Golos emigranta (The Émigré Voice), no. 2, 1 June 1921, Berlin

Description

By 1921, the anti-Bolshevik White armies had conceded defeat to the Red Army and many of their supporters had fled Russia for destinations including Europe and the US. Émigré publications continued to exist, however their focus shifted towards preserving Russian culture and the experience of émigré communities. One such publication was Golos emigranta (The Émigré Voice). Published in Berlin from 1921, the journal was distributed to Russian émigrés across the world.

Full title:
Golos emigranta (Die Stimme des Emigranten): Zhurnal, posviashchennyii kulʹturnym, pravovym i ekonomicheskim interesam russkoii emigratsii (The Émigré Voice: A magazine devoted to the cultural, legal and economic interests of Russian émigrés)
Published:
1921, Berlin
Created:
1921
Format:
Journal
Language:
Russian
Usage terms
Public Domain
Held by
British Library
Shelfmark:
P.P.3554.NCK.(1.)

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