Month of Czechoslovak-Soviet Friendship November 7th to December 5th, 1951.

Poster Number: PP 880
Category: Stalin
Poster Notes: Poster is in Czech language. November 7th was a holiday in Czechoslovakia marking the Soviet anniversary of the Bolshevik revolution of 1917. Celebrations were carried out under "The Month of Czechoslovak-Soviet Friendship". A highlight was the lantern march-- required for the holiday. Czechoslovakians carried paper lanterns and marched through their neighborhoods as a show of solidarity. The man with Stalin is Klement Gottwald (1896-1953), Czechoslovak Communist leader. They hold a paper that reads, Se Sovětským svazem na věčné časy! (With the Soviet Union forever!). From 1935 to 1944, Czechoslovakia and the USSR signed three treaties of cooperation. The Soviet Union held political claim to much of the nation after the war and the eastern section of Czechoslovakia (Carpathian Ruthenia) was annexed to USSR after liberation.
Media Size: Please inquire
Poster Type: Lithograph
Publishing Date: September, 1951
Technical Information on Poster: Publishing House Address: Svoboda No. 2
Catalog Notes: PP 880 Stalin, Sister poster PP 156 Stalin
Artist: Schlesinger, Josef —
Printer: Printer not indicated —