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Name: ABC, daily informative newspaper, editorial board and contributors (1926 --1939)


Historical Note:

ABC and then ABC  --  Nowiny Codzienne (Daily News) officially presented itself as a non-partisan edition this newspaper characterizes as nationalistic in the ideology of National Democracy (Endecja). As such, its antisemitic character was also obvious.

It published articles of S. Grabski, S. Piasecki, priest Stanislaw Trzeciak. Additionally the ABC published novellas and short stories by A. Blazejewski, S. Dzikowski, J. Jukowski, A. Marczynski, B. Orlinski, K. Makuszynski, Wl. Jan Grabski, T. Gluzinski, J. Gwisdalewicz and also reportages from Spain and Abyssinia.

In the early 1930s, in the editorial board, the confrontation began between young national-radicals and the journalists of older generation who were regarded as supporters of parliamentarianism and liberalism.

Stanislaw Strzetelski was editor-in-chief. Since 1934, he became associated with Oboz Narodowo Radykalny or ONR (The National-Radical Camp).

This periodical was affiliated with the publishing house of Mazowiecka Spolka Wydawnicza (The Mazowian Publishing Corporation).

The ABC regularly presented the following permanent rubrics, Fiction, Novellas in parts (to be continued), Translations, Film, Music, Sculpture, Theater, Satire and Humor, Fashion, Advertisement.



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