Plakat – wojna polsko-bolszewicka

Warto przypomnieć o tym czerwonym ścierwie i bydle bolszewickim wespół z z zaprzedanymi polskimi zdrajcami próbującym już w 1920 roku podbić Polskę. Plakat paskudny, aż serce boli patrzeć, ale zarazę udało się odeprzeć na 20 lat. Potem walili….tak jak na plakacie a teraz chowa się ich z honorami w alejach zasłużonych.

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Lot 32. Niech Zyje Rewolucija! [Long Live the Revolution], a Polish-language propaganda poster by an anonymous artist. Published by Polish Communist Publishing, Kiew, 1920.

We found reproductions of this poster on several Polish websites dealing with the 1920 Russo-Polish conflict; captions typically describe it as a “Polrevkom propaganda poster”. Polrevkom was the name of a short-lived government-in-waiting formed by Polish Communists in anticipation of a Soviet victory over Poland. Originally formed in Moscow, Polrevkom followed the Red Army into Polish territory, setting up headquarters in Biyalostok (at the end of July, 1920), only to follow the retreating Red Army back into Soviet-held territory a month later, before being dissolved.

In strictly technical terms, the characterization of this poster as a Polrevkom production may be inaccurate, but it fairly accurately captures the poster’s spirit – it calls for the creation of a Polish Soviet Republic, and implores the populations of Poland, Belarus, and Ukraine to join the Red Army side. Whether the Polrevkom actually ordered the poster is probably immaterial.

Estimate $1,500 – $2,500.

Mercer and Middlex Auction. June 29, 2014.

One thought on “Plakat – wojna polsko-bolszewicka

  1. Czytelnicy tego bloga o poglądach socjaldemokratycznych lub jeszcze czerwieńszych zawsze maja wybór:

    a) Nie muszą czytać mojego bloga

    b) Mogą stworzyć własny blog i wychwalać tam bolszewizm pod niebiosa

    Sugeruję Jennifer czytanie Prawdy, Izwiestii i ewentualnie Czerwony Sztandar zamiast Polish Art Corner.

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