Allers Familj-Journal

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Allers Familj-Journal
Allers familj-Journal 1940-22.jpg
First issue with Mandrake inside
Country/language: Mini sweden.gif Sweden / Swedish
Publishing company: Allers
Publishing years: 1940 - 1974
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Illustrated Familj-Journal started in 1879 as a Swedish version of the Danish Illustreret Familie-Journal founded in 1877 by Carl Aller.

In 1894 it moved base to Helsingborg and changed its name to the Allers Familj-Journal. In 1959 the name was changed to Allers Familjournal, which in 1968 was shortened to Allers.

History

The original magazine was a pioneer in including cartoons in magazines in Sweden. Allers Familj-Journal printed Mandrake in the years 1940-1974. The two first Mandrake stories was daily strips edited to 'sunday pages'.

Contents

Mandrake stories in Allers

Mandrake stories in Allers Familj-Journal

Mandrake stories in Allers