Revolutionizing Weimar Germany's Public Sphere: The Invasion of the Worker

Path 7: Comparisons to Tucholsky's Photo Reportages in Magazines

My rationale for this path and its structure:

Before publishing GG, Tucholsky published several articles that were accompanied by photographs in publications that were directed at the working class: The "Arbeiter-Illustrierte-Zeitung (AIZ) and "Die Freie Welt". 
​However, looking at some examples, it becomes clear that the photographs were often just mere ornaments or illustrations for Tucholsky's texts. An effective montage principle, which would guide the readers (not to speak of even teaching them) how to see photographs in relation to the text, would only emerge in GG. 

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