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Type: Original
Language: Russian
Images: 2
Bagrat Yeritsian published several satirical journals, most famously the Armenian-language Khatab...
Type: Book
Language: Georgian
Images: 10
This 1903 collection of Georgian fairy tales was illustrated by Oskar Schmerling.
Type: Original
Language: Russian
Images: 10
Here we present Jalil Mammadguluzadeh's petitions related to the publication of Molla Nasreddin.
Type: Journal
Language: Armenian
Issues: 6
Images: 18
Khatabala was an Armenian satirical journal published from 1906 until 1922.
Type: Journal
Language: Azerbaijani
Issues: 16
Images: 27
Molla Nasreddin was the first satirical magazine in the Azeri language...
Type: Book
Language: Georgian
Images: 11
This is a set of postcards representing life in old Tbilisi.
Type: Journal
Language: Georgian
Issues: 18
Images: 61
Satan's Whip was a satirical Georgian magazine.
Type: Original
Language: Georgian
Images: 2
Oskar Schmerling died of natural causes on January 2, 1938.
Type: Original
Language: Russian
Images: 4
In February 1914, Oskar Schmerling began work as a drawing instructor at the Mikhailov Trade Scho...
Type: Original
Language: Russian
Images: 3
In September 1928, at 65 years old, Schmerling wrote this letter to the presidium of the Central ...
Type: Journal
Language: Georgian
Issues: 3
Images: 7
Slingshot (შურდული) was a satirical Georgian magazine.
Type: Journal
Language: Georgian
Issues: 1
Images: 14
Tartarozi was a satirical Georgian magazine from the early Soviet era.