Prager Presse

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The Prager Presse (Prague press) was a German newspaper published by the state-funded leftist bourgeois in the Czechoslovak Republic from March 1921 to 1939.

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The newspaper Prager Presse was founded by Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk with the aim of integrating the German-speaking minority, which at that time had a share of 22.5% of the population. Arne Laurin was editor from 1921 to 1938.[1] His colleague in the feuilleton was Otto Pick[de] (1887, Prague –1940, London) from 1921 to 1939.

The newspaper was published by Orbis (cs), a publisher of the government.[2]

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