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Title
Novye den'gi stoiashchie tverdo ukrepjat khoziaistvo derevni i goroda
Новые деньги стоящие твёрдо укрепят хозяйство древни и города. Буржуй, простись с весёлыми деньками--добъём окончательно твёрдыми деньгами
Creator
Cheremnykh, M.M
Черемных, М.М
Date Created and/or Issued
1924
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
A poster dedicated to a new Soviet hard currency. Caption on top reads, "Novye den'gi stoiashchie tverdo ukrepjat khoziaistvo derevni i goroda", meaning, "New currency will make economy stronger". Caption on bottom reads, "Burzhui, prostis' s veselymi den'kami -- dob'em okonchatel'no tverdymi den'gami", meaning, "Capitalist, say "Good bye" to happy days, we'll hit you hard with hard currency". [Description English/roman)]
Type
text
Format
1 poster : col.
posters
Identifier
pcra-uets-a-02_02_00035.tif
http://doi.org/10.25549/pcra-c14-15916
http://thumbnails.digitallibrary.usc.edu/pcra-uets-a-02_02_00035.jpg
Language
Russian
Subject
Propaganda, Soviet
Money
Finance
Place
Soviet Union
Source
pcra-uets-15916 [Legacy record ID]
Relation
Atheistic posters; Атеистические плакаты
Pentecostal and Charismatic Research Archive
Ukrainian Evangelical Theological Seminary, Kyiv, Ukraine

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