Eulenspiegel (magazine)

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Eulenspiegel
Editor in chief Mathias Wedel
Categories Satire
Frequency Monthly
Circulation 110,000[1]
Year founded 1954; 63 years ago (1954)
Company Eulenspiegel GmbH
Country Germany
Based in Berlin
Language German
Website satiremagazin.de
ISSN 0423-5975

Eulenspiegel – Das Satiremagazin is a German humor and satirical magazine. It is published by Eulenspiegel GmbH in Berlin. It is one of three East German magazines survived after the German unification.[2] The other two are das Magazin and Guter Rat.[2]

History[edit]

Eulenspiegel is a successor of the satirical publication Frischer Wind, which began publishing in 1946. The publication took the title Eulenspiegel in 1954, after the similarly titled but unconnected satirical magazine Ulenspiegel ceased publishing in 1950.

Until 1972, Eulenspiegel was published by Eulenspiegel Verlag, also founded in 1954, which later became an independent book publisher. It was the only satirical magazine in the German Democratic Republic.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Retrieved 26 February 2010 Archived 17 March 2010 at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ a b Susanne Tenhagen (10 October 2000). "Guter Rat: Stricken ist out". Der Tagesspiegel. Retrieved 19 April 2015. 

External links[edit]

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