Ernst Keil

Ernst Keil in 1878 Ernst Victor Keil (6 December 1816 – 23 March 1878) was a German bookseller, journalist, editor and publisher. His early publications promoted liberal views and satirized famous politicians leading up to the German revolutions of 1848–49, resulting in government censorship and earning him a short prison stay in 1852. He then developed , a weekly illustrated magazine aimed at enlightening and entertaining the whole family, particularly the middle and lower classes of society. It became the first successful mass-market German language magazine. By the time of his death in 1878, had reached a paid circulation of 382,000 and an actual readership of at least 2 million, making it one of the most widely read publications in the world at the time. Keil's work had a significant and lasting influence on the formation of a German national identity before, during and after the unification of Germany in 1871. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Keil, Ernst
Published 1991
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Published 1981
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by Keil, Ernst-Edmund
Published 1980
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by Keil, Ernst-Edmund
Published 1980
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by Keil, Ernst-Edmund
Published 1986
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by Keil, Ernst-Edmund
Published 1986
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by Keil, Ernst-Edmund
Published 1986
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by Keil, Ernst-Edmund
Published 1984
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by Keil, Ernst-Edmund
Published 1990
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by Keil, Ernst-Edmund
Published 1988
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by Keil, Ernst-Edmund
Published 1981
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by Keil, Ernst-Edmund
Published 1986
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by Keil, Ernst-Edmund
Published 1982
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by Keil, Ernst-Edmund
Published 1984
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by Keil, Ernst-Edmund
Published 1983
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Published 1983
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