by [Soviet Imagery] [Tulikov, Serafim. (1914-2004)]
Used; Like New/Used; Like New. A visually striking original postcard showing a happy Soviet family beneath a hammer and sickle, above the words and music of Serafim Tulikov and Alexander Zharov's 1947 song "We Are For Peace." With an inscription and an address in Budapest on the verso, and original stamp and postmark. Light edge wear and toning; overall in fine condition. 4 x 6 inches (10.3 x 14.9 cm).National fame came to Tulikov in 1947, when he composed "We Are for Peace" ("ÐÑ - Ð·Ð° Ð¼Ð¸Ñ!"), with lyrics byÂ Alexander Zharov, aÂ marching songÂ meant to mobilize the masses all over the world on behalf of the USSR-led effort to prevent the escalation of international tensions during the early phase of theÂ Cold War. (Inventory #: 13676)
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