The 1930s - News of the Decade Personalised Hardback Book

The 1930s - News of the Decade Personalised Hardback Book
 The 1930s - News of the Decade Personalised Hardback BookThe 1930s - News of the Decade Personalised Hardback Book 

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Relive the stories from the 1st World War through the Newspaper Reports of the time with this superb personalised hardback book. The book covers the events leading to and during this cataclysmic event in history. Itíll gives a captivating insight into the major events during the war as it was fought in Europe and across the world. This unique historical gift is fully personalised and the recipient will receive:

  • A hardback book on WW1 through Daily Mirror newspaper articles printed at the time and featuring rare photos of the First World War from 1914 to 1918
  • A personalised message on the inside cover of the book with the option of gold embossing the recipients name on the front cover
  • A hardback book bound in a green leatherette cover with the option of a black leather cover.
  • The book is tabloid sized and measures 38 x 31cm.

Each page is filled with pictures and First World War newspapers that record major events, such as the Battles of Somme and Ypres, the abdication of Tsar Nicholas II, the comings and goings of influential figures such as Lord Kitchener and Sir Douglas Haig, whilst documenting the action in Anzac, Czernowitz and Zeebrugge. This book includes action on land, sky and sea such as the sinking of cruisers Mainz, Blucher, Queen Mary and Black Prince, war amid the sand dunes of South-West Africa and Zeppelin airship attacks over London.

The books content is taken from past issues of the Daily Mirror, and are therefore in a tabloid sized format, measuring a remarkable 38 x 31cm. The beautiful made to order book is then hand bound in a choice of high quality hardback covers. The Daily Mirror is Britainís best-selling post war newspaper up to the 1970ís since it was established in 1903. Through broad journalistic content, including photographs (something many competing titles didnít utilise), advertisements etc. the Daily Mirror provides superior insight into the past.