Rabochaia Gazeta (Workers' Newspaper), Moscow
Although there were earlier versions of the "Workers' Newspaper"; this Moscow-based periodical began publication in 1922. While it chiefly published its in-house title, the newspaper occasionally issued political ephemera such as posters. The Workers' Newspaper ceased publication in 1932. The Moscow paper is not to be confused with the Kiev newspaper of the same name dating from the 1890s nor should it be confused with Saratov-based newspaper from the early 1900s.
Sources & Citations
Amiantov, Iu.N. et al. (1993). Kratkii putevoditel’: Fondy i kollektsii, sobrannye Tsentral’nym partiiym arkhivom. Moskva: Blagovest. (p. 160, The Workers' Newspaper years of operation) Kommunisticheskaia partiia Sovetskogo Soiuza. (1987). KPSS o sredstvakh massovoi informatsii i i propagandy. Moskva: Politizdat. (Publication years of operation)
Kanatchikov, S., & Zelnik, R. E. (1986). A radical worker in Tsarist Russia: The autobiography of Semen Ivanovich Kanatchikov. Stanford: Stanford University Press. (P. 436 mentions Workers' Newspaper in Kiev and Saratov)