War newspapers instantly transport us back to the past. Shocking and world-shattering, war is a part of the fabric of change, weaving economic struggles with greed and power. You can read first-hand accounts of reporters who witnessed the events as they unravelled, along with original adverts, interviews and rarely-seen photographs from the era.
They say, if we don’t learn from our history, we’re doomed to repeat it, which is why our books on war are more than relics from post-war aftermath. Historians, students or anyone with a keen sense of history will be fascinated to see just how much society has changed and how as a world we’ve come to react to the reality of war.