Description: Satirical political expressionist periodical, published shortly after World War I by Wieland Herzfelde, the founder of the Malik-Verlag. Many illustrations by expressionist artists George Grosz and Otto Dix among others.Wieland Herzfelde fled to Prague in 1933, then to London and finally New York, where he founded the Aurora Press, which he ran together with 11 authors.
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Creator: Herzfelde, Wieland, 1896-1968
Creator: Grosz, George, 1893-1959
Object Origin: Berlin 1919-1923
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Repository: Leo Baeck Institute, 15 West 16th Street, New York, NY 10011
Call Number: r (f) AP 30 P4
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