poster is in German language; It was produced for the German-speaking minority of Ukraine.
Media Size: 33.4x24.4
Poster Type: Lithograph
Publishing Date: 1931
Technical Information on Poster: Order No. 27., Price 30 kopeks
Glavlit Directory Number: V 681
Catalog Notes: PP 148 Economy b
Artist: Finogenov, Konstantin Ivanovich — Финогенов, Константин Иванович

Konstantin Ivanovich Finogenov was a noted painter, draftsman and art instructor in the USSR. He began his artistic studies in 1924 in his home town of Tsaritsyn (now, Volograd). In 1925, he joined the A.Kh.R.R. (Association of Artists of Revolutionary Russia). Finogenov furthered his artistic education at the Leningrad VKhUTEIN [Higher Art and Technical Institute] in their graphic department. After the Institute moved to Moscow, Finogenov continued his studies at the Moscow Polygraphic Institute (now, Moscow State University of Printing Arts of Ivan Fedorov) where he graduated in 1932. That year, he also became a member of the Moscow Union of Artists.

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Printer: Tsentrizdat (Central Publishing House of the Peoples of the USSR) — Центриздат (Центральное издательство народов СССР)

Tsentrizdat was established in 1924 to consolidate East and West publishing divisions into one entity. With a focus on literature, political, scientific and educational information in the national languages of the USSR, it had offices throughout the Soviet republics and autonomous regions. Tsentrizdat was dissolved in 1931 when the USSR centralized its printing and publishing industries.

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Publisher: Tsentrizdat (Central Publishing House of the Peoples of the USSR) — Центриздат (Центральное издательство народов СССР)

Tsentrizdat was established in 1924 to consolidate East (Vostok ) and West (Zapad ) publishing divisions within the USSR. With a focus on literature, political, scientific and educational information all in the national languages of the USSR, Tsentrizdat had offices throughout the Soviet republics and autonomous regions. It operated its own printing sections due to the magnitude of letterforms required to develop the printed material it published in numerous languages. The publisher was dissolved in 1931 when the USSR centralized its publishing and printing industries.

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