The 1932 Soviet poster dedicated to the 8th of March holiday.
The red text reads:
- The 8th of March: A day of rebellion by working women against kitchen slavery.
The grey text in lower right reads:
- Say NO to the oppression and vacuity of household work!"
- Source: plakaty.ru
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