Katorga i Ssylka

Katorga i Ssylka

 

(Hard Labor and Exile), a journal devoted to the history of the revolution and the organ of the All-Union Society of Former Political Prisoners and Exiles. In all there were 116 issues, published in Moscow between 1921 and 1935. The journal had sections dealing with the history of the revolutionary movement in Russia and with hard labor, prison, exile, and emigration, as well as obituaries, bibliographies, and news items. The journal published scholarly articles, memoirs, and archival materials. Among its contributors were B. Kun, D. Z. ManuiFskii, A. M. Kollontai, Em. Iaroslavskii, and other prominent members of the Bolshevik party and the international communist movement, and the historians Iu. V. Got’e, N. M. Druzhinin, B. P. Koz’min, M. V. Nechkina, A. E. Presniakov, and E. V. Tarle. The journal was edited by V. D. Vilenskii (Sibiriakov) from 1923 to 1927, by F. Ia. Kon between 1927 and 1929, and by I. A. Teodorovich from 1929 to 1935.

REFERENCE

Kan tor, R. M. “Katorga i ssylka” za desiat’ let (1921–30): Sistematiches-ki-predmetnyi ukazatel’. Moscow, 1931.
References in periodicals archive ?
(7) NICHKINA, M.V.: "Revoliutsiia na podobie ispanskoi", Katorga i ssylka, no.
(25) See also "Iz vospominanii o zhenskoi katorge," Katorga i ssylka, no.
Rozanov, "V Smolenske," Katorga i ssylka 3/52 (1929), 157-158.