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In this 100th anniversary commemorative edition, an authentic viewpoint of the First World War is presented in the form of newspaper articles printed at the time.
- Personalize this book with any name and add a personal message in its opening pages
- Features British newspaper articles, as well as rarely-seen black and white photographs
- Bound with a luxurious black leather cover
- Option to gold emboss the recipient’s name on the front cover
- Presented in a FREE stylish gift box
Give the gift of historical knowledge with this fascinating personalized World War 1 centenary photo book. Specially created to commemorate the war’s 100th anniversary, the pages of this book include original newspaper coverage from the British newspaper, The Daily Mirror. This masterful book tells the tale of the war not only through words but also the medium of photography. Open your eyes to the realities of the war, with more than 30 rarely-seen black and white photographs. This incredible book chronicles the major events in the war as they unfolded. The book opens on 29 June, 1914, with the murder of Archduke Franz Ferdinand—the catalyst for Austria-Hungary’s declaration of war on Serbia. From there, each page is brimming with pages that document the events of the war, including major happenings such as the Battle of the Somme and Tsar Nicholas II’s abdication.
The book’s opening front page montage surrounds your own personalized message, containing the recipient of your gift’s name and a special message of dedication. It can be further personalized by gold embossing the recipient’s name on the front cover.
How to Personalize
The book opens with a front page montage surrounding your own personalized certificate comprising the recipient’s name, up to 22 characters, and a message, up to five lines of 30 characters. It can be further personalized by gold embossing the recipient’s name on the front cover.
Individually bound in an elegant black leather cover, this hardback book is roughly 12 x 15”. This special centenary edition contains hundreds of Daily Mirror articles, as well as 32 black and white photographs.