Voskhod (Russian: Восход, IPA: [vɐˈsxot] (listen), lit. 'sunrise') was a monthly Russian-Jewish periodical in the Russian Empire. It was published in St. Petersburg from 1881 to 1906. The magazine was a product of the Haskalah movement.
The circulation of Voskhod was just 950 copies in its first year. It increased to 4,397 copies in 1895.
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