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Krokodil (Russian: Крокодил, IPA: [krəkɐˈdʲil] (), lit. 'crocodile') was a satirical magazine published in the Soviet Union. It was founded in 1922, at first as the satirical supplement to the Workers' Gazette (called simply «Приложения» [Supplement]); when it became a separate publication, the name 'Crocodile' was chosen at an editorial meeting from among a list of suggested animal names. At that time, many satirical magazines existed, such as and Prozhektor. Nearly all of them eventually disappeared.

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  • Krokodil (Russian: Крокодил, IPA: [krəkɐˈdʲil] (), lit. 'crocodile') was a satirical magazine published in the Soviet Union. It was founded in 1922, at first as the satirical supplement to the Workers' Gazette (called simply «Приложения» [Supplement]); when it became a separate publication, the name 'Crocodile' was chosen at an editorial meeting from among a list of suggested animal names. At that time, many satirical magazines existed, such as and Prozhektor. Nearly all of them eventually disappeared.
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