Pravda began publication in May 1912 as the newspaper of the Communist Party of Russia. The newspaper circulated until June 1913 when it was re-circulated under a variety of names until July 1914. Following the October Revolution of 1917, Pravda became the leading and most influential daily newspaper in the Soviet Union. Its main offices were at 9 Tverskaia Street in Moscow; a building that has since been demolished. Pravda continues to be published in the 21st century.
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