By Ivan Kharkevich
Leningrad artist Ivan Kharkevich's entrance Album is a different ancient and inventive rfile of the second one global conflict. Kharkevich has amassed crucial examples of the pink Army's "weapon of counterpropaganda" - his drawings and photomontages for newspapers, leaflets and different Agitprop, together with prints and drafts of various anti-war propaganda posters from 1941-1945. The compilation is the 1st replica of Kharkevich's wartime paintings in one paintings. The e-book opens with a quick memoir Kharkevich wrote in Seventies describing his warfare years.
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Conglomerate with quartz and chert pebbles lies with a sharp angular unconformity on Proterozoic or Lower Paleozoic schist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–2 m Fusulinids recovered from beds 5 and 6 include Staffella aff. S. , Minojapanella (Wutuella) wutuensis (Kuo), Yangchienia tobleri Thompson, Skinnerella multiseptata crassispira Leven, Laosella gigantea (Deprat), Eopolydiexodina (Eopolydiexodina) afghanensis (Thompson), Verbeekina (Paraverbeekina) pontica (Miklukho-Maclay), Afghanella schencki Thompson, and Pseudodoliolina ozawai Yabe and Hanzawa.
25 m 3. Dark-gray siltstone, argillite and sandstone; indeterminable brachiopods occur at the base . . . . . . . . . . . 80 m 2. Siltstone and sandstone resembling the subjacent beds but dominated by siltstone . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120 m Because the contact with the underlying rocks is gradational, unit 2 generally is assigned to the Carboniferous. 1. Light-colored, quartzose sandstone with dark-colored siltstone interbeds; a thin conglomerate bed marks its base.
The sequence observed from top to bottom is as follows: Thickness (m) 7. Dolomitic limestone . . . . . . hundreds of meters thick 6. Thick-bedded, light-gray limestone with chert nodules. , Nankinella inflata (Colani), Staffella cf. S. , Pseudofusulina ex gr. nupera Leven, Chusenella aff. C. alpina Kochansky-Devidé and Ramovß, C. schwageriniformis Sheng, Cancellina (Cancellina) sethaputi (Kanmera and Toriyama), C. ) pamirica Leven, Armenina asiatica Leven (loc. 12b). . . . . . . . >100 m These fusulinids are typical of the Cancellina cutalensis zone of the Kubergandian Stage, but they also may occur at the base of the Murgabian.
A Weapon Of Couterpropaganda Oruzhie Kontrpropagandy by Ivan Kharkevich