Newspapers published in the Soviet Union

2017-07-29T04:19:24+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Azadliq (newspaper), Pavlovo-Posadskiye izvestiya, Pravda, Izvestia, Khurzarin, Literaturnaya Gazeta, Tribuna, Taymyr (newspaper), Moskovskiye Novosti, Kurier Wileński, Kyzyl Tan, Argumenty i Fakty, Udmurt dunne, Şərq Qapısı, Moskovskij Komsomolets, Khypar, Kyym, Vechernyaya Moskva, Abazashta, Ræstdzinad, Buryad Unen, Vatanym Tatarstan, Groznensky Rabochy, Dagestankaya Pravda, Erkin Qaraqalpaqstan, Trud (Russian newspaper), Karjalan Sanomat, Sovetsky Sport, Ria Taza (newspaper), Noorte Hääl, Sovetskaya Rossiya, Lenins Weg, Nachrichten, Altaydyn cholmony, Komsomolskaya Pravda, Yoldash, Moskovskaya Pravda, Lezgi Gazet, Krasnaya Zvezda, Golos Truda, Lenina Bayrah, Adyge mak', Kultura (newspaper), Kauno diena, Hakikat, Printed media in the Soviet Union, Stimme des Stoßbrigadlers, Deutsche Zentral-Zeitung, Rote Jugend, Der Landmann flashcards Newspapers published in the Soviet Union
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  • Azadliq (newspaper)
    Azadliq (Azerbaijani: Azadlıq) a daily political newspaper, one of the most popular newspapers in Azerbaijan.
  • Pavlovo-Posadskiye izvestiya
    Pavlovo-Posadskiye izvestiya (Russian: Павлово-Посадские известия) is a regional weekly newspaper based in Pavlovsky Posad.
  • Pravda
    Pravda (Russian: Правда; IPA: [ˈpravdə] , "Truth") is a Russian broadsheet newspaper, formerly the official newspaper of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, when it was one of the most influential papers in the country with a circulation of 11 million.
  • Izvestia
    Izvestia (Russian: Известия; IPA: [ɪzˈvʲesʲtʲɪjə]) is a long-running high-circulation daily broadsheet newspaper in Russia.
  • Khurzarin
    Khurzarin (Ossetian: Хурзæрин, Dawn) is the main Ossetian language newspaper of South Ossetia.
  • Literaturnaya Gazeta
    Literaturnaya Gazeta (Literary Newspaper, Russian: Литературная газета) is a weekly cultural and political newspaper published in Russia and Soviet Union.
  • Tribuna
    Tribuna (Russian: Трибуна) is a weekly Russian newspaper that focuses largely on industry and the energy sector, published from 1969.
  • Taymyr (newspaper)
    Taymyr (Russian: Таймыр) is a newspaper published in the Taymyrsky Dolgano-Nenetsky District of Krasnoyarsk Krai of the Russian Federation, published three times a week.
  • Moskovskiye Novosti
    Moskovskiye Novosti (Russian: Московские новости, Moscow News) was a Russian-language daily newspaper in Russia relaunched in 2011.
  • Kurier Wileński
    Kurier Wileński (literally: Vilnian Courier) is the main Polish-language newspaper in Lithuania.
  • Kyzyl Tan
    Kyzyl Tan (Tatar: Кызыл таң, lit. Red Dawn) is a Tatar language newspaper published in Bashkortostan.
  • Argumenty i Fakty
    Argumenty i Fakty (Russian: Аргументы и факты, commonly abbreviated "АиФ" and translated as Arguments and Facts) is a weekly newspaper based in Moscow and a publishing house in Russia and worldwide.
  • Udmurt dunne
    Udmurt Dunne (Udmurt: Удмурт дунне, The Udmurt World) is the main Udmurt language newspaper.
  • Şərq Qapısı
    Sharg Gapisi (Azerbaijani: Şərq Qapısı) is an Azerbaijani language newspaper published in the Nakhichivan Autonomous Republic in Azerbaijan.
  • Moskovskij Komsomolets
    Moskovskij Komsomolets (Russian: Московский комсомолец, "Moscow Komsomolets") is a Moscow-based daily newspaper with a circulation approaching one million, covering general news.
  • Khypar
    Khypar (Chuvash: Хыпар, lit. News) is a Chuvash language newspaper.
  • Kyym
    Kyym (Yakut: Кыым, Spark) is the main Yakut language newspaper, published in Yakutsk five times a week.
  • Vechernyaya Moskva
    Vechernyaya Moskva (Russian: Вечерняя Москва, literally Evening Moscow) is a Russian local daily newspaper published in Moscow since 6 December 1923 daily (except Saturday and Sunday).
  • Abazashta
    Abazashta (Abaza: Абазашта) is the only newspaper (and mass medium in general) published in the Azabin language in the Karachay–Cherkess Republic of the Russian Federation.
  • Ræstdzinad
    Ræstdzinad (Ossetian: Рæстдзинад; Truth) is an Ossetian language daily newspaper (excluding Sunday and Monday) published in Vladikavkaz, Russia, since March 14, 1923.
