Znamya

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For Russian newspaper of 1902-1917, the original publisher of The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, see Znamya (newspaper). For the Russian space mirror, see Znamya (space mirror).
Znamya
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Cover of Znamya
Editor Sergey Chuprinin
Frequency Monthly
Circulation 4,500
Year founded 1931
Country Russia
Based in 123001, Moscow, Bolshaya Sadovaya Street, b. 2/46
Language Russian
ISSN 0130-1616

Znamya (Russian: Знамя, lit. "The Banner") is a Russian monthly literary magazine,[1] which was established in Moscow in 1931. In 1931-1932, the magazine was published under the name of Lokaf ("Локаф", which was an abbreviation of "Литературное объединение писателей Красной Армии и флота", or Literary Association of Writers of the Red Army and Fleet). During the Soviet times, Znamya dedicated most of its pages to short stories and novels about the military, publishing works by Konstantin Simonov, Vasily Grossman, Pavel Antokolsky and others. Znamya has different sections dedicated to prose, poetry, essays, literary criticism, bibliography etc. In 1972, the magazine had a circulation of some 160,000 copies.

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  1. ^ Anna Aslanyan (8 April 2011). "Revolutions and resurrections: How has Russia's literature changed?". The Independent. Retrieved 4 October 2013. 

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