Münchener Beobachter

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The Münchener Beobachter was a völkisch newspaper edited by Rudolf von Sebottendorf. In the course of 1920 it became the official Nazi organ, becoming the Voelkischer Beobachter. (People's Observer), and remained the leading Nazi party newspaper until 1945.

It was edited by Karl Harrer.[citation needed]

On May 24, 1919 Philipp Stauff, a Berlin journalist, good friend of Guido von List and Armanist, wrote an obituary to him which appeared in the Münchener Beobachter called 'Guido von List gestorben', on p. 4.