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Germanic Languages & Literatures: News & Media

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Frankfurter Allgemeine Archive
Online archive of the Frankfurter Allgemeine, 1949-present

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Magazines

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  • Illustrierte Magazine der Klassischen Moderne
Illustrated magazines of the Weimar Republic
From the SLUB Dresden Collections (20th century; German; facsimiles)
  • Jugend
A highly prized cultural magazine among the common people.
It became a forum for the artistic avant-garde and developed its own style for political satire. (1896-1940; facsimile journals and images with keyword and name search tools)
The only satirical magazine of Berlin that survived the 1848 revolution in Germany and that existed - after having converted to the liberal-conservative side - for more than 90 years. (1848-1944; facsimile journals and images)
The most prominent German political satire weekly, a model for later opposition publications.
Famous for its "innovatively formed lack of respect!" (1896-1944; facsimile journals and images with keyword and name search tools)
List of the digitized magazine "The Mirror". (1947 to the present; Facsimiles)
This magazine is inseparably connected with the development of Social Democracy.
Especially of note is its battle against illegitimate authorities up to the Nazi era. (1884-1933; facsimile journals and images with keyword and name search tools)