Tages-Anzeiger

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Tages-Anzeiger is a large Swiss newspaper, which is focused on the Greater Zürich region. In Switzerland, it is often called Tagi. It is the newspaper with the highest circulation, among the subscription-based newspapers in Switzerland. It reaches about 338,000 people a day. Together with Blick and Neue Zürcher Zeitung, it is one of the most influential newspapers in the German-speaking part of Switzerland. The newspaper often has a left-wing, liberal focus.

Tages-Anzeiger was first published on March 2, 1893. It wanted to reach a large readership, and also targeted women. It also wanted to be seen as independent of political parties. In 1931, Adolf Hitler published an article, "Was wollen wir Nationalsozialisten", in 1933, Benito Mussolini published seven articles. Winston Churchill also published articles.