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Derevenskiy Bezbozhnik (Russian: «Деревенский безбожник»; translation of the name: «The Rural Godless») was an illustrated magazine, an organ of the Centre Soviet and Moscow Oblast Soviet of the League of the Militant Godless.

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  • Derevenskiy Bezbozhnik (Russian: «Деревенский безбожник»; translation of the name: «The Rural Godless») was an illustrated magazine, an organ of the Centre Soviet and Moscow Oblast Soviet of the League of the Militant Godless.
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  • Derevenskiy Bezbozhnik (Деревенский безбожник)
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  • antireligious
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  • Soviet Union/Russia
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  • Zalezhsky, Vladimir Nikolaevich , since November 1929 − Lunin, Anatoly Vladimirovich
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  • November, 1932
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  • April, 1928
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  • Monthly
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  • Cover of the magazine «Derevenskiy Bezbozhnik» 1932, No. 7-8.
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  • Russian
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  • Derevenskiy Bezbozhnik
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  • Derevenskiy Bezbozhnik (Russian: «Деревенский безбожник»; translation of the name: «The Rural Godless») was an illustrated magazine, an organ of the Centre Soviet and Moscow Oblast Soviet of the League of the Militant Godless. The magazine was created by the Moscow Committee of the All-Union Communist Party (b). The magazine was published in Moscow from April 1928 to November 1932. Since July 1, 1930, Derevenskiy Bezbozhnik became an organ of the Centre Soviet and Moscow Oblast Soviet of the League of the Militant Godless. First, the magazine came out once, then twice a month, with a circulation of 5 to 50 thousand copies. The magazine covered issues of the anti-religious movement during the period of collectivization. Pyotr Krasikov, Yemelyan Yaroslavsky, Demyan Bedny, Dmitry Moor and others collaborated in the magazine. Among the materials published in the magazine, a large place was occupied by the messages of rural correspondents.
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  • Cover of the magazine «Derevenskiy Bezbozhnik» 1932, No. 7-8.
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