Rabochii

Rabochii

 

(The Worker). (1) The first Russian Social Democratic newspaper, published in 1885 in St. Petersburg by the Party of Russian Social Democrats. Two issues appeared, and the circulation varied from 200 to 300 copies. Rabochii was founded by D. Blagoev; the staff members were N. Borodin, A. A. Gerasimov, P. A. Latyshev, and V. G. Kharitonov. The second issue printed G. V. Plekhanov’s article “Tasks of Russian Workers Today.” The newspaper was distributed in St. Petersburg, Moscow, Odessa, Kiev, Kharkov, Kazan, Samara, and elsewhere. The newspaper’s printing press was destroyed when Blagoev was arrested.

REFERENCE

Russkaia periodicheskaia pechat’ (1702–1894): Spravochnik. Moscow, 1959.
(2) An illegal newspaper of the Central Committee of the RSDLP, published in Moscow according to a decree of the Third Congress of the party from early August through Oct. 25 (Nov. 7), 1905; four issues appeared. The second issue was published twice, in August and September, with different texts. Rabochii was printed in a clandestine printing shop of the Central Committee of the RSDLP located on Lesnaia Street. The circulation reached 8,000 copies. The editorial board included A. A. Bogdanov and V. L. Shantser (Marat). The September edition of the second issue printed V. I. Lenin’s address “From the Editorial Board of the Central Organ of the RSDLP.” All four issues printed M. Gorky’s articles “Letters to Workers,” under the pseudonym Tretii.

REFERENCES

Lenin, V. I. Poln. sobr. soch., 5th ed., vol. 47.
Bol’shevistskaia pechat’: Sb. materialov, fasc. 2. Moscow, 1960.
References in periodicals archive ?
14) "Echo Ingushskih Sobityi," Groznenskii Rabochii, July 29, 2004.
The Magnitogorskii rabochii editorial for July 31, 1945 was one of the many articles that urged local officials to have attentive attitudes and compassion toward the needy.
Evreiskii rabochii v kommunisticheskom dvizhenii 1917-1921 gg.
Odoevskii, Poslednii kvartet Betkhovena: Povesti, rasskazy, ocherki, Odoevskii v zhizni (Moscow: Moskovskii rabochii, 1987), 341.
Leibovich, "Rabochie, 'Spetsy,' Partiitsy," Rabochii klass i sovremennyi mir 6 (1990): 107.
13) To pronounce negative judgement on Semen Timoshenko's film Napoleon-Gaz, a verdict which appeared in published form in Rabochii i teatr [Worker and Theatre], 50 (1925), 23; cited from Tsiv'ian and Toddes, 'Ne kinogramota, a kinokul'tura', pp.
In 1876, Korf founded the "Society for the Encouragement of Spiritual and Ethical Reading" that published a wide variety of religious books and brochures, as well as Russkii rabochii [Russian Worker], a weekly newspaper aimed at a popular audience.
Mikhailov, Tsifry rasskazyvaiut o Moskve (Moscow: Moskovskii rabochii, 1967), p.
Plekhanov, `Russkii rabochii v revoliutsionnom dvizhenii' [The Russian Worker in the Revolutionary Movement], G.
President of the Republic of Azerbaijan," Bakinskii rabochii, October 12, 1993, p.
To counter this opposition, a group of women writers of the "mute generation" (those born in the decade after World War Two who refused to publish or were denied publication during the Brezhnev "stagnation") banded together to bring out two anthologies: Ne pomniashchaia zla ("She Who Bears No Ill"), edited by Larisa Vaneeva (Moskovskii Rabochii, 1990) and Novye amazonki ("The New Amazons"), edited by Svetlana Vasilenko (Moskovskii Rabochii, 1991).
80) In addition to Sovetskii Sakhalin, a number of other newspapers were published on Sakhalin, among them Shin seimei, Koreiskii rabochii (in Korean), Krasnoe znarnia, Molodaia gvardiia, and local newspapers in smaller towns.