Underground press
The underground press were the independently published and distributed underground papers associated with the counterculture of the late 1960s and early 1970s in the United States, Canada, United King...
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Richmond Chronicle (underground newspaper)
Richmond Chronicle was an underground newspaper published in Richmond, Virginia. It had no connection to earlier papers published in Richmond bearing the same name. Launched in the summer of 1969 as t...
Space City (newspaper)
Space City was an underground newspaper published in Houston, Texas from June 5, 1969 to August 3, 1972. The founders were SDS veterans and former members of the staff of the Austin, Texas, undergroun...
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The Rag
The Rag was an underground newspaper published in Austin, Texas from 1966-1977. The sixth member of the Underground Press Syndicate, and the first underground paper in the South, The Rag was one of t...
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Brighton Voice
Brighton Voice was an alternative or underground newspaper published in Brighton, England in the 1970s and 1980s.
Brighton Voice was one of the many alternative local newspapers that sprung up in ...
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Kaleidoscope (newspaper)
Kaleidoscope was an underground newspaper that was published in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Founded by John Kois, radio disk jockey Bob Reitman, and John Sahli (a member of The Shags), it was published from...
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Hippies (TV series)
Hippies is a six-part British television comedy series broadcast from 12 November to 17 December 1999. It was created by Arthur Mathews and Graham Linehan, the writing partnership most famous for Fath...
Garfield Thomas Watertunnel (newspaper)
The Garfield Thomas Watertunnel was a counterculture underground newspaper based in University Park, Pennsylvania. It was named after a military research facility at the nearby Pennsylvania State Uni...
Pittsburgh Fair Witness
Pittsburgh Fair Witness was a radical counterculture underground newspaper published in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania from 1970 to 1973. The first 9 monthly issues were published starting in February 1970 ...
Dutch underground press
The Dutch underground press was part of the resistance to German occupation of the Netherlands in World War II. After the occupation of the Netherlands in May 1940, the Germans quickly took control ov...
Combat (newspaper)
Combat (French for "fight") was a French newspaper created during the Second World War. Originally a clandestine newspaper of the Resistance, it was headed by Albert Ollivier, Jean Bloch-Michel, Georg...
The Inquisition (underground newspaper)
The Inquisition was an underground newspaper produced by high school students -- mostly attending East Mecklenburg High School -- and their various friends bi-monthly in Charlotte, North Carolina fro...
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Samizdat
Samizdat (Russian: самизда́т; [səmɨzˈdat]) was a key form of dissident activity across the Soviet bloc in which individuals reproduced censored publications by hand and passed the documents from r...
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De Wervelwind
De Wervelwind (Eng: The Tornado) was a journal published in London and dropped by the Royal Air Force over the Netherlands during the Second World War. The final edition was larger and was handed out ...
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ArtCrimes
ArtCrimes was a Cleveland cult underground publication published by Steven B. Smith. The zine was influenced by the beats, and was consistent with the style of publications from the days of Kerouac, C...
Rebirth (newspaper)
Rebirth was a short-lived hippie underground newspaper in Phoenix, Arizona, which published nine biweekly and weekly issues between May 20, 1968 and August 1969. Published in tabloid format and featur...
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Tuesday's Child (newspaper)
Tuesday's Child was a short-lived counterculture underground newspaper published in Los Angeles, California, USA, starting on November 11, 1969. Self-described on its masthead as "An ecumenical, educa...
Trouw
Trouw ([trʌu]; English: Loyalty) is a Dutch daily newspaper appearing in compact size. It was founded in 1943 as an underground newspaper during World War II. Since 2009, it is owned by De Persgro...
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Samisdat (zine)
Samisdat debuted as The Berkeley Samisdat Review in June 1973 and over a period of two decades published 244 issues. Samisdat was from the beginning an anti-war, anti-establishment, anti-communist, a...
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The Great Speckled Bird (newspaper)
The Great Speckled Bird was a counterculture underground newspaper based in Atlanta, Georgia from 1968 to 1976. It was founded by New Left activists from Emory University and members of the Southern S...
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Epistemological Letters
Epistemological Letters was a hand-typed, mimeographed, "underground" physics newsletter about quantum physics that was sent out to a private mailing list, or what physicist John Clauser called a "qua...
List of underground newspapers
This is a partial list of the local underground newspapers launched during the Sixties era of the hippie/psychedelic/youth/counterculture/New Left/antiwar movements, approximately 1965-1972, in the US...
Brīvā Latvija (1943–44)
Brīvā Latvija. Latvju Raksti (Free Latvia. Latvian Writings) was the name of an underground, anti-German resistance newspaper in Nazi-occupied Latvia during World War II. Its first four issues appeare...
Peninsula Observer
The Peninsula Observer was an underground newspaper published in Palo Alto, California from July 7, 1967 to November 1969. Co-founded by Barry Greenberg and David Ransom, it was produced by Stanford u...
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