Klassekampen
Klassekampen (English: The Class Struggle) is a Norwegian daily newspaper, which styles itself as "the daily left-wing newspaper".
Klassekampen was founded in 1969 with a Marxist-Leninist-Maoi...
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People's Democracy (newspaper)
People's Democracy is the weekly newspaper of the Communist Party of India (Marxist). Sitaram Yechury, CPI(M) Polit Bureau member is the editor of the newspaper. The journal has six editions from New ...
Vestfold Arbeiderblad
Vestfold Arbeiderblad was a daily newspaper published in Tønsberg, Norway.It was established in 1909 under the name Vestfold Arbeiderblad. Politically it belonged to the Norwegian Labour Party, but in...
Nova borba
Nova borba ('New Struggle') was a Serbo-Croatian weekly newspaper published in Prague, by exiled Yugoslav Cominformists. It was printed in Roman alphabet. The publication was intended for clandestine...
Der Kämpfer
Der Kämpfer ('The Fighter') was a German-language daily newspaper published in the Chemnitz-Zwickau area. Originally a newspaper connected to the Independent Social Democratic Party of Germany (USPD),...
Rabotnichesko Delo
Rabotnichesko Delo (Bulgarian: Работническо дело, "Workers' Deed") was a leftist Bulgarian newspaper that was the organ of the Bulgarian Communist Party's Central Committee and one of the People's...
Internationalen
Internationalen (the Swedish name of "The Internationale") is a Swedish Trotskyist weekly newspaper of the Socialist Party.
The newspaper was established in 1971 originally by the name Mullvaden (...
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Pest Megyei Hírlap
Pest Megyei Hírlap ('Pest County News') was a Hungarian newspaper, and was the organ of the Pest County Committee of the Hungarian Socialist Workers Party and the Pest County Council. It was published...
Borba (newspaper)
Borba (Борба in Serbian Cyrillic) was a Serbian newspaper, formerly the official newspaper of the Yugoslav Communist League (SKJ). Its name is the Serbian and Croatian word for 'struggle' or 'combat'....
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Za socijalističku Jugoslaviju
Za socijalističku Jugoslaviju ('For a socialist Yugoslavia') was a newspaper published in Moscow, Soviet Union, by Yugoslav Cominformist exiles. The newspaper began appearing around 1949. Za socijalis...
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De Waarheid
De Waarheid (literally 'The Truth') was the newspaper of the Communist Party of the Netherlands. It originated in 1940 under the German occupation as a resistance paper, the day after general H.G. Win...
Zum Kommunismus!
Zum Kommunismus! ('For Communism!') was a Volga German communist newspaper. It was the organ of the Volga German regional committee of the Russian Young Communist League. It was published from Marxsta...
Schlesische Arbeiter-Zeitung
Schlesische Arbeiter-Zeitung ('Silesian Workers Newspaper') was a left-wing German language newspaper published from Breslau, Province of Lower Silesia, Weimar Germany (present-day Wrocław in Poland) ...
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Deshabhimani
Desabhimani is a Malayalam newspaper and the organ of the Kerala State Committee of the Communist Party of India (Marxist). Started as a weekly in Kozhikode on September 6, 1942 and converted to a dai...
Primorski dnevnik
Primorski dnevnik (English: The Littoral Daily), mostly known as Primorski, is a Slovene language daily newspaper published in Trieste, Italy. It is the only Slovene daily in any country other tha...
Der Emes
Der Emes (in Yiddish דער עמעס— in Russian Правда "The Truth" from Biblical Hebrew אמת emeth Modern Hebrew: emet) a Soviet newspaper in Yiddish. A continuation of the short-lived Di varhayt, Der Emes b...
L'Unità
L'Unità was an Italian left-wing newspaper, originally founded as official newspaper of the Italian Communist Party, and since then supportive of its subsequent successor parties, the Democratic Party...
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Bednota
Bednota (Russian: Беднота, or "poverty") was a daily newspaper for peasants, issued by Central Committee of the Communist Party in Moscow, Russia, from March 1918 till January 1931. Its predecesso...