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The Ottoman Turkish satirical magazine Aydede (Ottoman Turkish: آى دده‎) appeared in a first episode from January to November 1922 twice a week in 90 issues.I ts owner and publisher Refik Halit Karay (1888-1965), a well-known poet and journalist, criticized through the published articles, poems, and caricatures not only the social inconveniences and imbalances within the Turkish society but also the young Turkish republic in general. Despite the short period of its publication, the magazine influenced the satirical style of many intellectuals and subsequent satirical magazines, including Akbaba. [Read more in Wikipedia](!hhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aydede_(magazine)


A second series of this magazine with a further 125 issues (volume 2 and 3) was published in 1948 and 1949 (also available in this collection).