russians without russia. press archive

1920–1939. Paris / Berlin / Harbin / Constantinople / Riga

Magazines  /  Swallow
#14, July 22nd, 1933
#13, July 1st, 1933
#11, June 3rd, 1933
#10, May 20th, 1933
#8, April 16th, 1933
#7, April 1st, 1933
#6, March 18th, 1933
#5, March 4th, 1933
#3, February 4th, 1933
#2, January 21st, 1933
#14, July 16th, 1932
#18, September 21st, 1931
#11, June 7th, 1931
#8, April 21st, 1931
#7, April 7th, 1931
#6, March 21st, 1931
#3, February 7th, 1931

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Published by Zarya, Harbin since 15th October, 1926 till 1945

The Swallow was unrivalled in its availability, as it was launched on 15th October, 1926, and existed till 1945. Almost for two decades, it was sharing challenges hardships Russian refugees faced with and raised more than one generation of Russian refugees’ children in China as well as in Japan, Germany, France, Turkey and the USA.

The key of the Swallow success was that has a clear understanding that the vision of the world, morals and values form in the childhood. The magazine continued traditions of classical journalism for children, focused on the education of their sentiments and intellect. 

— By Ye.Babkin, Ph.D. (Pacific National University)

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