Prosveshcheniye

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Prosveshcheniye (Russian Wp→: Просвещение, 'Enlightenment') was a legal Bolshevik socio-political and literary monthly magazine in Russia. It began publication in St. Petersburg in December 1911. Maxim Gorky was editor of the fiction section. The magazine was banned by the tsarist government on the eve of the First World War, in June 1914. One further issue (a double one) appeared in the autumn of 1917.[1]

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