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World War Two

President Roosevelt is Dead; Truman to Continue Policies

President Roosevelt is Dead; Truman to Continue Policies

FDR Dies - 1945

The Roosevelt Dime: 1946 First Year of Roosevelt Dime

The Roosevelt Dime began production in 1946. This page studies its inception, Roosevelt dime values and trends.

Censored for days, this picture was finally published in the Mail. Now, 70 years on, Max Hastings reveals the dramatic story behind THE iconic image of the Blitz

Today is the ­anniversary of one of the greatest photographs of World War II being taken — and of a defining ­moment in British history.

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This is your gateway to over TWO million pages of the 20th Century's biggest-selling newspapers, from 1900 to today, all as published on the day they were published and all searchable by name, word or phrase.

The Gloucestershire Echo reporting on the D-Day landings of seventy years ago.

The Gloucestershire Echo reporting on the D-Day landings of seventy years ago.

May 24, 1945

WW2 NEWSPAPER MAY 24 1945 HIMMLER SUICIDE ADMIRAL DOENITZ ALBERT SPEER BNP 10

May 24, 1945

London celebrates end of World War 1

London celebrates end of World War 1

Coronavirus

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Royals

The King is Dead: Death of King George VI, February 1952 (Yorkshire Evening Post)

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Historic Events

What Is A Headline | Chicago Tribune headline after Capone's conviction on October 17, 1931 ...

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On July 21st, 1969, The Irish Times’s front page carried a photograph from the surface alongside head shots of Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin. The headline read: “Two men walk on the Moon.”

On July 21st, 1969, The Irish Times’s front page carried a photograph from the surface alongside head shots of Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin. The headline read: “Two men walk on the Moon.”

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Ireland

Evening Herald, "Michael Collins Dead", Dublin, Wednesday August 23, 1922, with front page full l

Bid Live on Lot 9 in the 800 Years of Irish Political, Literary & Military History Auction from Adams.

18 April 1949. The Republic of Ireland Act 1948 became law. It declared that Ireland would be officially described as the Republic of Ireland, and vested in the President of Ireland the power to exercise the executive authority of the state.

18 April 1949. The Republic of Ireland Act 1948 became law. It declared that Ireland would be officially described as the Republic of Ireland, and vested in the President of Ireland the power to exercise the executive authority of the state.

29 August 1975 – Éamon de Valera died in Dublin, aged 92.

ORIGINAL NEWSPAPER FROM THE EASTER RISING 1916 VERY RARE AND HIGHLY COLLECTABLE

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Evening Herald, "Michael Collins Dead", Dublin, Wednesday August 23, 1922, with front page full l

Bid Live on Lot 9 in the 800 Years of Irish Political, Literary & Military History Auction from Adams.

18 April 1949. The Republic of Ireland Act 1948 became law. It declared that Ireland would be officially described as the Republic of Ireland, and vested in the President of Ireland the power to exercise the executive authority of the state.

18 April 1949. The Republic of Ireland Act 1948 became law. It declared that Ireland would be officially described as the Republic of Ireland, and vested in the President of Ireland the power to exercise the executive authority of the state.

President Roosevelt is Dead; Truman to Continue Policies

President Roosevelt is Dead; Truman to Continue Policies

29 August 1975 – Éamon de Valera died in Dublin, aged 92.

ORIGINAL NEWSPAPER FROM THE EASTER RISING 1916 VERY RARE AND HIGHLY COLLECTABLE

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What Is A Headline | Chicago Tribune headline after Capone's conviction on October 17, 1931 ...

What Is A Headline | Chicago Tribune headline after Capone's conviction on October 17, 1931 ...

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On July 21st, 1969, The Irish Times’s front page carried a photograph from the surface alongside head shots of Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin. The headline read: “Two men walk on the Moon.”

On July 21st, 1969, The Irish Times’s front page carried a photograph from the surface alongside head shots of Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin. The headline read: “Two men walk on the Moon.”