Katzenjammer Kids cartoon drawn by Rudolf Dirks in 1897 for the New York Journal, featuring Hans and Fritz, two incorrigible children; the name Katzenjammer came from German Katzen (combining form of Katze ‘cat’) + Jammer ‘distress’.
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