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Issue No. 2075

State Porcelain Factory, Petrograd, Nina Zander 1919

State Porcelain Factory, Petrograd, Nina Zander 1919


Philosophy Football has released a set of four original plate designs to celebrate the idealism of Soviet design on the 90th anniversary of the Russian Revolution. These beautiful plates are available from » www.philosophyfootball.com

In conjunction with Philosphy Football, Socialist Worker has a set of the plates to give away to the winner of our competition, and individual plates for four runners up.

Just answer this question: Where did Leon Trotsky get his name from?

Please email your answers to reports@socialistworker.co.uk or post to Socialist Worker, PO Box 42184, London SW8 2WD. Closing date is 20 November 2007. We regret that we will be unable to pay postage to addresses outside the UK.

Soviet emblem and industrial landscape, late 1920s

Soviet emblem and industrial landscape, late 1920s


“Long Live Soviet Power” by Zinaida Kobyletskaya, red star by Mikhail Adamovich, 1920-21

“Long Live Soviet Power” by Zinaida Kobyletskaya, red star by Mikhail Adamovich, 1920-21



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