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Abstract: On June 22 nd 1941 the III rd Reich attacked USSR. The outcome of military warfare on Eastern Front, unfavourable for the Red Army, caused the Communist International (CI) structures, operating in the Soviet country since 1919, to move in October 1941 from Moscow to Ufa and Kuybyshev. After the German aggression a need for intensive propaganda works came into existence. Within the Executive Committee's (EC) apparatus there was, among others, Press and Radio Broadcasting Department supervised by Bedřich Geminde… Show more

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