Railroad workers! Keep your word which you gave to comrade Stalin! By rapid delivery of freight, help the Red Army to hasten the hour of victory against the enemy!

Poster Number: PP 586
Category: Workers
Media Size: 36.5x28
Poster Type: Lithograph and Offset
Publishing Date: 1945
Editorial Information: Editor P. Piskunov.
Technical Information on Poster: September 25, 1944. Publication No. 6562. 1 sheet of paper. Price 2 rubles.
Glavlit Directory Number: A11323.
Catalog Notes: PP 586 Workers
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