Lausitzer Rundschau is a daily regional newspaper published in Cottbus, Brandenburg, Germany. It has been in circulation since 1946. Lausitzer Rundschau was founded in Bautzen and first published with a cover price of 15 pfennigs, on 20 May 1946. It was a regional media outlet of the East German ruling party, Socialist Unity Party, and the editor-in-chief was Paula Acker. In 1952 the offices of the paper moved to Görlitz, the largest town in the Upper Lusatia region. The paper consisted of eight pages. On 5 August 1952 the paper moved to its current headquarters in Cottbus. More information...

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