PERIODICALS OF THE RUSSIAN LIBERATION COMMITTEE IN ENGLAND (1919 - 1921)

Author(s): 
List of sections: 
General history (of the relevant period)
Mounth / Year: 
2014, October
Issue of the journal: 
4
Pages: 
42-43
Type of the article: 
Scientific article
Abstract: 

The Russian Liberation Committee organized in London in 1919 had the purpose to inform the western society about the events taking place in Russia. The Committee managed to receive the latest news from Russia and spread them among the British by publishing several periodicals in English. However, publishing Russian periodicals in London appeared to be a complicated task.

Keywords: 
The Russian Liberation Committee, Russian periodicals in England, «The New Russia» journal, Russian ?migr? in London.
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