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Illustrated Newspaper Illustratsionnaya Gazeta #5 1941

A Shaihet, M Kalashnikov, D Uhtomsky, L Bordukov, A Missyura, G Yablonsky, P Voznesensky

  • Year: 1941
  • Country: Russia
  • Language: Russian
  • Movement: Socialist Realism
  • Subject: Culture
  • Dimensions: Width: 30.70cm Height: 47.40cm

Illustrated Newspaper was mostly concentrated on cultural achievements in USSR. This issue talks about housewife became a deputy, museum of Stalin in Kureik, Russia, winter sports, as well as cinema and theatre. Photographs are by A. Shaihet, Soviet photographer, one of the founders of the Soviet photo essay, master of documentary photography, as well as M. Kalashnikov, D. Uhtomsky, L. Bordukov, A. Missyura, G. Yablonsky and P. Voznesensky. Published by "Pravda" newspapers, 150 000 copies. Good condition, missing paperclip, minor tears, rubbings on the spine and on margins. Bent corners of pages. 4 pages.

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