On the Happy Day of Liberation from the German aggressors’ yoke, the first words of unlimited gratitude and love of the Soviet People are sent to our friend and father Comrade Stalin- organizer of our struggle for the Liberation and Independence of our Motherland

Poster Number: PP 371
Category: Stalin
Poster Notes: This poster is a war-time version PP 372. Compare both images carefully.
Media Size: 24х18.5
Poster Type: Offset
Publishing Date: 1943
Editorial Information: Editor E. Povolotskaia
Technical Information on Poster: Publication No. 6306. Order No. 2778. Volume 1 sheet of paper. Price 75 kopeks. Printed on an intaglio printing machine at “Gudok” Typography Workshop.
Glavlit Directory Number: L63690
Catalog Notes: PP 371 Stalin; Sister poster PP 372
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