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The following is a list of satirical magazines from around the world.


Name Country Place of publication First edition Lasted till Comments
Berliner Wespen Germany Berlin 1868 1891 Precursor "Hamburger wasps," successor "German wasps"
Charlie Hebdo France 1969 1981
Cyrulik Warszawski Poland Warsaw 1926 1934 associated with the Skamander literary circle; the title Cyrulik Warszawski translates as "The Barber of Warsaw"
Dikobraz Czechoslovakia
Czech Republic (from 1993)
1945 1995 from 1990 under the title Nový Dikobraz; briefly revived 2004Template:Ndash2005 under the title Dikobraz a Zabaveno; the title Dikobraz translates as "Old World Porcupine"
Der Drache Germany Leipzig 1919 1925
Der Postillon Germany Fürth 2008 bis heute
Der Wahre Jacob Germany Stuttgart 1879 1933
Düsseldorfer Monatshefte Germany Düsseldorf 1847 1861
Eine Zeitung Germany Bremen 2005 bis heute
Eulenspiegel Germany 1848 1853
Eulenspiegel Germany Berlin 1954 bis heute The only satire magazine of the GDR
Frischer Wind SBZ/DDR Berlin 1946 1954 Precursor of the Eulenspiegel
Gırgır Türkei Istanbul 1972 1989
Hamburger Wespen Germany Hamburg 1862 1868
Figaro Österreich Wien 1857 1919
Fliegende Blätter Germany München 1845 1944
Fun UK London 1861 1901
Grönköpings Veckoblad Schweden 1902
Hara-Kiri France 1961
Il Becco Giallo Italy Rome 1924 1931
Il Male Italy 1978 1982
Karuzela Poland Łódź 1957 1992
Kikeriki Österreich Wien 1861 1933
Kladderadatsch Germany Berlin 1848 1944
Krokodil Soviet Union
Russian Federation (from 1991)
Moscow 1922 2004 from 2001 under the title Novyi Krokodil («Новый Крокодил»); the only satirical magazine in the world to be honoured with a musical composition: "5 Romances to the Words from the Crocodile Magazine" («5 романсов на слова из журнала „Крокодил“») by Dmitri Shostakovich (1965)
Le Canard enchaîné France Paris 1915 ongoing
Le Charivari France Paris 1832 1937
Leuchtkugeln Germany München 1848 1851
Liberum Veto Poland Cracow 1903 1905
Mucha Poland Warsaw 1868 1952
Münchener Punsch Germany München 1848 1871
Nebelspalter Switzerland Zürich
Rorschach (from 1921)
Basle (from 1996)
Horn (from 1998)
1875 ongoing world's oldest satirical magazine in existence (since the cessation of the Punch)
proscribed in Nazi Germany
pardon Germany 1962 1982
Private Eye UK 1961 ongoing
Przegięcie Pały Poland 1988 1989 founded by Krzysztof Skiba
associated with the Ruch Społeczeństwa Alternatywnego & Orange Alternative movements
Punch UK London 1841 1992
Różowe Domino Poland
(under Austrian partition)
(now Lviv)
1882 1890 whole print runs frequently confiscated by the censorship of Austria-Hungary; the title translates as "Pink Domino"
Simplicissimus Germany München 1896 1944
Süddeutscher Postillon Germany München 1882 1910
Svikmøllen Dänemark 1915
Szpilki Poland Warsaw
(Łódź 1945Template:Ndash1947)
1935 1994 founded by Eryk Lipiński & Zbigniew Mitzner; publication suspended during the Second World War between September 1939 and March 1945, and again for a few months during the dictatorship of General Jaruzelski
The Daily Mash UK
Teacher's Diary UK a brief Private Eye spin-off
Towfiq Iran Teheran 1923 1971
Ulenspiegel Germany Berlin 1945 1950
Ulk Germany Hamburg 1872 1933
Titanic Germany Frankfurt am Main 1979 bis heute
Watzmann Österreich 1982 1985
Wiadomości Brukowe Poland
(under Russian partition)
(now Vilnius)
1816 1822 closed by the censorship of the Russian Empire; continued surreptitiously as Bałamut until 1836; the oldest satirical magazine in the world; the title Wiadomości Brukowe translates as "Gutter-rag News"

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