Verlag Pariser Tageszeitung

Georg Bernhard, with the help of friends, began to publish the Pariser Tageblatt in Decemeber 1933. Bernhard became the editor-in-chief and Wladimir Poliakov became the publisher. On June 11, 1936, a conflict between Bernhard and Poliakov escalated and Bernhard renamed the newspaper Pariser Tageszeitung. There were accusations that Poliakov threatened to collaborate with the Nazi regime, although this proved later to be unfounded.

The Pariser Tageszeitung was published until February 17, 1940. Bernhard was briefly interned in a camp, but was able to escape to the United States.

Resources

  • Bracher, Karl Dietrich, and Hans-Peter Schwarz, eds. Vierteljahrshefte für Zeitgeschichite. Stuttgart: Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt, 1981.
  • Fischer, Ernst. Verleger, Buchhändler und Antiquare aus Deutschland und Österreich in der Emigration nach 1933. Stuttgart: Verband Deutscher Antiquare, 2011. 
  • “Leon Poliakov.” Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. Web. 03 Dec. 2012.
Location: Paris
Period: 1933-1940
Publisher(s): Wladimir Poliakov; Fritz Wolff (July 9, 1897, Graudenz/West Prussia – 1946)
Main Focus: Left-wing publications
Number of Titles Published: unknown