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Title
Red icebreaker breaking black ice
Publication Information
Soviet Union
University of Southern California. Libraries
Советский Союз
Contributing Institution
University of Southern California Digital Library
Collection
Pentecostal and Charismatic Research Archive
Rights Information
Contact: Oleg Bornovolokov, oleguets@ukr.net
Library, Ukrainian Evangelical Theological Seminary, UETS, 57 Gamarnika St. Kiev-04075, Ukraine
Ukrainian Evangelical Theological Seminary
Ukrainian Evangelical Theological Seminary. Library of UETS
oleguets@ukr.net or sergeilf@gmail.com
Description
Soviet poster showing a red icebreaker breaking black ice along with some symbols of Russian Empire. The red words on the ice read, "Kolchak" and "Denikin" referring to the leaders of the anti-Bolshevik "White Movement" Admiral Alexander Kolchak and General Anton Denikin. The ship bears letters "RFSR", meaning, "Russian Federative Soviet Republic". [Description English/roman)]
Type
text
Format
1 poster : col.
posters
Identifier
pcra-uets-atheism5_20-41_poster-1920i.jpg
http://doi.org/10.25549/pcra-c14-179997
http://thumbnails.digitallibrary.usc.edu/pcra-uets-atheism5_20-41_poster-1920i.jpg
Language
Russian
Subject
Denikin, Anton Ivanovich
Kolchak, Alexander Vasilyevich
Posters
Propaganda, Soviet
Civil war--Russia
Time Period
circa 1920
Place
Russia
Russian Empire
Source
pcra-uets-179997 [Legacy record ID]
Relation
Atheistic posters; Атеистические плакаты
Pentecostal and Charismatic Research Archive
Ukrainian Evangelical Theological Seminary, Kyiv, Ukraine

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