MIA: Encyclopedia of Marxism: Glossary of Periodicals
Forward : Central organ of the Social-Democratic Party of Galicia and Silesia, published in Cracow beginning 1892. The newspaper supported nationalist ideas.
Narodl Vostoka (Peoples of the East) – a monthy journal, organ of the Council for Propaganda and Guiding the Activities of the Peoples of the East, published by a decision of the First Congress of the Peoples of the East, which was held in Baku from September 1. to September 7, 1920. Only one issue appeared—in October 1920. It came out in Russian, Turkish, Persian and Arabic.
The organ of the R.S.F.S.R. Supreme Economic Council; published from March 1918 to December 1922.
Our Word: A Menshevik daily published in Paris from January 1915 to September 1916.
Our Dawn: A legal monthly of the Mensheviks, published in St. Petersburg from January 1910 to September 1914. The Editor-in-Chief was A. N. Potresov and among its contributors were F. I. Dan and S.O. Tsederbaum. At the beginning of the First World War Nasha Zarya took a social-chauvinist stand.
Our Life: Liberal daily newspaper that appeared in St. Petersburg, with intervals, from November 6 (19), 1904 to July 11(24), 1906.
Our Days: A liberal daily published in St. Petersburg from December 18, 1904 to February 5, 1905. Publication was resumed on December 7, 1905, but only two issues came out.
A French daily published in Paris from 1830 to 1851. It was the organ of moderate bourgeois republicans.