Berliner illustrirte zeitung
Parallel TitleBerliner illustrierte zeitung
Extent & Medium15 items
Scope & ContentSeries is comprised of fifteen issues of an illustrated newspaper published weekly in Berlin, Germany. Kurt Korff (1876–1938), a German Jew, was editor-in-chief 1905–1933 until he was replaced with an 'Aryan' Ullstein employee in 1933. Ullstein was a Jewish-owned publishing house (founded by Leopold Ullstein). The Ullstein brothers 'sold' their company to a trust working on behalf of the NSDAP and the publishing house was renamed Deutscher Verlag in 1937.
NoteSource consulted for serial information: Deutsche Nationalbibliothek http://d-nb.info/1008962090
and Jewish Voice from Germany, http://jewish-voice-from-germany.de/cms/first-they-took-the-press/