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Bolshevist flag captured by the Polish troops near Pinsk at the edge of the Pripet marshed photographed by the Red Cross camera man outside the headquarters in Brest-Litowski. The Russian lettering is in Gold on a red field and in the star is a miniature hammer and plough above the words "Long Live the Russian Communist (Bolshevist) party"

Bolshevist flag captured by the Polish troops near Pinsk at the edge o...

Title, date and notes from Red Cross caption card. Photographer name or source of original from caption card or negative sleeve: ARC. Group title: Poland. Used in: Ex. Western Newspaper Union. indef. Gift; Amer... more

[Two small coffins being carried on stretchers to cemetery in the Volga famine district of Bolshevist Russia]

[Two small coffins being carried on stretchers to cemetery in the Volg...

No copyright renewal per LC Photoduplication Service. No. S/274,126/Fo. Underwood and Underwood photo.

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