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Digitized Russian Emigre Journals, Librarium (New Version)
29 journals in Russian, alphabetical by title.
Digitized Russian Emigre Journals Librarium (Old Version)
In Russian. 2 emigre newspapers, and 24 emigre journals, published between 1920 to 1939 in Paris, Berlin, Harbin, Constantinople, and Riga. Newspapers: Illiustrirovannaia Rossiia (Paris), Dni (Paris); Journals: Rubezh (Harbin), Satirikon (Paris), Kalendar' (Paris), Nash mir (Berlin), Lastochka (Harbin), Zhar-ptitsa (Paris, Berlin) Teatr i zhizn' (Paris), Ukhvat (Paris), Le teatr et la vie (Paris), Mir i iskusstvo (Paris), Bich (Paris), Za rul'em (Paris), Illiustrirovannaia zhizn' (Paris), Put' (Constantinople), Spolokhi (Berlin), Zlatosvet (Berlin), Perezvony (Riga), Novaia Niva (Riga).
Digitized Russian Emigre Newspapers, from GPIB
128 digitized post-Revolutionary Russian emigre newspapers from the 1910s through the 1930s,
U.S., Europe, Asia. Click on the thumbnail of the newspaper, click on opisanie, click on the date,
then use the magnifying glass to make the thumbnails legible. The arrows on the tool bar allow you to turn the pages.
See below at the bottom of this box to download alphabetized list with direct access to each newspaper.
Digitized Russian Post-Revolution Emigre Periodicals From Harvard
Novoe slovo = Neue Wort
Illiustrirovannaia Rossiia = La Russie illustrée 1924-1939
Lef (1923-1925) and Novyi Lef (1927-29) (courtesy of Monoskop.org)
Other avant garde and modernist periodicals (Monoskop.org)
12 digitized journals. The index below them has links to digitized versions of about 200 Eastern and Western European and U.S. avant garde and modernist journals, which started between 1890 and 1945.
Perestroika Era Russian Literary Journals
Molodaia gvardiia 1987-1993
Nash sovremennik 1989-1992
Voprosy Istorii 1989-1992
58 digitized titles. NYU affiliates only. Download list below. Ctrl-Click on title, click on Library Holdings, click on Electronic location. Check "I agree." Download below document for title list.
Additional Russian historic journals are available on microfilm. See the journal title lists in the Slavic Studies Libguide, Slavic Microform sets (cinema, theater, women's journals, Jewish Studies, Russian Literature, Russian/Soviet History)
Czech Republic: Kramerius Digital Library,
796 scanned periodicals. Digital library Kramerius is a project of the National Library of the Czech Republic. Contains periodicals and monographs. Click on "periodicals" on the first page for alphabetized list. Some of the documents are in German, Russian, English and other languages.