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Let us fight for the resurgence of the railroad industry!

Poster Number: PP 383
Category: Industry
Media Size: 28.5x26.5
Poster Type: Lithograph and Offset
Publishing Date: 1951
Editorial Information: Editor R. Tungel
Technical Information on Poster: July 26, 1951; Publishing House Communist, Talinn, Telephone No. 36-23; Price – 3 rubles
Glavlit Directory Number: MB-10602
Catalog Notes: PP 383 Industry b
USSR Region: Estonian SSR
Language: Estonian
Artist: Kütt, Allex Fritz Vol'demarovich (Kyutt, Aleks) — Кютт, Алекс Фриц Вольдемарович
Allex Kütt was born in Estonia shortly after the nation declared its independence following World War I. In 1942, Kütt began his artistic studies at the Tallinn School of Fine and Applied Arts. In 1944, he enrolled in the Tallinn State Institute of Applied Arts. Kütt graduated from there in 1949 and went on to serve as a lecturer in the department of Drawing and Graphics at the Academy of Arts in Estonia until 1985. Although he ...
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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: Estonian National Publishing, Tallinn — Эстонское государственное издательство, Таллинн
Estonian National Publishing (Eesti Riiklik Kirjastus) was the state-owned publishing entity of the Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic. The publisher was also known as Estonian State Press and it printed literature and ephemera. In 1940, it began operations as the Tartu State Publishing House (until 1941), and around 1944 it moved to the capital city of Tallinn. In addition to publishing books and posters; Estonian National Publishing disseminated works of fiction and art. During a 1949 reorganization, the publishing house ...
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