National Alliance Of Russian Solidarists
The National Alliance of Russian Solidarists (Russian: Национально Трудовой Союз Nacional'no Trudovoj Sojuz or Народно-Трудовой Союз российских солидаристов Narodnno-Trudovoj Sojuz rossijskix solidaristov)), known by its Russian abbreviation "NTS" (НТС) is a Russian far-right anticommunist organization founded in 1930 by a group of young Russian anticommunist White emigres in Belgrade, Serbia (then part of Kingdom of Yugoslavia).
The organization was formed in response to the older generation of Russian emigres (veterans of the White movement) who were perceived as being stagnant and resigned to their loss in the Russian Civil War. The youth which formed NTS decided to take an active role in fighting communism by studying the newly emerging Soviet culture, the psyche of a person living in the USSR, and developing a political program based on the concept of solidarism.
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