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Baltiec #61 1938

  • Year: 1938
  • Country: Russia
  • Language: Russian
  • Movement: Constructivism
  • Subject: USSR, Constructivism
  • Dimensions: Width: 31.00cm Height: 47.00cm

Original vintage newspaper Baltiec / Baltic #61 Sunday 1 May 1938. The Soviet three-day newspaper of workers and employees of the Baltic Shipbuilding and Mechanical Factory in the name of Sergo Ordzhonikidze, published by the party committee and factory committee of the factory. This issue is dedicated to International Workers' Day and features a drawing of the parade with portraits of Lenin and Stalin. Includes articles about the achievements of the USSR; a poem by Vasily Lebedev-Kumach, a Soviet poet and lyricist; an appeal to the working classes of Spain and China with a portrait of 'El Campesino', the communist officer Valentin Gonzalez; about Zhu De, a Chinese general, military strategist, politician and revolutionary in the Chinese Communist Party; icebreaker Ermak, which in 1938 took part in the evacuation of polar explorers from the North Pole-1 station. The winterers rescued by the Taimyr icebreaker went to Ermak. Printed by the publishing house Pravda, Leningrad, 4 pages. Poor condition, part of the page is cut out, tears, browning, folded in half.

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