At different times during the period 1920–1943, Russian white emigrants published in Bulgaria over 80 informational, socio-political, literary, military and other periodicals (magazines, newspapers, and leaflets).
January 07 (19), 1873 – October 13,1931
Russian Biblical scholar and church historian. His works have been identified as the best studies of the history and development of the church in his time.
During the 1920s and 1930s, Bulgaria proved to be among the most attractive and appropriate focal points of Russian emigrants, where through the local Russian emigrant periodicals and book publishing they revived older trends of Russian public thought, gave birth to new ones or introduced foreign ones.
The prevailing part of the Russian immigrant intelligentsia in Bulgaria in the 1920s and 1930s was characterized by their strongly expressed Slavophile spirit, the increased concern for the fate of the Slavic idea, and a distinctive Slavic consciousness.
25.12.1858 (06.01.1859) – 01.08.1943
Russian publicist, lawyer and ethnographer. Founder and first Director of the Plovdiv People's Library. It sets the foundations of the National Archaeological Museum in Bulgaria.
6/18.12.1863 – 18.03.1937
Руски богослов, тълкувател, патролог, църковен историк и енциклопедист. Научното творчество на Глубоковски обхваща над 100 научни труда и стотици статии и публикации.
28.11.1908 – 05.10.1979
A Russian and Bulgarian poet, writer, translator and philologist. He was the author of over 180 translations of Bulgarian literary works into Russian.
13.09.1879 – 25.08.1953
Russian and Bulgarian historian, scholar of art history and literature, philologist. Bitsilli is considered the founder of art history studies in Bulgaria. His students included most of the outstanding Bulgarian historians of the first half of the 20th century.