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  • Voice of the Past. Moscow, 1913-1923.

    A magazine on the history and history of literature, published in 1913-1923 in Moscow. The editorial board was made up of Russian historians and literary critics: A. K. Dzhivelegov, S. P. Melgunov (1913-1922), V. I. Semevsky (1914-1916), V. E. Syroechkovsky (1916-1917), P. N. Sakulin, M. A. Tsyavlovsky (1923). Editor-publisher: S. P. Melgunov (from 1914 to October 1916: S. P. Melgunov and V. I. Semevsky). Monthly (12 issues per year). Three issues were published in 1923 in Russia, then the editors were exiled, and the publication was resumed abroad - in Berlin with the title "On the Other Side" (edited by S. P. Melgunov). Since 1925, it was issued in Prague (edited by V. A. Myakotin). Since 1926, the magazine was moved to Paris with the title "Voice of the Past on the Other Side" (editors: S. P. Melgunov and T. I. Polner). The magazine of the liberal-democratic character featured articles about the social movement and Russian culture, memoirs, letters, documents, and materials. No. 1 of 1923 contained "A systematic index of the contents of the "Voice of the Past" magazine for 10 years (1913-1922)", edited by M. A. Tsyavlovsky.

    Presented issues: 1915-1916.