“Ilustrowany Kuryer Codzienny” (‘IKC”)

“Ilustrowany Kuryer Codzienny” (“IKC”) was the most popular Polish daily newspaper before the war. The Sunday edition usually had 250,000 copies, which was the highest circulation in Poland at that time. The newspaper was founded by the publisher and editor-in-chief Marian Dąbrowski. The first copy appeared on December 17 1910 and the newspaper was published until 1939. The editorial office was located in the Spiski Palace on the Main Square in Krakow, and the printing house on Krupnicza St. Later, the editorial office changed its location many times.

Later, “IKC” became a real concern that published five illustrated weeklies such as:

  • travel and science magazine “Na szerokim świecie”
  • popular magazine “Światowid”
  • satirical weekly magazine “Wróble na Dachu”
  • sports weekly magazine “Raz, dwa, trzy”
  • sensational weekly magazine “As”
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