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Dečje Novine

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The founder of "Dečje Novine" was Srećko Jovanović. The first issue of "Dečje Novine" published under the tittle "Dečja Politika". Publishing house has been incredible progress and development of the eighties yeras of 20th century to the beginning of the nineties, with the outbreak of war in Yugoslavia and the disintegration of the state, failed completely.

Phantom publications published by Dečje Novine

Serialized "The Phantom" titles

Title Year(s) Issues
Biblioteka Nostalgija 1981–1991 4 (14 in total)

As backup title

Title Year(s) Issues
EKS Almanah 1976 - 1989 1 (of 538 in total)
EKS/1 godišnjak 1980 - 1981 1 (of 2 in total)
Mini EKS Almanah 1980 - 1982 3 (of 28 in total)
Super EKS Almanah 1980 - 1989 15 (of 99 in total)
Mandrak magazin 1989 - 1990 6 (of 14 in total)