No publication details. (circa1966). Stock ID #157463
Large Chinese Cultural Revolution Papercut on red paper with paper backing, featuring five happy peasants in the field, one woman carries a board saying a well quoted slogan, "备战、备荒、为人民" [Be prepared against war; be prepared against natural disasters; and do everything for the people], from Mao before and during Cultural Revolution. Upper section features Mao's head and collar portrait, the sun with its bold rays extending behind him.
Excellent condition. Blocks of text in Chinese, papercut measures 72 x 49.3cm. On August 23rd 1965 during the meetings for organising The Third Plan of Five-year Plans of China (1966-1970), Premier Zhou Enlai concluded the important ideas raised by Mao Zedong to three crucial points, "Be prepared against war; be prepared against natural disasters; and do everything for the people". The slogan was regarded as one of the most frequent quoted slogans during the Cultural Revolution.
Lower margin text reads, "Dazhai will Make Great Contributions to All Human Beings". (When referring to this item please quote stockid 157463).