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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Rudé právo (Czech for The Red Right or The Red Law) was the official newspaper of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia. It was founded in 1920 when the party was splitting from the social democrats and their older daily Právo lidu (People's Right). During 1920s and 1930s it was often censored and even temporarily stopped. In autumn 1938 the party was abolished and during the German occupation and World War II that came soon afterwards the newspaper became an underground mimeographed pamphlet. After the communist take-over in 1948 it became the leading newspaper in the country, the Czechoslovak equivalent of the Soviet Union's Pravda, highly propagandistic and sometimes obedient to the government. Its Slovak equivalent in Slovakia was Pravda.
Redaktor Lambert M. Surhone
Redaktor Miriam T. Timpledon
Redaktor Susan F. Marseken
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