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From 1855 to 1867, he was editor-in-chief of the Vienna Morgenpost, after that changing to the Neues Wiener Tagblatt, then the leading liberal daily newspaper in Austria.
He was a friend to Crown Prince Rudolf, and published his lead articles in his newspaper.
After being fired, he bought the Morgenpost, renaming it to Wiener Tagblatt (from 1901: Wiener Morgenzeitung, closed down in 1905).
He had two daughters:
- Sophie Szeps-Clemenceau (wife to Paul Clemenceau, the brother of French president Georges Clemenceau, and
- Bertha Zuckerkandl-Szeps, writer and journalist.
- See his daughter's (Berta Szeps-Zuckerkandl) book My Life and History, Cassel, London, 1938.
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