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Three Reproduction Newspapers with dramatic front page news.

£9.99

Product description

Three reproduction news papers with dramatic events on the front page.

The Daily Mirror 29th November 1919 Plymouth elects Lady Astor the first woman MP.

The Evening News June 21st 1955. Ruth Ellis to Hang, the last woman in Britain to be sentenced to death and executed. Her case and two contemporary miscarriages of justice was hugely influential in raising public antipathy to capital punishment and its eventual abolition.

The Express September 15th 1982. Princess Grace Dead. The death of princess Grace of Monaco following a car accident.

Three very different women, from different generations with very different lives and fates.

The reproduction newspapers are complete and in very good clean and readable condition they have been folded for storage but the creases have not caused any damage to the pages.

There is much more here than the headlines, enjoy a walk through the 20th Century or latterly a trip down memory lane or debate the progress of women’s rights and their treatment by the press before social media and 24 hour news.


Item details

Condition:
Used: very good
Country of origin:
United Kingdom
Number of items:
3
Type:
Newspaper

About this item

Three reproduction news papers with dramatic events on the front page.

The Daily Mirror 29th November 1919 Plymouth elects Lady Astor the first woman MP.

The Evening News June 21st 1955. Ruth Ellis to Hang, the last woman in Britain to be sentenced to death and executed. Her case and two contemporary miscarriages of justice was hugely influential in raising public antipathy to capital punishment and its eventual abolition.

The Express September 15th 1982. Princess Grace Dead. The death of princess Grace of Monaco following a car accident.

Three very different women, from different generations with very different lives and fates.

The reproduction newspapers are complete and in very good clean and readable condition they have been folded for storage but the creases have not caused any damage to the pages.

There is much more here than the headlines, enjoy a walk through the 20th Century or latterly a trip down memory lane or debate the progress of women’s rights and their treatment by the press before social media and 24 hour news.


Condition:
Used: very good
Country of origin:
United Kingdom
Number of items:
3
Type:
Newspaper

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