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Conservative Berlin newspaper 1848‒1939, its full name the Neue Preußische Kreuz-Zeitung [New Prussian Cross Newspaper]

Founded in 1848, the Kreuz-Zeitung was the organ of the Prussian Christian Conservative party, and supporter of the Prussian monarchy, hence highly conservative and anti-democratic. The paper ran continuously until 1939, when it was shut down by the Nazis. "Kreuz" referred to the Iron Cross, a military decoration (black cross on white or silver ground) in the Kingdom of Prussia and symbol of the German army, which was its emblem.

Walter Dahms was music critic for the paper in the 1910s, and wrote in support of Schenker and his theories in its pages.


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