Price: 25.00 euro
Poster from Poland cold war era, around 1950/1960. The poster got some rips and the bottom left corner is missing. On the top of the poster is text: „May 1” and a flowers on the bottom. The poster is signed on the down-left corner „…TOWSKA” and on opposite site is a text: „Warszawa DSP”. House of the Polish Word (DSP) was founded in 1950 and was the largest printing plant in the Polish People’s Republic located at ul. Miedziana 11 in Warsaw.
May 1st. is worldwide Labour Day. Labour Day (or International Worker’s Day) is a celebration of labourers and the working classes that is promoted by the international labour movement, socialists and anarchists. Labour day was established in 1890 as an international protest day for demanding a 8 hour working day, labour rights and for keeping the peace.