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Master the Equipment #5 1932


  • Year: 1932
  • Country: Russia
  • Language: Russian
  • Movement: Constructivism
  • Subject: Technology
  • Dimensions: Width: 23.00cm Height: 29.50cm
Soviet magazine Seizing Technology, issue number 5, January 1932. Magazine on recent technological innovations in the USSR, published every six days. Published by the Newspaper-Magazine Association, in Moscow. Image of a construction site on the front cover with the slogan ‘For the 25,000 Combine Harvesters of Siberia’. Photograph entitled ‘Drummer’ on the back cover, alongside promotions of ‘Technical News’ and ‘The Standard on Construction’. This edition includes articles entitled ‘For your Machines from your Raw Material - The Day before the Historical Decisions’ and ‘For the 25,000 Combine Harvesters of Siberia’. List of artwork inside: photographs accompanying most articles, a diagram displaying how ‘One Pen becomes Three’. Fair condition, spine worn, pages inside loose. Magazine is hole punched. 15 pages.
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