For other uses of "ULK", see ULK (disambiguation).

The German language satirical magazine Ulk was printed from 1872 until 1933 by the publisher Rudolf Mosse. Its headquarters was in Berlin, Germany.[1]

Initially it was an independent weekly paper as Wochenblatt für Humor und Satire. It was a supplement to the Berliner Tageblatt and the Berliner Volks-Zeitung, both published by Mosse.

Contributors to the Ulk included Hans Reimann, Kurt Tucholsky, Lyonel Feininger, and Heinrich Zille.


  1. Elisabeth Cheauré; Regine Nohejl, eds. (October 2014). Humour and Laughter in History: Transcultural Perspectives. transcript. p. 80. ISBN 978-3-8394-2858-0. Retrieved 29 May 2015.
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