ⓘ Rech (newspaper)

                                     

ⓘ Rech (newspaper)

Rech was a Russian daily newspaper and the central organ of the Constitutional Democratic Party. Rech was published in St. Petersburg from February 1906 to October 1917. The editors were Iosif Gessen and Pavel Miliukov. It was a radical paper. Politically it supported approachment with Britain and France. It was closed down by the Bolsheviks after the October Revolution 1917.

                                     
  • Almine Rech Ruiz - Picasso nee Rech is a French art dealer and owner of the eponymous contemporary art gallery. The gallery has exhibition spaces in Paris
  • Sovremennaya Rech The Modern Word was a liberal bourgeois daily newspaper published in St. Petersburg, Russia, from January to May 1907. Politically
  • Rech is a region in Chitral district, located in the Hindu Kush area of Pakistan.
  • Vedomosti Novaya Zhizn 1905 Novaya Zhizn 1917 - 1918 Noviye Sily Rabochy Rech Rodnaya Zemlya Rus 1903 Sbornik Sotsial - Demokrata Sevodnya 1906 Student
  • Evropy, Zhurnal Dlya Vsekh, Novaya Zhyzn, Vseobshchy Zhurnal, later to Rech newspaper In 1897 - 1898 he was an editor of Kosmopolis Russian section then
  • and Tomsk University. He became a journalist writing for the Kadet newspaper Rech Speech and Pyotr Struve s Russkaya mysl. He joined the central committee
  • Less. Amin ex Rech f. Asteraceae Launaea subgen. Pseudosonchus Amin ex Rech f. Asteraceae Launaea sect. Pseudosonchus Amin ex Rech f. N.Kilian Asteraceae
  • debuted as published author in 1860, the Moscow newspaper Nashe Vremya, he went on to contribute to Russkaya Rech Russky Invalid, and, in particular, Sovremennik
  • of Burgas. Dubarova published poems in youth newspapers and magazines such as: Septemvriyche, Rodna Rech and Mladezh Youth Some of her poems became
  • at Bloomberg New Contemporaries. His most recent solo show was at Almine Rech Gallery, London in November 2016 He has also shown at Art Now at Tate Britain
  • program. The club was associated with the city s Italian community. Louis Rech the first Luxembourgish mayor of Italian origin, was also its president