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Kladderadatsch
also called "Crash"

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  1. a satirical German-language magazine first published in Berlin on May 7, 1848, 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

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  2. The first edition, written almost entirely by Kalisch, saw 4,000 copies printed, all of which were sold within 24 hours

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  3. Two other writers, Ernst Dohm and Rudolf Löwenstein, were then employed

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  4. The magazine's front cover on July 9, 1848, with the grinning boy that became its trademark
    The magazine's front cover on July 9, 1848, with the grinning boy that became its trademark

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  5. Wilhelm Scholz's drawings appeared in the second edition, and would do so for the next 40 years

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