Колхозонь эряф/1933/13-14/10 кизот СССР-онь конституцияти

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Колхозонь эряф (1933), 13-14 № Июль ков edited by Шестов Н. С., Порватов Т. М.
10 кизот СССР-онь конституцияти by
авторсь: Ленин, Владимир Ильич, мокшекс шарфтозе: Аф содаф (аноним)
Колхозонь эряф. Мокшонь литературно-художественнай и общественно-политическай журнал. Нолдаец Сембе союзонь писателень Мокшэрзянь областень оргкомитець. Лисенди 6-це кизось эрь ковти кафксть. — 13-14 № Июль ков 1933 киза. — с. 2
 
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Минь — противниктама национальнай враждати, национальнай фкя фкянь аф кельгомати (розняти), национальнай обособленностти. Минь международниктяма, интернационалисттама. Минь йоратама маланети и сембонь, сембе масторлангонь нациятнень рабочайхнень и сьора видихнень пуроптомс единай сембе мастор лангонь Советскай республикас.

Трудяйхненди аф эряви юкстамс, што капитализмась явошнезень нациятнень аф оцю люпштаф нацияс, великодержавнайс (интернациалистическайкс), полноправнайкс, привилегированнай нацияс и пяк лама люпштафта’ зависемайда и полузависемайда аф фкя праваса нацияс. 1914-1918 кизтнень пингонь преступнай и реакционнай войнась нинге сяда пяк вишкоптезе тя явошнемать, вишкоптезе кяжиямать и фкя-фкянь аф кельгомать тя тевса. Лама веконь йотама пингста пуромсь аф полно правнай и зависимай нациянь фкя фкянь аф кельгома и аф вярондама великодержавнай и люпштаи нациятнеди...

Минь йоратама эсь мяльса нациянь пуроптома, — стама союз кона ба афоль нолда кодамавок люпштама фкя нациять ширьде амбоцеть ланкс, — стама союз, конаба улель основаф пяк оцю вярондамаса, брадонь фкя лац лаца вярондамаса, эсь мяльса согласидондамаса“.

В. Ленин.

(1919 кизонь декабрь ковста украинань рабочайхненди сьора видихненди сьормаста).

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  • it was anonymously published before January 1, 1950 (more than 70 years ago).

This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was first published outside the United States (and not published in the U.S. within 30 days), and it was first published before 1989 without complying with U.S. copyright formalities (renewal and/or copyright notice) and it was in the public domain in its home country on the URAA date (January 1, 1996 for most countries).
This work was in the public domain in Russia on the URAA date January 1, 1996, according to the Law 09.07.1993 No 5351-1 which was enacted on that date:

  • it was anonymously published before January 1, 1946 (more than 50 years ago from 1/1/1996).

This anonymous or pseudonymous work is also in the public domain in other countries and areas where the copyright term of anonymous or pseudonymous works is 86 years or less since publication.

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