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This personalized book is a truly meaningful way to gain insight into the past through the mediums of journalistic reportage and iconic photographs.
- Personalize with any name, personal message and optional embossing
- Contains LA Times reprints from throughout the 1940s
- Bound in a stylish green leatherette cover with gold embossing
- Emboss the cover for free
- Measures 12.5 x 15’’
Do you know a budding historian? Do you want to give the gift knowledge and history? Look no further than this newspapers of the 1940s book, which collates genuine newspaper coverage from the LA Times throughout the 1940s. This book uses reportage to plot a fascinating history to offer unrivalled insight into years gone by. World War II dominates the headlines featured throughout this book, with detailed coverage of the tumultuous conflict that occurred and US involvement in it. Early headlines detail the Nazi invasion of Europe, Roosevelt’s compelling ‘Arsenal of Democracy’ speech in 1940 and coverage of Japan’s bombing of Pearl Harbour.
Although the aftermath of the war is a predominant theme throughout the book, there is also a wealth of alternative coverage such as the destructive Fort Lauderdale hurricane in 1947, Gandhi’s death in 1948 and Truman’s recognition of the new state of Israel. For added charm, personalise this book with a name and presentation message.
How to Personalize the Newspapers of the 1940s Book
For a truly meaningful gift, personalize this book with any name and a message on the certificate label in the book’s dedication page. You can also gold emboss the recipient’s name on the book’s front cover.
Bound in a stylish green hardback cover, finished with gold embossing, this book measures an impressive 12.5 x 15’’ and features 100 stories and two cover pages (it contains 102 pages in total).