TITLE

THE NEW GERMAN PRESS

AUTHOR(S)
Jacobi, Claus
PUB. DATE
January 1954
SOURCE
Foreign Affairs;Jan1954, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p323
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Germany is no longer the country with the largest number of newspapers, as it was before 1933. The end of the Second World War brought a basic structural change in the German press. After the capitulation in May 1945, the old papers were no longer allowed to appear. In 1948, after the currency reform had been made, after the circulation restrictions enforced by the Allies through the rationing of paper has been lifted, and after licenses had been abolished, the old time publishers regained their former rights. This article describes the new German newspapers and the five different types of papers: (1) Local and Provincial press; (2) the "Generalanzeiger" press; (3) the Boulevard press; (4) the Party press and; (5) the Independent Political Press.
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