The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine has published Easter cards of the last century.
They were made by unknown artists and distributed illegally.
About reported in the press service of the General Staff of the Armed Forces.
Holiday cards and postcards were related to the UPR, UGA, UPA and the Armed Forces. The works were written by unknown authors and distributed illegally in order to defeat the Russian enemy.
“The task of our generation is that in the 22nd century our descendants, analyzing the 21st century, through the prism of visual art could see the victory of Ukraine over the Russian enemy, engraved in thousands of works and decades of successful Euro-Atlantic life of the Ukrainian people,” said the press service. ZSU.
By the way, several postcards still had authors. For example, “Easter Postcard”, which was released in the Displaced Persons camps, was written by Ukrainian artist Edward Kozak. He spent most of his life far from his native land.
In another leaflet “The Cossack and the Girl” the author Mykola Bytynsky is a centurion of the Army of the Ukrainian People’s Republic. It depicts a girl in national dress and a lieutenant of the 1st Cavalry Regiment of the Black Cossacks.
It will be recalled that the Russian occupiers fired at Chuguiv on Easter.