Antireligioznik

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Antireligioznik

 

a journal of scientific methods of anti-religious propaganda; organ of the Central Council of the Union of Militant Atheists of the USSR; published in Moscow from 1926 until June 1941. Antireligioznik covered the methods of antireligious propaganda in the USSR and abroad and featured articles on the history of religion and atheism, as well as material on methods for agitators and propagandists. Since 1960 it has been replaced by the journal Nauka i religiia (Science and Religion).

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References in periodicals archive ?
"O materializme i ateizme v drevney Indii"/On Materialism and Atheism in Ancient India/, Antireligioznik, (1940), 12, 33-37