Berlin Rome Tokyo (magazine)

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Title page, vol. 1, no. 5 (1939)

The German magazine Berlin Rom Tokio: Monthly for the deepening of the cultural relations of the peoples of the world-political triangle was a periodical in the time of National Socialism , which appeared in Berlin and there from volume 1 (1939) issue 1 to the discontinuation with volume 6 (1944 ) Issue 5 was printed by Verlag Ernst Steiniger.

The strongly propaganda-oriented monthly was published by the Berlin Foreign Office by Paul Carell after Italy joined the Anti-Comintern Pact of 1936 . As a lavishly designed, bilingual magazine (German / Italian) in four-color printing, it was supposed to accompany and document the close cooperation between these three countries.


  • Oskar Schneider-Kynast: Three Powers Pact, Berlin - Rome - Tokyo . National publishing company W. Conrad & Co., Leipzig 1940
  • Peter Longerich : Propagandists at War. The press department of the Foreign Office under Ribbentrop ( Studies on Contemporary History ; Vol. 33), Oldenbourg Verlag, Munich 1987. ISBN 3-486-54111-0
  • Paul W. Frey: Fascist Far East Policy. Italy, China and the emergence of the world-political triangle Rome-Berlin-Tokyo ( Italy in Past and Present , Vol. 7) Peter Lang Verlag, Frankfurt am Main / New York 1997

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Individual evidence

  1. Title: Rivista mensile per lo sviluppo dei rapporti culturali fra i popoli del triangolo Berlino, Roma, Tokyo
  2. Peter Longerich: Propagandisten im Krieg (1987), pp. 260-262.