The Press: Das Deutsche Life

A famous magazine is on a fair way to the happy hunting grounds. Die Fliegende Blaetter, comic weekly published at Munich and founded in 1844, is in serious financial straits. Its operating cost despite the immense depreciation of the mark is now actually more than in 1914. Its circulation has fallen off greatly. Its ends no longer meet.

Fliegende Blaetter, known not only in Germany but throughout the world, is a paper of the type of Life, Judge and others. Its cartoons are decidedly more virulent and less beautiful than those of Charles...

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