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"Prinevsky Krai", a newspaper

Subject / Literature. Mass Media./Periodicals

"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 occupied territory. The newspaper was published in Gatchina town, the last issues were published in Narva town. The circulation was 307 copies originally and then it became 1000 copies. In the newspaper "Prinevsky Kray" there were propagandistic articles, orders and appeals of the army leaders, reports about army operations, articles on historic topics (mainly they were written by P.N. Krasnov), anti-Bolshevistic slogans and aphorisms. 50 issues (No. 1-50) were published from October 19, 1919 till January, 7, 1920. The editor was P.N. Krasnov, the Head of the agitation department of the Army Headquarters. The first issues of "Prinevsky Kray" (before November 2, 1919) were published under the real direction of A.I. Kuprin who published several articles and essays in the newspaper.

Ansberg, Olga Nikolayevna

Krasnov, Pyotr Nikolayevich
Kuprin, Aleksandr Ivanovich
Yudenich, Nikolay Nikolayevich

Leningrad Oblast, the/Gatchina District/Gatchina Town
Neighbouring Territories/Narva City

Куприн А.И. Голос оттуда: 1919–1943. М., 1999
Глезеров С.Е. Участие А.И. Куприна в издательской деятельности белого движения на Северо-Западе России в годы Гражданской войны // История библиотечного, книжного и архивного дела Санкт-Петербурга: По материалам «Петербургских чтений» 1997–2002 гг. СПб., 2003, С. 192-196
Газеты СССР, 1917–1949: Библиограф. указатель: В 5 т. М., 1970–1984, С. 192-196

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