Hồ Chi Minh / Uncle Hồ. Original lithograph portrait of Hồ Chi Minh / Uncle Hồ by DPA Agency is a rare 1st edition print. Published by PPP – Populäre Propaganda Presse in the late 1960’s in Germany. The last exemplares saved from the original stock of this rare poster in great condition. Be fast to catch one of the most impressing, timeless photographic portraits. A statement for your office, a niche at home, in a store, or even a holy rest room. A portrait that will not be waiting a long time to find the perfect spot and honorably decorate a prominent wall.
PPP – Populäre Propaganda Presse. PPP was a small creative poster venture coming out of Munich, and Düsseldorf in Germany. Indeed PPP was a german poster pioneer in music, political pop, erotic, lithography poster-art print, distribution, and publishing during the sixties and seventies.
Hồ Chi Minh in Newhaven: From pastry chef in East Sussex to patriotic leader of Vietnam. Ho Chi Minh worked as a pastry chef on the Newhaven-Dieppe ferry in the years following the First World War. He has been credited with helping his country break free of its colonial masters and criticised for his part in a conflict that killed a million of his compatriots. But one thing the former Vietnamese Communist leader Ho Chi Minh is rarely celebrated for is his role as a pastry chef in East Sussex. Ho Chi Minh whose name means “bringer of light”. The influential leader of North Vietnam who also worked in London and Paris, where he co-founded the French Communist party before returning to his native Vietnam in 1923 – formed his political beliefs while travelling in Europe, including a brief spell in Moscow at Comintern, an organisation created by Lenin to promote worldwide revolution. (taken from the independent)
This Lithograph is category A+. It still may have tiny irritations (the beauty of original vintage), which can be seen on the high res. pop-up image of the product.