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1952: The tabloid BILD is born  
Anyone who visited Axel Springer in the spring of 1952 at his house at Falkenstein, high above the Elbe river, found Germany’s biggest publisher on his hands and knees. Crawling through his living room on all fours, surrounded by clippings, headlines, photos and drawings, and with his scissors and gluepot beside him, the lord of the manor was busy creating a new newspaper.

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Which German tabloid newspaper was first published on 25 June 1952?
  Bams
  BILD
  Bildwoche
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