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Title page in Die Schammade. From New York Public Library Digital Collections.

"Kassák and Uitz found Ma to promote modernist art, international and Hungarian. In 1920, Ma is banned and Kassák moves to Vienna, where he continues to produce the journal for a Hungarian audience until 1926..." Dada & Modernist Magazines.com/journals ...'firm stand against war' (Passuth)

"Kassák and Uitz found Ma to promote modernist art, international and Hungarian. In 1920, Ma is banned and Kassák moves to Vienna, where he continues to produce the journal for a Hungarian audience until 1926..." Dada & Modernist Magazines.com/journals ...'firm stand against war' (Passuth)

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