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The KKE inaugurates an Exhibition of Stamps and Rare Documents in honour of the Great October Revolution

The inauguration of an original and exceptional exhibition entitled "100 Years since the October Revolution. A trip through History, with our eyes on the future. Exhibition of Stamps and Documents” took place on the afternoon of Tuesday, October 17, at the Municipal Art Gallery of Piraeus and will be open until October 28th. This is yet another KKE initiative within the framework of activities it is organizing to commemorate the Great October Revolution.

The exhibition features stamps depicting the anniversary of the establishment of the USSR, the Red Army, the revolution of 1905, the birth of great revolutionaries and theorists, the huge achievements of the USSR, economic, industrial and agricultural production, the success of Central Planning, health, education, sport and the exploration of space. Other stamps are dedicated to the action of the pioneers, to children, to the unique role of women, the great poets, the writers, the leading scientists of humanity. The exhibition features a display of rare books, Soviet literary magazines as well as Red Army uniforms and decorations.

The event was attended by a large delegation of the CC of the KKE, headed by the General Secretary of KKE, Dimitris Koutsoumpas. While being guided around the exhibition he remarked: "This trip into history, on the occasion of the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the October Revolution, arms us with a new force to deal with the bleak present of capitalist barbarism and, above all, to look with historical optimism towards the socialist future of mankind. Many people, especially the youth, must come and see this exhibition of stamps, documents and posters. We are issuing an open invitation to all, on the occasion of this inauguration, to fill the streets of Piraeus with people lining up to seethis exhibition.”




Exhibition of soviet stamps