A rare poster with an image of the “Big Three” from the Tehran conference, held in the late 1943, was printed in Slovenian language. It was probably distributed by the British soldiers in the
Partisan army bases on the liberated Italian territory.
After the capitulation of Ital, the Allies established Yugoslav partisan army bases, most famous being in Bari, from where this Yugoslav guerrilla movement could easily access Yugoslavia and supply its troops with ammunition and propaganda material. The bases also served as refugee camps and hospitals.
It is possible the poster was printed in Rome or Bari, where the Allies often produced printed material, mostly propaganda, and marked them with false printing locations.
We could not find any institutional copies nor any references to the poster in the literature.