Buenos Aires: Peremoha, . Original illustrated wrappers. Fair. Item #224
Duodecimo (13,5 x 18 cm). 34 pages: illustrations. Text in Ukrainian. Inscription in pencil “Gift: Wasyl Nahirniak, Sept 1971, Madison, Wisconsin” to page 3; one corner nibbled by a rodent.
A small collection of Ukrainian folk art on the totalitarian Bolshevik regime, heroic struggle and the power of folk songs. Stalin used folklore as a mode to rule people, which was then widely distributed. People, in return, created their sarcastic songs. The five-year plans for the development of the national economy of the USSR consisted of a series of nationwide centralized economic plans, beginning in the late 1920s.
OCLC shows seven copies, as of April 2020.