Pionerskaya Pravda

Pionerskaya Pravda (Пионе́рская Пра́вда) is an all-Russian newspaper. Initially it was an all-Union newspaper of the Soviet Union. Its name may be translated as "Truth for Young Pioneers".

History

The newspaper was founded March 6, 1925 in Moscow and published under the name “School Pravda” and later under “Pioneer Truth”.[1][2] Nikolai Bukharin was the first editor of the newspaper. Different poets and artists, like Mikhail Zoshchenko, Ilya Ilf, Evgeny Petrov and Vladimir Mayakovsky, cooperated with the newspaper.[3] On March 6, 1927, the newspaper became part of the Central and Moscow Committees of the All-Union Young Communist League. From 1958, it formed part of the Central Committee of the All-Union Young Communist League and the Central Council of the All-Union Pioneers' Organization.[1][4] From February 4, 1928 a newspaper was published twice a week, and since October 3, 1928 it has been published three times a week.[1]

The newspaper became a weekly printed body of the Moscow RKSM Committee. In the 1970s and 1980s its circulation approached 10,000,000 (almost every child in the Soviet Union had a subscription). Its title followed the name of the main Soviet newspaper of the time, Pravda, as did multiple other newspapers. In 1991, following the collapse of the USSR, the newspaper was reorganized and became a national newspaper for children and adolescents.[5]

The newspaper continues to exist today, but now it is not associated with Young Pioneers, and the circulation is greatly reduced.

Similar newspapers were published in other languages of the USSR: as of 1974, six newspapers in Russian and 22 in other languages.

Chief editors

  • М. Stremyakov (1925-1926)
  • В. Lyadova (1927-1930)
  • Н. Lyalin (1931)
  • Г. Soldiers (1932-1933)
  • А. Stroyev (1933)
  • А. Gusev (1934-1935)
  • А. Stroyev (1935-1938)
  • Н. Danilov (1938-1940)
  • И. Andreev (1940-1945)
  • В. Gubarev (1945-1947)
  • В. Semyonov (1947-1949)
  • З. Tumanova (1949-1952)
  • С. Potemkin (1952-1953)
  • Т. Matveeva (1953-1961)
  • Н. Chernova (1961-1982)
  • О. I. Grekova (1983-2006)[6][7]
  • М. Barannikov (since 2006)[8]

Awards and recognitions

In 1995 Pionerskaya Pravda was awarded the Red Banner of Labor, in 1950 the Order of Lenin and in 1985 the Order of Friendship of Peoples.[9][10][11]

Editions

Republic Title Translation City Language Founded
USSR Пионерская правда Pioneer's Truth Moscow Russian 1925
Russian SFSR Ленинские искры Lenin's Sparks Leningrad Russian 1924
Baskhir ASSR Башҡортостан пионере Pioneer of Bashkria Ufa Bashkir 1930
Chuvash ASSR Пионер сасси Pioneer's call Cheboksary Chuvash 1930
Mari ASSR Ямде лий Be ready Yoshkar-Ola Mari 1933
Tatar ASSR Яшь ленинчы Young Leninist Kazan Tatar 1924
Udmurt ASSR Дась лу Be ready Izhevsk Udmurt 1930
Yakut ASSR Бэлэм буол Be ready Yakutsk Yakut 1936
Ukrainian SSR Зірка Little Star Kiev Ukrainian 1925
Ukrainian SSR Юный ленинец Young Leninist Kiev Russian 1922
Belarussian SSR Піянер Беларусі Pioneer of Belarus Minsk Belarusian 1929
Belarussian SSR Зорька Dawn Minsk Russian 1945
Uzbek SSR Ленин учқуни Lenin's Spark Tashkent Uzbek 1929
Uzbek SSR Пионер Востока Pioneer of the East Tashkent Russian 1927
Karakalpak ASSR Жеткиншек Change Nukus Karakalpak 1932
Kazakh SSR Қазақстан пионерi Pioneer of Kazakhstan Almaty Kazakh 1930
Kazakh SSR Дружные ребята Friendly children Almaty Russian 1933
Georgian SSR ნორჩ ლენინელი Young Leninist Tbilissi Georgian 1931
Azerbaijani SSR Азәрбајҹан пионери Pioneer of Azerbaijan Baku Azerbaijani 1938
Lithuanian SSR Lietuvos pionierius Pioneer of Lithuania Vilnius Lithuanian 1946
Moldavian SSR Тынэрул ленинист Young Leninist Chisinau Moldavian 1941
Moldavian SSR Юный ленинец Young Leninist Chisinau Russian 1941
Latvian SSR Pionieris Pioneer Riga Latvian 1946
Kyrgyz SSR Кыргызстан пионери Pioneer of Kyrgyzstan Frunze (Bishkek) Kyrgyz 1933
Tajik SSR Пионери Тоҷикистон Pioneer of Tajikistan Dushambe Tajik 1929
Armenian SSR Պիոներ Կանչ Pioneer's call Erevan Armenian 1925
Turkmen SSR Мыдам тайяр Always ready Ashkhabad Turkmen 1930
Estonian SSR Säde Spark Tallinn Estonian 1946

See also

References

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  2. ^ "Этот день в истории: 6 марта 1925 года — день рождения газеты «Пионерская правда»". EADaily (in Russian). Retrieved 2020-11-17.
  3. ^ "6 марта 1925 года вышел первый номер газеты «Пионерская правда». Основана в городе Москве и вначале ... : Факт №2706 : Факты о России". rufact.org. Retrieved 2020-11-17.
  4. ^ root. "Выставка газеты «Пионерская правда» в ДВГНБ". fessl.ru (in Russian). Retrieved 2020-11-18.
  5. ^ "СПО-ФДО - информационный спонсор благотворительной акции «Пламя Памяти»". 2010.
  6. ^ "Скончалась главный редактор газеты "Пионерская правда" Ольга Грекова". 03.04.2006, updatet on 07.06.2008. Check date values in: |date= (help)
  7. ^ "Скончалась главный редактор газеты "Пионерская правда" Ольга Грекова". Ведомости (in Russian). Retrieved 2020-11-12.
  8. ^ правды», Надежда Ржевская | Сайт «Комсомольской (2012-09-14). "Главный редактор «Пионерской правды»: К счастью, дети еще не разучились читать". kaliningrad.kp.ru - Сайт «Комсомольской правды». Retrieved 2020-11-12.
  9. ^ "Пионерская правда". arch.rgdb.ru. Retrieved 2020-11-11.
  10. ^ "ПИОНЕРСКАЯ ПРАВДА".
  11. ^ "Газета Пионерская правда: Награждена орденом Трудового Красного Знамени (1945) и орденом Ленина (1950). Тираж (1975) около 9, 5 млн. экземпляров".

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