Sowjet (Soviet in German) was a German monthly communist publication, edited by Paul Levi, printed in Berlin. The first issue was published on 1 July 1919. Following Levi's expulsion from the Communist Party of Germany, the journal, from 1 July 1921, changed its orientation and was henceforth published under the name of Unser Weg. By the end of 1922 it ceased publication.
Among its contributors were Henriette Roland-Holst, Paul Frölich, Adolf Maslow, Fritz Geyer, and others.