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Master Of Sport DOSAAF Motorcycle Pilot Speedboat


Original vintage Soviet propaganda poster promoting sport issued by DOSAAF (Dosaaf; the Volunteer Society for Cooperation with the Army, Aviation and Navy) for the VIII Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. The text reads: Sport is a true friend of the tenacious, the strong and the brave. Forward to new successes. Today we are brave athletes, but tomorrow we will be excellent soldiers! Colourful design features images of a man riding a motorcycle and a man racing a speed boat below a propeller plane flying on the yellow sky background, all travelling in a line with a string of flags behind them including the DOSAAF flag and the flags of the Soviet Army, Navy and Air Force. In the background is a missile bomb, a battleship and a fighter plane marked with a Soviet star on the tail, the USSR Master of Sport logo below and an excerpt of a resolution from the VIII All-Union Congress of DOSAAF discussing the importance of athletes is given on the side. ДОСААФ / Dosaaf was founded in 1927 for the development of paramilitary sports as a preparation for reserve armed forces. Good condition, minor creasing, minor staining, small tear on top margin.

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