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A photograph of a "Rabfak" school.

Rabfak (Russian language: Рабфак, a syllabic abbreviation of Рабочий факультет Rabochiy fakultet, "Workers' Faculty") was the Workers' University in the Soviet Union.[1] It prepared Soviet workers to enter institutions of higher education.


  1. ^ Berthold Unfried, "Ich bekenne": Katholische Beichte und sowjetische Selbstkritik Ludwig Boltzmann-Institut für Historische Sozialwissenschaft. Frankfurt am Main: Campus Verlag GmbH (2006), p. 308. ISBN 3-593-37869-8 Retrieved December 6, 2011 (German)

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