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The subject index / Krasnaya Gazeta (The Red Gazette), newspaper

Krasnaya Gazeta (The Red Gazette), newspaper


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KRASNAYA GAZETA (The Red Gazette), a daily newspaper, at different periods an organ of the central, provincial, city committees of the All-Union Communist Party (of Bolcheviks) and the Petrograd/Leningrad Soviet. It circulated from January 1918 until February 1939. The editorial office was located at Smolny, 76 Fontanka River Embankment, 57 Fontanka River Embankment and other places. In 1918-19 and 1922-36 the periodical also came out as an evening edition (in 1922-23 and 1932-36 - Vechernyaya Krasnaya Gazeta). Throughout different periods journals Chelovek i priroda, Bud zdorov, Dom i khozyaystvo, Na dosuge, Literaturnaya nedelya, Rezets, and some others circulated as its supplements. In the 1920-30s the Krasnaya Panorama, The Red Panorama, Nauka i Tekhnika, Science and Technology, Begemot, journals were also published within the newspaper publishing house. In March 1939 Krasnaya Gazeta merged with the newspaper Leningradskaya Pravda,. In 1931-36 the organ of the Leningrad Regional Soviet, later the Leningrad Regional Trade Union Soviet, newspaper in German Rote Zeitung (Red Gazette) came out.

D. N. Cherdakov.

Addresses
Fontanka River Embankment/Saint Petersburg, city, house 76
Fontanka River Embankment/Saint Petersburg, city, house 57

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