Only In the Soviet Union

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Russian translation:

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Poster showing, in a series of illustrations, the improvement in the condition of Russian Jews following the founding of the Soviet Union and the decision to retrain Jews in the agricultural professions. The illustrations depict the poverty and pogroms in the Jewish community, the meeting in which the resolution was adopted to provide land to Jews, and finally the positive consequences of agricultural work for the Jewish community

The illustrations are accompanied by a rhymed text by Y. A. Slonim
In the same year, an identical poster was printed with the same text in Yiddish
The OZET organization was active in the Soviet Union in the years 1925-1938, with the aim of encouraging agricultural settlement among Soviet Jews and finding suitable places for such settlements. In 1928 OZET took upon itself the enterprise of settling Jews in Birobidzhan

Source: Kedem Auction House. LTD