Griboedov, ego zhizn' i gibel' v memuarakh sovremennikov (Leningrad: Krasnaia
gazeta, 1929), 279-80.
The forerunner of Spartak, one of the most successful and popular clubs in Russia, was one of these neighborhood teams, then known as Krasnaia
Okhlopkov's production of Mother in Moscow, characterizing this drama at the Krasnaia
Presnia theatre as "the most advanced production styles of any playhouse [he had] ever seen ...
put guns before butter, while we (the British) put just about everything before guns." (4) In response, the Soviet Defense Ministry's newspaper, "Krasnaia
Zvezda" (Red Star), gave her the nickname: "The Iron Lady." She took delight in the name and it soon became associated with her image.
Stahl her sewing in a "little red bag" (krasnaia
sumochka; 229; XVIII, 241).
(59.) Simonov and Galaktionov were affiliated with Krasnaia
zvezda and Pravda, respectively.
(Neuendorf), Nadezhda (Neuendorf), Krasnaia
Zaria (Neuendorf), Alpha
Source: Russian army newspaper Krasnaia
Zvezda, as reported by , Andrzej Mezynski in Dziennik, 6 September 2007.
61-79), many Russian army officers and the military newspaper Krasnaia
zvezda resent the portrayal of dedovshchina as a mass phenomenon for which the army, not society as a whole, is to blame.