This poster is about the Polish and German Intervention in Russia and Ukraine in the aftermath of the Russian Revolution.
Artist: Dmitrii Moor.
Publisher: Лит.-изд. Отд. Полит. Упр. РВСР
Artist: Aleksei Radakov.
On December 26, 1919, under the most difficult conditions of the Civil War, intervention, devastation and famine, the Council of People's Commissars issued a 9-point decree signed by Lenin on the elimination of illiteracy in the RSFSR. The decree ruled that "the entire population of the Republic aged 8-50 years, who can not read and write, must learn to read and write in native or Russian language at will." The state received the right "to attract to the education of illiterates by way of labor service all the literate population of the country, not called up for troops, with payment of their labor according to the norms of educators". The working day was reduced by 2 hours for those who learned to read and write with the same wages for the whole period of study.
The translation of the title of this poster is as follows, "Workers of all countries unite. Long live the international army of labor! Only commanders from the people will lead the Red Army to victory!"
ABC of the Red Army. Wrote and painted by D. Moore. Moscow, GIZ, Military Literature Department under the Revolutionary Military Council of the Republic, 1921.  p. With illustrations. In the publishing illustrated the cover of the drawing by D. Moore. 24,1x17,1 cm. The circulation is 5000 copies. Covers and illustrations - chromolithographies
Artist: Голенкина Алиса Рудольфовна?
This iconographic style of an early Soviet poster is attributed as the one with an unknown author. However, stylistically this piece seems to be close to the creation of Alisa R. Golenkina.
Artist / Illustrator: V A. Milashevskiĭ.
The portrait of the author- Babel' by Milashevskii.
Babelʹ, I, M Gorshman, and V A. Milashevskiĭ. Konarmii︠a︡. Moskva: Gos. izd-vo khudozhestvennoĭ literatury, 1933. Print.