Category:Gartenlaube (Magazine)

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Die Gartenlaube ("The Garden Arbor")   (Wikidata search (Cirrus search) Wikidata query (SPARQL)  Create new Wikidata item based on this file)
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Die Gartenlaube ("The Garden Arbor")
Ernst Keil's Nachfolger
Journal - Bourgeois (middle class)
Language German
Publication date 1853-1937 (1938-1944 "Die neue Gartenlaube" )
Place of publication Leipzig & Berlin
Source scans der Sammelbände, ein Teil der Inhaltsverzeichnisse von Abenteuer Literatur
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Die Gartenlaube 
German magazine, since 1853
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Die Gartenlaubes første utgivelse i 1953, med Ferdinand Stolle som redaktør (Herausgeber).
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