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Wolffs Telegraphisches Bureau (1849–1934) was founded by the German Bernhard Wolff (1811–1879), the editor of the Vossische Zeitung and founder of the National-Zeitung (1848-1938).

It was one of the first press agencies in Europe and one of the three major European telegraph monopolies until the World War II-era, along with the British Reuters and the French Havas. In 1865, they formed a European news cartel.[1]