Bulgarian Labor Youth Union

Bulgarian Labor Youth Union -- [на българ�?ки Работниче�?ки младежки �?ъюз (РМС) (произна�?�? �?е рем�?)] pronounced rems, is an organization of Bulgarian working youth. It was created in 1928 by the Bulgarian Communist Party (Narrow Socialists) as a legal wing of the Bulgarian Communist Youth Union.


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