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防空常識挂图.[Fang kong chang shi gua tu].[Chinese Propaganda Poster Set (Incomplete) - Air Defence Common Knowledge].
[北京].[Beijing]. No publication details. (circa1970). Coloured Chinese Air Defence poster incomplete set consisting of 9 posters, each poster is numbered. The set includes poster numbers 4, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, and 16. These posters are in secondhand condition. The posters show some creasing with a number of small tears particularly at margins, some mending on reverse with tape. Two posters are considerably torn at margin affecting the image slightly in one case. There is some browning and staining and there is considerable annotation on the reverse of poster number 8. Text in Chinese. Sheets measure appoximately 53.9 x 77.9cm. Poster no. 4 depicts 9 images of different types of simple air defence shelters (trenches, caves, etc.). Brief descriptions of each type of shelter are provided below the images. Three images in the lower section suggest that when selecting the site for air defence shelters one should not build too close to buildings, flammables and electric wire.Poster no. 8 includes 9 images showing the alternative shelters when air raids happen and no nearby air defence shelter available. Alteratives suggested include basements, beneath a bridge, the corner of a wall and under solid staircases as good alternative shelters.Poster no. 10 shows 3 methods to use to fire at enemy aeroplanes each with detailed instructions. The speed and size of the aeroplane, and shooting angles and distance are all taken into consideration. A chart in the centre gives the calculations required to be prepared in advance to successfully shoot down an aeroplane. The calculations require taking into account the plane's size and distance.Poster no. 11 includes 3 images to demonstrate methods to fire at enemy paratroopers with detailed instructions. A chart in the centre gives the calculations for advance preparation taking into account the person's height and distance from the invading paratroopers.Poster no. 12 depicts 5 images showing various anti-aircraft firing positions. They are: a position where a single person lifts and stabilises the rifle while the other person aims; position aided by fortification; position aided by tree branches; position aided by walls; and kneeling position.Poster no. 13 is illustrated with 5 images showing two squads (rifle shooting squad and machine gun shooting squad) who are in charge of the anti-aircraft placement and three main targeted aircrafts (bomber, military cargo aircraft and helicopter) to shoot.Poster no. 14 shows 10 images of self-rescue and first aid for other people after air raids with detailed instructions. Self-rescue actions featured are emergency bleeding control and fire evacuation; first aid treatment introduced are treatment for bone rapture, CPR and transport the wounded.Poster no. 15 depicts 5 images demonstrating methods to extinguish fire bombs. Methods include: burying or covering the burning objects with sand and soil; covering the burning objects with soaking wet quilts or sack bag; throwing the burning objects into water containers with iron shovel; and using a fire extinguisher (extinguishing powder) or carbon nitride.Poster no. 16 includes 6 images showing plans and actions of rescue, urgent repair, and maintance of law and order with detailed instructions. It suggests: to report to the relevant government agency and evacuate nearby civilians when unexploded bombs are discovered; during air strikes, lay down perimeters around shops to prevent from looting; to restore transportation by clearing roads immediately after air raids; to urgently repair damaged electric wires and water pipes; it gives the major patrol sites as the factory, shops, warehouses, dams, bridges and power station, and urges the viewer to arrest suspects if necessary; to put out fire immediately and to make sure the safety of the civilians is paramount.中國人民解放軍總參謀部動員部[Mobilization Division of People's Liberation Army General Staff Department] was first formed in 1954 and later joined with 中国人民解放军总参谋部军务部 [Military Division of People's Liberation Army General Staff Department] to form a joint division in 1969. The Division returned to its original name in 1975. (When referring to this item please quote stockid 158580).
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