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That's why they play the game.  Don't just go by the Vegas line.

The French declared war on Germany and started it, the Germans finished it in record time, fighting several nations at once to do it!

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Not just anyone’s ration book, this, but Sir Winston Churchill’s very own ration book! We came across it in our John Johnson Collection of printed ephemera (the image of the man himself is from the Conservative Party Archive).

Nov. 8, 1960: Massachusetts Senator John F. Kennedy defeated Vice President Richard M. Nixon for the presidency.

November Massachusetts Senator John F. Kennedy defeated Vice President Richard M. Nixon for the presidency. [The Boston Globe, November

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Take new and old newspaper articles and turn them into custom frames. Framing newspaper articles made easy by In The News sealing process.

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Date Created/Published: London : National Organising Committee, World War I propaganda poster provided by LOC.

vintage everyday: 28 Newspaper Headlines From the Past That Document History’s Most Important Moments

Here are 28 newspaper headlines that document history’s most important moments—headlines so momentous that anyone reading them knew that the.