History and profileEdit
Populär Historia was started in 1991. The founding company was Historiska Media. The magazine is based in Malmö. The owner of the magazine was the LRF Media until 1 June 2016 when it was acquired by the Bonnier Group. Since then the magazine has been published by the Bonnier Publications again in Malmö. It is published on a monthly basis. Jacob Wiberg is the editor-in-chief of the magazine.
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