Rubricator / Literature. Mass Media.
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Periodical press. Till 1917 the periodical press was not developed good in the St. Petersburg Gubernia. The newspaper "Cankt Peterburgskiye vedomosti" ("The St. Petersburg Bulletin", 1838-1916) and the weekly magazine "Sankt Peterburgsky dukhovny... more

Pleshcheyev, Aleksey Nikolayevich (1825-1893), a writer
Pleshcheyev, Aleksey Nikolayevich (1825-1893), a writer. He attended the Military School of Life Guard Warrant Officers and Cavalry Cadets from 1849 till 1842 and the History and Philological Faculty of the St. Petersburg University during... more

"Pobeda kresta" ("The Victory of Cross"), a magazine

Polonsky, Yakov Petrovich (1819-1898), a writer
Polonsky, Yakov Petrovich (1819-1898), a writer, Corresponding Member of the St. Petersburg Academy of Sciences (1886). Polonsky graduated from the Moscow University Faculty of Law in 1844. He served in Odessa and Tiflis at Governor-General M.S.... more

Pomyalovsky, Nikolay Gerasimovich (1835-1863), a writer
Pomyalovsky, Nikolay Gerasimovich (1835-1863), a writer. Pomyalovsky attended the Alexander Nevski Religious School during 1843-1851 and the St. Petersburg Theological Seminary during 1851-1857, lectures at the St. Petersburg Universite. From 1860... more

"Pravoslavnaya Luga" ("Orthodox Luga Town"), a newspaper

"Pravoslavny Finlyandsky sbornik" ("Orthodox Finland Collection"), a magazine

"Primorsky parus" ("Primorsk Sail"), TV company

"Prinevsky Krai", a newspaper
"Prinevsky Kray" ("Lands Near the River Neva"), a newspaper of the North-West Army of General N.N. Yudenich. The newspaper was an agitational and propagandistic anti-Bolshevistic edition that was destined for the civilian population in the... more

Prishvin, Mikhail Mikhaylovich (1873-1954), a writer
Prishvin, Mikhail Mikhaylovich (1873-1954), a writer. Prishvin graduated from the Leipzig University Philosophic Faculty agronomical department in 1902. He worked as an agronomist, he wrote books on agriculture. Prishvin travelled in Karelia, the... more

"Priyezzhy" ("Visiting Person"), a magazine

Prokofyev, Aleksandr Andreyevich (1900-1971), a poet
Alexandr Andreyevich Prokofyev (1900-1971),poet, Hero of Socialist Labour(1970).Не was born in Kobona village, Saint Petersburg's Gubernia in a family of Ladozhsky fisherman-peasant. He didn't get formal education.A member of Petrograd's defence... more

Pulkin, Vasily Andreyevich (1923-1985), a literary man
Pulkin, Vasily Andreyevich (1923, Nyurgovichi village of the Lukinskaya volost, the Tikhvin uyezd, the Cherepovetsk gubernia (now it is the Tikhvin district of the Leningrad oblast) - 1985), a writer, teacher. V.A. Pulkin graduated from the factory... more

Pushkin, Aleksandr Sergeyevich (1799-1837), a poet
Pushkin, Aleksandr Sergeyevich (1799-1837), a poet, prosaist, playwright, journalist, historian. Representatives of the Pushkins family Novgorodian branch lived in the Vod lands from the end of the 15th century till the beginning of the 17th... more

"Rabocheye slovo" ("Worker's Word"), a newspaper

"Radio Extreme", an amateur radio station

"Radio Kuzmolovo" ("Nezavisimoye radio") ("The Radio of Kuzmolovo" ("Independent Newspaper")), a radio station

Radio, the
RADIO.Broadcasting from Saint Petersburg, where it first began, expanded their services into the territory of modern Leningrad oblast with the establishment of high-powered transmitting devices.Regular broadcasts have begun since the beginning of... more

Radishchev, Aleksandr Nikolayevich (1749–1802), a literary man
Radishchev, Aleksandr Nikolayevich (1749–1802), a writer, philosopher, court councillor (1780). He learned at the St. Petersburg Corps of Pages (1762–66), and at the Leipzig University (1767-1771). He served as a registering clerk of the Senate... more

Rakhkonen, Aleksandr (1841-1877), a literary man
Rahkonen, Aleksandr (1841, Ykspaa settlement of the Vyborg Gubernia; now it is Seleznyevo settlement -1877, Vyborg Town), a writer, teacher. Rahkonen was born in the family of a miller. After the father's death, in 1849 the moved into Vyborg Town.... more

Rubakin, Nikolay Aleksandrovich (1862-1946), a literary man, scholar
Rubakin, Nikolay Aleksandrovich (1862-1946), an enlightener, bibliographer. He was born in Oraniyenbaum (Now it is Lomonosov Town). Rubakin graduated from the St. Petersburg University Physics - mathematics Faculty. He participated in a... more

Rubtsov, Nikoly Mikhaylovich (1936-1971), a poet
Rubtsov, Nikoly Mikhaylovich (1936-1971), a poet. Rubtsov was brought up at the children's home in Nikolskoye village of the Vologda Oblast from 1943 till 1950. He attended at the M. Gorky Literature Institute from 1962 but did not graduated from... more

Ryleyev, Kondraty Fyodorovich (1795-1826), a social and political figure, literary man
Ryleyev, Kondraty Fyodorovich (1795-1826), a poet, decembrist. Ryleyev graduated from the First Cadet Corps in St. Petersburg in 1814. He was a member of foreign campaigns of 1813-1815, a junior lieutenant. In 1818 after retiting Ryleyev moved into... more

"S.-Peterburgsky dukhovny vestnik" ("Saint Peterburg Ecclesiastical Bulletin"), a magazine

Saltykov-Shchedrin, Mikhail Yefgrafovich (1826 – 1889), a writer
Saltykov-Shchedrin, Mikhail Yefgrafovich (the real name was Saltikov; 1826 – 1889), a writer. Saltykov-Shchedrin graduated from the Alexander Lycee. He served at the Ministry of Defence Office. After the publication of the story "Zaputannoye delo"... more

"Selskaya Nov" ("Country Virgin Soil"), a newspaper
"Selskaya Nov" ("Country Virgin Soil"; Volosovo settlement, 20 Krasnogvardeyskaya Street), a social and political newspaper of the Volosovo District. The newspaper was founded on May 1, 1931 as the organ of the District Committee of the Communist... more

"Severnaya kommuna" ("Northern Commune"), a newspaper

Shelgunov, Nikolay Vasilyevich (1824-1891), a literary man
Shelgunov, Nikolay Vasilyevich (1824-1891), a forest engineer, critic, publicist. He was educated at the Tsarskoye Selo Alexander Military School, graduated from the St. Petersburg Forestry Institute in 1841. During 1841-1862 Shelgunov served at the... more

"Slantsevskaya tipografiya" ("Slantsi Printing House"), GP (a state enterprise)

"Snark", a book lovers club

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