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Australische Deutsche Zeitung
Title : Australische Deutsche Zeitung Australische Deutsche Zeitung
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Source : Australische Deutsche Zeitung, 4 March 1870, p. 1
Date of creation : 1870
Format : Newspaper
Dimensions : 475 x 325 mm
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Description :
Friedrich Basedow and his brother-in-law Charles Barton established the Tanunda Deutsche Zeitung in 1863 when its competitor Sud Australische Zeitung moved to Adelaide. In 1870 the title was changed to Australische Deutsche Zeitung, in an attempt to widen its readership. The change of title also reflected the establishment of a Melbourne edition of the newspaper, printed between 1870 and 1872. Only one copy of the Melbourne edition is known to have survived, and no issues are held by the State Library. In 1875 the two competing German language newsapers combined to become the Australische Zeitung under the editorship of Carl Muecke.
Related names :

Barton, Charles

Basedow, Friedrich

Muecke, Carl, 1815-1898

Australische Zeitung (Adelaide, S. Aust.)

Sud Australische Zeitung (Tanunda, S. Aust.)

Tanunda Deutsche Zeitung (Tanunda, S. Aust.)

Coverage year : 1870
Place : Tanunda (S. Aust.)
Further reading :
'Death of Dr Carl Muecke', Adelaide observer, 8 January 1898, p. 16
'Late Mr MPF Basedow', Adelaide observer, 15 March 1902, p. 32



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