Nasha Zarya (Russian: Наша заря - meaning Our Dawn in English) was a legal Menshevik monthly, published in St. Petersburg, Russia from 1910 to 1914. Lenin described it as 'the liquidators' centre in Russia'.
Nasha Zarya was started by the organizing committee, a leading Menshevik centre.
- "The Contemporary Situation in Russia and the Fundamental Task of the Working Class Movement in the Present Moment" by Nikolai Aleksandrovich Rozhkov.
- Lenin: The Working Class And Its ’Parliamentary’ Representatives
- Vladimir Ilʹich Lenin (2004). Revolution at the Gates: A Selection of Writings from February to October 1917. Verso. p. 30. ISBN 978-1-85984-546-2.
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