Ny Dag

Ny Dag

 

(New Day), a Swedish newspaper. Ny Dag is the central organ of the Left Party (Communists). It was founded in 1930 and is published in Stockholm. Ny Dag publishes articles on current problems of Sweden’s social and political life and the international labor and national liberation movements. The newspaper advocates the strengthening of friendly relations with the USSR and other socialist countries. Circulation, 31,000 (1973). In 1974, Ny Dag merged with the Goteborg newspaper Arbetartidningen (Workers’ Paper), which was founded in 1920. The newspaper was renamed Arbetartidningen-Ny Dag. [18–500–1; updated]

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In Ny Dag, on 6 June 1935, Linderot looked self-critically at the party's previous clumsy attempts at establishing connections with SAP: 'Our organisations are sending letters of invitation to organisations within the social democratic party.
(92) Ny Dag also wrote enthusiastically about the Winter War, picturing the war against Mannerheim's troops as a revolutionary war fought by the Soviet Union.
It prevented six papers from being distributed by rail, post or any other form of public transport: the communist Ny Dag, Norrskensflamman, Sydsvenska Kuriren, and Arbetar-Tidningen, Nerman's independent Trots Allt!