Unknown Soldier's Grave Mogila Neizvestnogo Soldata
- Year: 1932
- Country: Russia
- Language: Russian
- Movement: Constructivism
- Subject: Novel
- Dimensions: Width: 13.70cm Height: 19.90cm Depth: 1.60cm
Cover and drawings are made by Ignaty Nivinsky, famous Russian graphic artist, painter and outstanding theatre artist. Artist used the experience of cubism and constructivism to problem-solve interaction between object and space, to identify the structure of the object. Written by Vladimir Lidin, Russian fiction writer and memoirist. The novel touches upon issues of duty and morality, humanity and attitude to war. The unjustified cruelty, the absurdity of the victims, memory of the living of those who died - everything is erased in the memory of the next generations. Humanity does not remember its own madness. Published by Federatsiya publishers in 1932 ,5200 copies. Fair condition, brown cloth cover is stamped in gilt, sings of aging, partial loss of golden paint and decolorattion on the cover. Small stain on the cover on the bottom right corner. Minor loss of material on the bottom of the spine. 264 pages.