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Peace will be maintained and will last if the nations [people] take into their hands the issue of the preservation of peace and persist with it throughout. - J.V Stalin

Poster Number: PP 826
Category: Stalin
Media Size: Please inquire
Poster Type: Offset
Publishing Date: c. 1952
Technical Information on Poster: MSZ. 328-1952.IV. [1952 April]; Accountable [Printing] Manager, Gyula Pomayer; Publisher in charge, József Török.
Catalog Notes: PP 826 Stalin; Sister poster PP 153
Language: Hungarian
Artist: Belopol'skii, Boris Naumovich — Белопольский, Борис Наумович
Boris Naumovich Belopol'skii was a multi-talented artist. While his chief concentration was in graphic art, Belopol'skii was also known as a painter and a monumentalist. A 1928 graduate of the Kharkov Art Institute, he lived in Kharkov until 1941 whereupon he moved to Moscow. During the 1930s the artist began designing posters. His artistic style incorporated photomontage and illustrative realism. Belopol’skii designed posters for Iskusstvo (Art) Publishing House whereby he generated a significant number of titles co...
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Printer: Offset Printing House, Budapest —
The Offset Printing House was a state-owned printer located in Budapest, Hungary.
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Publisher: Hungarian-Soviet Society, Newspaper and Agitational Material — Венгерско-советского общества культурных связей, агитация и газета
The Hungarian-Soviet Society (A.K.A. Hungarian-Soviet Cultural Society) was founded in 1945 to foster increased Soviet culture with Hungary. Pragmatically, it served as a mass organization (with about 1.5 million members by the 1950s) to heighten the Soviet Union's influence within the Hungarian People's Republic. The Society published its own newspaper and it distributed literature and propaganda relevant to its cause. While it disbanded after the 1956 Hungarian Revolution, it was reconstituted in subsequent years and remained ...
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