- (formerly) the official newspaper of the Communist Party in the U.S.S.R.
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Examples from the Web for pravda
Stalin may not have written the Pravda piece himself—it was unsigned—but without question he had approved it.When Stalin Met Lady Macbeth
November 9, 2014
Pravda agreed to accept the piece, but one of its editors called McCain “an active anti-Russian politician.”McCain Blasts Putin in Pravda: He’s Made Russia a ‘Friend to Tyrants’
September 19, 2013
Glenn Beck's The Blaze and Pravda both agree that President Obama is a dangerous communist.
Of course, in the olden days, we knew what to think of Americans who quoted extensively from Pravda - right, Comrade Beck?
Actually, there was a small article on the first page of Pravda and then three columns on page five.Man on the Moon
The Daily Beast
July 19, 2009
Many Bolshevist officers, said Pravda, had deserted to the enemy.
Pravda says you were shot trying to escape, and for once it really told the truth.
This statement was denounced as a lie by Karl Radek in Pravda.Bolshevism
Rakoviecky, in his edition of the Pravda Russka, Warsaw 1820-22.Historical View of the Languages and Literature of the Slavic Nations
Therese Albertine Louise von Jacob Robinson
Broncov wiped off some of the blood running into his eyes well enough to see all six waving copies of Pravda.