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Expose Warmongers!

Poster Number: PP 652
Category: Cold War
Poster Notes: [Written on book] "Signatures of the Stockholm Appeal". The 1950 Stockholm peace petition was carried out largely by the Cominform and endorsed by the Soviet Union, its satellite states and by Communist parties around the world. The only public tabulation of results was in August 1950 boasting that 273,470,566 persons had signed the petition. Warmongers "exposed" behind the curtain are Winston Churchill, Harry Truman (holding atom bomb), Douglas MacArthur, Gen. Fransisco Franco (of Spain), a Catholic bishop, and other non-communists.
Media Size: 37x29
Poster Type: Lithograph
Publishing Date: 1950
Editorial Information: Editor A. Piskarev
Technical Information on Poster: Approved for publication November 1, 1950; Order No. 1741
Glavlit Directory Number: АB08276
Catalog Notes: PP 652 Cold War (framed)
Artist: Merega, Еvgenii Nikitovich — Мерега, Евгений Никитович
Printer: Kishinev City Poligrafkombinat — Полиграфкомбинат, Кишинев
The Kishinev Poligrafkombinat (printing plant) was located at 32 Gostpital’naia Street in Chișinău (Kishinev in Russian variant), the capital of the Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic.
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Publisher: Moldavia State Publishing House — Государственное издательство Молдавии
The Moldavia (Moldovan) State Publishing House was formed after 1940. Its offices were based in the capital city of Chişinău (Kishinev) and in Bacău. The Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic was the first state in history formed on the basis of nationality, a term used by the Soviet Union at the time. The republic was formed in August 1940 by combining Bessarabia (a historical region in Eastern Europe) with parts of the former Moldavian Autonomous Rep...
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