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Nash Put' (newspaper)

Nash Put'
The November 7, 1935, front page of
Nash Put'
Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Publisher V.N. Vasilenko,
G.A. Khoven
Editor Konstantin Rodzaevsky
Founded October 3, 1933
Political alignment Fascist
Language Russian language
Ceased publication July 1, 1943
Headquarters Harbin (Manchukuo),
Shanghai (China)
Circulation 4,000

Nash Put (Russian Fascist Party. Nash Put '​ was published until July 1943.[2] The newspaper promoted Christian Orthodoxy, nationalism and fascism. Estimated circulation was 4,000. The paper was edited by Konstantin Rodzaevsky from 1933 to 1943.[3] There was also a publishing house, "Izdatel'stvo gazety Nash Put '​" (Russian: «Издательство газеты „Наш Путь“», "Publisher of the newspaper Our Way").[4]

References

  1. ^ Periodical Press published in China by Russian emigrants
  2. ^ The Russian Fascists: Tragedy and Farce in Exile, 1925-1945 by John J. Stephan
  3. ^ RFP
  4. ^ Our WayPublisher of the newspaper

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External links

  • Наш путь (Харбин, 1933–1938)
  • Наш путь (Шанхай, 1941–1943)
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