Kladderadatsch

Kladderadatsch[1] (onomatopoeic for "Crash") was a satirical German-language magazine first published in Berlin on 7 May 1848,[2] and appearing "daily, except for weekdays". It was founded by Albert Hofmann and David Kalisch, the latter the son of a Jewish merchant and the author of several works of comedy.[3] Publication ceased in 1944.
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