Raise higher the level of political activity of exploited agricultural workers and the poor! Let's unite them with independent farmers against the exploiters!

Poster Number: PP 193
Poster Notes: Poster is in a Farsi script and Russian language. This poster has an anti-Kulak message dating from the period of 1929-1932 during the "liquidation campaign" of land-owning peasants who were called Kulaks.
Media Size: 32.5x25.5
Poster Type: Lithograph
Publishing Date: 1928
Glavlit Directory Number: illegible…2044
Sources & Citation: Karimullin, A. G. (1989). Stanovlenie i razvitie tatarskoĭ sovetskoĭ knigi, 1917-1932: Ocherki o vedomstvennykh, spetsialʹnykh i kooperativnykh izdatelʹstvakh Tatarskoĭ ASSR.
Catalog Notes: PP 193 Communist Culture
Artist: Artist Unknown — неизвестный художник

The artist's name on the poster is not indicated. By assigning Artist Unknown to a poster it also could mean the artist used a chop mark whereby no signature is seen thus rendering the artist's identity anonymous.

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Printer: Tatpoligraf, Kazan —

Tatpoligraf (Tatar Poligrafic Enterprise) was a printing trust formed in 1927 to consolidate printing houses in the Tatar Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic that were outside the jurisdiction of Tatgosizdat (Tatar State Publishing House). The Vostok Lithography (at 4 Kazanskaia Street, Kazan) as well as the Proletarskoe Slovo (Proletarian Word) Lithography in Kazan were under Tatpoligraf management.

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Publisher: Publisher not indicated —