World War 2 Historic Newspaper Memorabilia Book

World War 2 Historic Newspaper Memorabilia Book
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World War 2 Historic Newspaper Memorabilia BookWorld War 2 Historic Newspaper Memorabilia BookWorld War 2 Historic Newspaper Memorabilia BookWorld War 2 Historic Newspaper Memorabilia Book


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Relive the events of the Second World War through the news stories as originally reported by The Daily Mirror, one of the most prominent World War 2 newspaper platforms at the time. This unique historical gift is fully personalised and the recipient will receive:

  • A hardback book on World War 2 through Daily Mirror newspaper articles printed at the time and featuring rare photos from 1939 to 1945.
  • A personalised message on the inside cover of the book with FREE gold embossing of 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.

This World War 2 book begins on the 2nd September 1939 with the Nazi invasion of Poland. It encompasses various major events of the war in Europe including the rescue at Dunkirk, the D-day landings, the Allied invasion of Italy, the advance into Germany, and finally VE Day. This book on the Second World War also includes World War 2 newspaper clippings of other major engagements across the world; the North African campaigns, the fall of Hong Kong and Singapore, the fighting in Burma, and the bombing and surrender of Japan.

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.