The Black Cat, January 1901 A Monthly Magazine of Original Short Stories | S. C. Bean, Frank E. Chase, Ethel Watts

The Black Cat, January 1901 A Monthly Magazine of Original Short Stories | S. C. Bean, Frank E. Chase, Ethel Watts

Wilhelm Schulz, « Schutzengel Ägir », Simplicissimus, n° 41, du 9 janvier 1897.

Wilhelm Schulz, « Schutzengel Ägir », Simplicissimus, n° 41, du 9 janvier 1897.

Töpfferiana » Blog Archive » Simplicissimus, année I Ferdinand Reznicek, « Die Sphinx », Simplicissimus, n° 9, du 30 mai 1896.

Töpfferiana » Blog Archive » Simplicissimus, année I Ferdinand Reznicek, « Die Sphinx », Simplicissimus, n° 9, du 30 mai 1896.

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The Black Cat, January 1901 A Monthly Magazine of Original Short Stories | S. C. Bean, Frank E. Chase, Ethel Watts

The Black Cat, January 1901 A Monthly Magazine of Original Short Stories | S. C. Bean, Frank E. Chase, Ethel Watts

Zwischen Kaiserwetter und Donnergrollen. Die wilhelminische Epoche im Spiegel des Simplicissimus von 1896 bis 1914 - Wilhelm Busch - Deutsches Museum für Karikatur und Zeichenkunst

Zwischen Kaiserwetter und Donnergrollen. Die wilhelminische Epoche im Spiegel des Simplicissimus von 1896 bis 1914 - Wilhelm Busch - Deutsches Museum für Karikatur und Zeichenkunst

Simplicissimus Cover,july 1924  by Karl Arnold . Simplicissimus’s artists and writers were persecuted by the Nazis, and the magazine itself was strong-armed into a pro-Nazi stance before it was shut down in 1944.

Simplicissimus Cover,july 1924 by Karl Arnold . Simplicissimus’s artists and writers were persecuted by the Nazis, and the magazine itself was strong-armed into a pro-Nazi stance before it was shut down in 1944.

Simplicissimus, Kiss of Peace (1919). Cover art by Thomas Theodor Heine

Simplicissimus, Kiss of Peace (1919). Cover art by Thomas Theodor Heine

In subsequent years, Simplicissimus’s artists and writers were persecuted by the Nazis, and the magazine itself was strong-armed into a pro-Nazi stance before it was shut down in 1944.

In subsequent years, Simplicissimus’s artists and writers were persecuted by the Nazis, and the magazine itself was strong-armed into a pro-Nazi stance before it was shut down in 1944.

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