Memorable Headlines 1948

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Newspaper headlines from years between First and Second World Wars.

"Hindenburg sets up record on U.S.A. Flight" Evening Standard 8th May 1936, Friday. "Lady Astor takes her seat - first woman in the House." "Marriage of the Duke of York." "Storming of...



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