MIA: Encyclopedia of Marxism: Glossary of Periodicals



Vecherneye Vremya

Evening Times: A Black-Hundred daily of the gutter-press type founded by the reactionary publisher A. S. Suvorin. Appeared from November 1911 to November 1917 in St.Petersburg.


Vedomosti Obshchestvennovo Gradonachalstva

ity Administration Recorder: A daily newspaper, official publication of the Petrograd City Administration, appeared from March 8 (21), 1917 as a continuation of Vedornosti Sanktpeterburgskoi Gorodskoi Politisii (St. Petersburg Police Gazette), which was founded in 1839 and repeatedly changed its name. From June 22 (July 5), 1917 the paper assumed the name of Vestnlk Gorodskovo Samoupravleniya (City Self-Government Herald). It fully supported the policy of the Provisional Government. The paper was closed down after the October Revolution.


Vestnik Russkoi Revolutsii

Herald of the Russian Revolution: A journal, one of the main organs of the SR party, published between 1901 and 1905.