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"Znamya truda" ("The Flag of Labour"), a newspaper

Subject / Literature. Mass Media./Periodicals

"Znamya truda" ("The Flag of Labour") (3 Bank Street, Slantsi Town), a social and political newspaper of the Slantsi District. The newspaper was founded on February 12, 1944, straight away after the liberation of Slantsi Town from German aggressors. The newspaper was the organ of the District Committee of VKP(b) (Communist Party of the Soviet Union (Bolsheviks)) and the Executive Committee of the District Soviet. Till the June of 1944 the newspaper was named "Udarnik Slantsev" ("The Udarnik of Slanrsi Town"). In 1991 the newspaper was re-registered as the organ of the local administration and the work collective. On present days the newspaper founders are the Leningrad Oblast Committee for Information Policy and Telecommunication, the Slantsi District Administration and the editorial board. The newspaper is published two times a week, its circulation is 4.4 thousand copies. The newspaper throws light on the social and political, economic and cultural life of Slantsi Town and District, it publishes the official documents. Six supplements are published for settlements of the district, in which the local municipality's documents are published. There is the local history column "Lyubi I znay svoy kray' ("Love and Know Your Region") that is edited by V.I. Budko. In the 1970s the newspaper chief editor G.G. Mankuni made significant contribution to the professional development of the newspaper.

Ansberg, Olga Nikolayevna

Budko, Vladimir Ivanovich
Mankuni, Georgy Grigoryevich

Leningrad Oblast, the/Slantsi District/Slantsi Town/Bankovskaya Street

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