The Great Famine-Genocide in Soviet Ukraine, 1932-1933 (Holodomor)
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"Famine in the Soviet Union, 1921-1922 - Photographs and Postcards"
  

Soviet Famine of 1921-1923


(Printed Postcard Raising Funds for the Soviet Famine. Card Printed In Brussels by the Federation Bruxselloise) (Private Collection)

   

Printed Postcard Showing Victims Of the Soviet 1921-1923 Famine.


Card was published in Brussels to raise funds for the famine victims. (Private Collection)

   

A GROUP OF CHILDREN ARRIVES AT THE HOSPITAL

 

(Printed postcard from Federation In Brussels raising funds for the victims of famine in the Soviet Union, 1921-1923)(Private Collection)

ARE YOU GOING TO LET CHILDREN OF WORKERS AND PEASANTS OF SOVIET RUSSIA DIE FROM HUNGER?

 

By: Kate Kollwitz
(Printed poster type graphic postcard to raise funds for the great famine in 1921-1923 in the Soviet Union, a strong graphic image printed in Brussels) (private collection)

HAULING THE BODIES OF THE DEAD

(Printed poster type graphic postcard to raise funds for the great famine in 1921-1923 in the Soviet Union, a strong graphic image printed in Brussels) (private collection)


   

 HOW THEY "LIVE" IN SOVIET RUSSIA

IF YOU DON'T WANT TO FACE SUCH SITUATION IN FRANCE, VOTE AGAINST POPULAR FRONT!

 

(Printed Anti Popular Front Political Postcard Published In Paris, France In the Early 1920', private collection)

   

    "Freedom" How It Is Understood
In The USSR Peasants, If You Don't Want To Have The Same Slavery, Vote Against Popular Front.

 

(Printed political anti-communist postcard from Paris in the early 1920's)(private collection)

   

"Bread" - such is the situation in the USSR. If you don't want, as it is in Russia, to stand in line for a loaf, VOTE AGAINST POPULAR FRONT.

 

(Printed political postcard from Paris in the early 1920's) (private collection)


   

 

#67. RUSSIA:
Famine: A Starving Family From Tatar Republic (Volga).

(A real photograph postcard from the 1921-1923 Soviet famine that covered parts of Russia and Ukraine. If you can supply us with photos other postcards from this set or period please contact us.) (Private collection).

HELP RUSSIAN PEOPLE

Post Account VIII 8673


(Printed poster type postcard raising fund for famine relief...1921-1923, private collection)

   

"IN SEARCH FOR BREAD"
Soviet Famine 1921-23

 

(Printed Postcard In Color-Private
Collection)

 COMMISSION FOR SUPPORT RUSSIAN PEOPLE
For Russia that starves because of CAPITALIST BLOCKADE


(Very Rare Pro-Communist, Printed In Color, Postcard Raising Funds For The Soviet famine relief efforts of 1921-1923)(private collection)

   

HELP
Poster Art By D. Moor, 1921

USSR Izogiz
(Name of the publishing house)
Edition 75,000. Price 20 kopecks.
Polygraphy House, Kalinin, Russia, USSR
Postcard from the 1950-1960's

(D. Moor was one of the most famous early Soviet poster artists. He made this poster in 1921 to assist in the fund raising efforts for the huge famine in the Soviet Union in 1921-1922) (Printed Postcard)(Private Collection)

   

   
Nexo Anderson, Socialist Writer, Author of the Novels: Pelle The Conqueror, Ditte child of man, etc. Member of the Communist Party of Denmark
Nexo Anderson
Socialist Writer, Denmark
Early 1920's
(Rare Postcard published to raise fund for the 1921-1923 famine in Soviet Russia)(Private Collection)

   

Printed postcard requesting United States famine relief.

 

Postcard mailed from Moscow on April 19, 1922. (private collection)

 

AMERICAN RELIEF ADMINISTRATION

gives from a number of its warehouses in RUSSIA parcels with American food. Write to the address:
AMERICAN RELIEF ADMINISTRATION

   

42 Broadway New York City and demand application form for sending food. In this way you can provide FOOD PARCELS, containing different provisions, from American Relief Administration to any person in Russia

 

WE IN RUSSIA ARE IN GREAT NEED OF PROVISIONS. HELP US IN TROUBLE!


Address: Teacher Frants Petrovych Adler 17 Kniazheskaya St., app.31, Odesa, Odesa Region

   
(A rare printed postcard for Soviet famine relief efforts in 1921-1923 regarding the American Relief Adminstration, notice the address is in Ukarine from Odesa)(Private Collection)

 

 
 

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