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Soldiers of the Soviet Army! Watchfully protect the peace which you earned in war and the building-up labor of our people!

Poster Number: PP 502
Category: Military
Media Size: 38.5x27
Poster Type: Lithograph
Publishing Date: 1950
Technical Information on Poster: Submitted for printing January 12, 1950; I-10/2820; Price 1 ruble 20 kopeks
Glavlit Directory Number: G32015
Catalog Notes: PP 502 Military
Artist: Ivanov, Konstantin Konstantinovich — Иванов, Константин Константинович
Konstantin Konstantinovich Ivanov received his initial art instruction from his father, the noted graphic artist Konstantin L. Ivanov. Formal instruction began in 1933 when Konstantin Konstantinovich attended an art school in Leningrad. It was from that point on that he dedicated his life to graphic design. During World War II, Konstantin Ivanov served on the front line while contributing to posters designed by the TASS (Telegraph Agency of the Soviet Union) Studios. In 1949, he began professionally ...
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Vladimir Georgievich Koliabin was a Soviet painter and graphic artist. Born in the small village of Kibirevo located in rural Vladimir Region; his family moved to the industrial city of Orekhovo-Zuevo (Moscow Region) when he was a child. Koliabin began his higher education at the Moscow Art School in memory of 1905 where he was enrolled from 1937 to 1940. In the autumn of 1940, while still in school, he was called up for military service in the Red ...
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Artist: Illegible Name — Неразборчивое Имя
Publisher: Voenizdat (Military Publishers) — Воениздат
Voenizdat (Military Publishers) was the Military Publishing House of the Ministry of Defense of the USSR (voennoe izdatelstvo). Established in Moscow in 1919; Voenizdat published literature for the defense industry such as technical manuals and dictionaries. It also published posters, pamphlets and fiction and non-fiction literature frequently containing military themes. Voenizdat's predecessor was Litizdat, the publishing arm of the Revolutionary Military Soviet.
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