Attention to the Universities of Missouri and Texas, 1880's1990's Dissertation, University of Texas, 2007, oclc,. Tim Gidal, "Modern Photojournalism: The First Years Creative Camera, July/August 1982, repr. In 1894, Leopold Ullstein, the founder of the publishing house. Illustrirte Zeitung, which had approximately twice as many pages and cost RM 7 per year, prohibitively expensive for all but the well. The, berliner Illustrirte Zeitung, often abbreviated, bIZ, was a weekly illustrated magazine published. Beginning in 1901, it was also technically feasible to print photographs inside the magazine, a revolutionary innovation. Interprétation, berliner Illustrierte Zeitung, le, berliner Illustrierte Zeitung est un journal illustré hebdomadaire allemand cré en 1892 et disparu en 1945. Initially it was illustrated with engravings, but it soon embraced photographs. 31 In mid-1934 the Ullstein family business was "aryanised", 32 and the Berliner Illustrirte became an organ of Nazi propaganda; previously non-political, with the outbreak of war in 1939, it started featuring stories about the military and German victories.
A b Werner Faulstich, Medienwandel im Industrie- und Massenzeitalter (18301900), Geschichte der Medien 5, Göttingen: Vandenhoeck Ruprecht, 2004, isbn,. Retrieved e Mendelssohn,.
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István Deák, Weimar Germany's Left-wing Intellectuals: A Political History of the Weltbühne and its Circle, Berkeley: University of California, 1968, oclc 334757,. 34 Also in 1941, the old-fashioned spelling of its name (sometimes described as a mistake 35 which had been retained when the masthead was modernised at the turn of the century, 36 was finally changed to the more modern Illustrierte. 1, contents, history edit, the magazine was founded in November 1891 2 by a, silesian businessman named Hepner 3 4 and published its first issue on under Otto Eysler, who also published. Die Kunst für Alle 26 (1911). 26 The magazine was publishing a million copies by 1914 4 and.8 million by the end of the 1920s; 27 in 1929, it was the only German magazine to approach the circulation numbers of the large American weeklies. 78, note 13, Ross,. References edit Peter de Mendelssohn, Zeitungsstadt Berlin: Menschen und Mächte in der Geschichte der deutschen Presse, Berlin: Ullstein, 1959, oclc 3006301,. (in German) Wilhelm Marckwardt. Zeitbild, Chronik, Moritat für Jedermann.
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Topics Berlin, Olympia, 1936.
Identifier Berliner -Illustrierte Identifier-ark ark 13960/t6sx6wd66.
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Apotheke am berliner platz speyer, Berliner residenz konzerte, Berliner olympiastadion plätze,