B.Z.

B.Z.

Billy Wilder as gigolo

– © BZ

Legendary director Bill Wilder wrote a first person report as gigolo in the Hotel Adlon, uncoverer Oswalt Kolle was once editor-in-chief there. The B.Z. is a paper with tradition. At its founding on 01 October, 1977, the paper was still called Berliner Zeitung, abbreviated as B.Z. Leopold Ullstein bought it in 1878. After the suspension during the Second World War and the return of the Nazis dispossessed Ullstein assets, the B.Z appeared again for the first time on 19 November, 1953. In 1960, the publisher Axel Springer took over the Ullstein publishing house and with it also the B.Z. One shouldn’t mix up “Berlin’s largest paper” (self-advertisement) with the since 1945 appearing “Berliner Zeitung” and the, also in the DDR appearing, “Boulevardzeitung BZ am Abend”, which today is operating under the name “Berliner Kurier”.

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Kurfürstendamm 21
10719 Berlin Charlottenburg

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