Demokratische Zeitung

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Demokratische Zeitung (English: Democratic Newspaper) was a daily newspaper published from Berlin between 1 October 1871 and 31 March 1872. The paper was founded by Johann Jacoby and had a democratic and republican orientation. The newspaper was edited by J. Voigt, K. Hirsch and C. Lübeck. Prominent contributors included Temme, M. Friedlander, C. Lübeck, W. Spindler and G. Spauer.[1]

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  1. ^ International Commission for the History of Representative and Parliamentary Institutions. Répertoire international des sources pour l'étude des mouvements sociaux aux XIXe et XXe siècles. Vol.1, La Première Internationale: périodiques, 1864-1877. Paris: Colin, 1958. p. 41