Die Brennessel

Die Brennessel (German: Stinging Nettle) was a weekly satirical magazine which was published in Munich, Germany, between 1931 and 1938. It was one of the publications which were established to gain popularity among Germans in favor of the Nazi Party.[1] The magazine employed humor as a tool for Nazi propaganda.[2]

Die Brennessel
May 1938 cover alluding to the Great Purge by Stalin
EditorWilhelm Weiss
CategoriesSatirical magazine
FrequencyWeekly
PublisherFranz Eher Nachfolger
First issueJanuary 1931
Final issue1938
CountryGermany
Based inMunich
LanguageGerman

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