|THE KHRUSHCHEV ERA 1955-1964.
Throughout his years of leadership, Khrushchev attempted to carry out reform in a range of fields.
The problems of Soviet agriculture, a major concern of Khrushchev's, had earlier attracted the attention of the
collective leadership, which introduced important innovations in this area of the Soviet economy.
The state encouraged peasants to grow more on their private plots, increased payments for crops grown on the
collective farms, and invested more heavily in agriculture. In his dramatic virgin land campaign (see Glossary)
in the mid-1950s, Khrushchev opened to farming vast tracts of land in the northern part of the Kazakh Republic
and neighboring areas of the Russian Republic. These new farmlands turned out to be susceptible to droughts, but in
some years they produced excellent harvests. Later innovations by Khrushchev, however, proved counterproductive.
His plans for growing maize and increasing meat and dairy production failed miserably, and his reorganization of
collective farms into larger units produced confusion in the countryside.
Authors of this poster were artists Reshetnikov B. and Dobrov A.Plakat has appeared in 1956. This time
of development of the new grounds (virgin soil) . Young people went in the uninhabited grounds and developed new territories.
They took rich crops of grain-crops
The reprint has appeared in 2003 circulation of 500 copies on art paper(enamel-paper),high quality and rather
heavy two-side coated printing paper with smooth surface.Density of paper is 90g/m2
Title: Night is not handicap for work|
Size: 11 3/8 x 16 1/2 in (29,7 x 42 cm)
Material: printer ink on paper