  • Buryad Unen
    Buryad Unen (Buryat: Буряад үнэн, "The Buryat Truth") is the main newspaper in the Buryat language, published in Ulan-Ude.
  • Vatanym Tatarstan
    Vatanym Tatarstan (Tatar: Ватаным Татарстан, Our Homeland Tatarstan) is the main Tatar language newspaper, published in Kazan.
  • Groznensky Rabochy
    Groznensky Rabochy was a Russian weekly newspaper based in Grozny, Chechnya from 1917 to 1992, and from 1994 to 2001.
  • Dagestankaya Pravda
    Dagestanskaya Pravda (Russian: Дагестанская правда, Dagestani Truth) is the main Russian language newspaper of Dagestan.
  • Erkin Qaraqalpaqstan
    Erkin Qaraqalpaqstan (Karakalpak: Еркин Қарақалпақстан, Free Karakalpakstan) is the main Karakalpak language newspaper, published in Uzbekistan.
  • Trud (Russian newspaper)
    Trud (Russian: Труд, English: Labor) is a Russian newspaper.
  • Karjalan Sanomat
    Karjalan Sanomat (Karelian News) is a Finnish language newspaper from the Republic of Karelia, published in Petrozavodsk.
  • Sovetsky Sport
    Sovetsky Sport (Russian: Советский спорт; English: Soviet Sports) is a Russian (formerly Soviet) national daily sports newspaper.
  • Ria Taza (newspaper)
    Rya Teze ('New Path'), formerly written as Rja Ţəzə and Р’йа т'әзә (in Cyrillic script), was a Kurdish language newspaper published from Yerevan, Armenia.
  • Noorte Hääl
    Noorte Hääl (meaning Voice of Youth in English) was a daily newspaper published in Estonia.
  • Sovetskaya Rossiya
    Sovetskaya Rossiya (Russian: Советская Россия, Soviet Russia) is a political newspaper in Russia.
  • Lenins Weg
    Lenins Weg ('Path of Lenin') was a German-language newspaper published in Soviet Azerbaijan.
  • Nachrichten
    Nachrichten ('News') was a Volga German communist newspaper, published between 1918 and 1941.
  • Altaydyn cholmony
    Altaydyn Cholmony (Altai: Алтайдыҥ чолмоны, lit. Star of Altai) is the main Altai language newspaper of the Altai Republic.
  • Komsomolskaya Pravda
    Komsomolskaya Pravda (Russian: Комсомо́льская пра́вда; lit. "Komsomol Truth") is a daily Russian tabloid newspaper, founded on 13 March 1925.
  • Yoldash
    Yoldash (Kumyk: Ёлдаш; lit. Comrade) is the main Kumyk language newspaper in Dagestan, Russia.
  • Moskovskaya Pravda
    Moskovskaya pravda (Russian: Московская правда, "Moscow Truth", in the transliteration system used by the Library of Congress spelled "Moskovskaia pravda"), is a leading daily morning newspaper of Russia, and formerly of the Soviet Union.
  • Lezgi Gazet
    Lezgi Gazet (Lezgian: Лезги газет, Russian: Лезгинская газета) is a Lezgin-language newspaper published in Dagestan, Russia, first established in the early days of the Soviet Union.
  • Krasnaya Zvezda
    Krasnaya Zvezda (Russian: Кра́сная звезда́, literally "Red Star") is an official newspaper of Soviet and later Russian Ministry of Defence.
  • Golos Truda
    Golos Truda (Russian: Голос Труда English: The Voice of Labour) was a Russian-language anarcho-syndicalist newspaper.
  • Lenina Bayrah
    Lenina Bayrah ('Lenin's Banner'), a Dargin language newspaper in Dagestan ASSR, Soviet Union.
  • Adyge mak'
    Adyge mak' (Adyghe: Адыгэ макъ [aːdəɣa maːq], lit. The Adyghe Voice is the main Adyghe language newspaper. It is the successor of the Soviet era Социалистическэ Адыгей (Socialist Adyghea). It is published five times a week. It was printed in the Arab alphabet until 1927, Latin until 1938, and Cyrillic since. It was printed in Krasnodar until 1936.
  • Kultura (newspaper)
    Kultura (Russian: «Культура»; lit. Culture), known as Sovetskaya Kultura («Советская культура») during the Soviet times, is a Russian newspaper, based in Moscow.
  • Kauno diena
    Kauno diena (English: Kaunas Daily) is a Lithuanian daily newspaper, printed in Kaunas.
  • Hakikat
    Hakikat (Avar: XӀакъикъат, lit. Truth) is the main Avar language newspaper, published in Dagestan.
  • Printed media in the Soviet Union
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  • Stimme des Stoßbrigadlers
    Stimme des Stoßbrigadlers ('Voice of the Strike Force') was a Volga German communist newspaper, published from Krasny Kut between 1932 and 1937.
  • Deutsche Zentral-Zeitung
    The Deutsche Zentral Zeitung (German Central Newspaper) was the German-language newspaper published in Moscow by the German-speaking section of the Communist International.
  • Rote Jugend
    Rote Jugend ('Red Youth') was a Volga German communist newspaper.
  • Der Landmann
    Der Landmann ('The Farmer') was a German-language weekly newspaper.