MIA: Encyclopedia of Marxism: Glossary of Periodicals



Frankfurter Zeitung und Handelsblatt

The “Frankurt Gazette and Commerical Sheet” was a bourgeois financial daily published from 1856 (under this name from 1866) to 1943. The paper resumed publication in 1949 under the title of the Frankfurter Ailgemeine Zeitung, in West Germany.


Free Russian Printing House

Printed the newspaper Kolokol. Founded by Alexander Herzen, the printing house was located in London until 1865, when it moved to Geneva. In 1869 the House printed the first Russian edition of the Manifesto of the Communist Party, translated by Bakunin.


Freiheit, Die (Freedom)

A daily newspaper, the organ of the Independent Social-Democratic Party of Germany , published in Berlin from November 1918 to October 1922. When the Independent Social Democratic Party of Germany dissolved, publication of the newspaper ceased.