Los Angeles Evening Hearld and Express

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1945 - 1023 Ships, 1257 Planes Bagged by U.S. 3rd Fleet
1945 - 1023 Ships, 1257 Planes Bagged by U.S. 3rd Fleet
This newspaper pertains to WWII news, other international, national, state, and local news and advertising. PAGES: 12, MEASUREMENTS: 21 1/2" X 16", CONDITION: There is slight discoloration of the newsprint. The upper and lower right corners of the newspaper are dog-eared. The newspaper shows normal wear and tear. COPIES: 1.
1945 - 480,000 Atom Bomb Casualties, Say Nips - Russ Seize Manchuria Emperor...
1945 - 480,000 Atom Bomb Casualties, Say Nips - Russ Seize Manchuria Emperor...
This newspaper pertains to the events of WWII as well as other international, national, state, and local news and advertising. PAGES: 8, MEASUREMENTS: 21 1/2" X 16 1/4", CONDITION: The newpaper is brittle with some discoloration of the paper. There is slight wear and tear present. COPIES: 1.
1945 - Army Point System To End by Winter - More Thousands Join Strikes in U.S....
1945 - Army Point System To End by Winter - More Thousands Join Strikes in U.S....
The headlines pertain to the point system of demobilization of soldiers. There is also other international, national, state, and local news and advertising. PAGES: 16, MEASUREMENTS: 21 1/2" X 16 1/4", CONDITION: The newsprint in this paper is brittle and there is slight discoloration. Just under the center fold line in the middle of the paper is about a 1" piece missing. The newspaper edges show normal wear and tare. COPIES: 1.
1945 - EXTRA - British Labor Vote Defeats Churchill - Fleet Poised for New Jap...
1945 - EXTRA - British Labor Vote Defeats Churchill - Fleet Poised for New Jap...
Lead story is the defeat of Churchill. The remainder of the news pertains to WWII, international, national, state, and local news and advertising. PAGES: 12, MEASUREMENT: 21 1/4" X 16", CONDITION: The newsprint is moderately discolored. Many of the pages show extensive damage to the edges. There are several small perpendicular tears at the center fold line.
1945 - M'Arthur Dictates Mikado Peace Move
1945 - M'Arthur Dictates Mikado Peace Move
Both sections A and B of this newspaper edition deal with the end of WWII and surrender arrangements for the Japanese government. Other international, national, state, and local news and advertising are in this edition. PAGES: 14 pages for sections A and B, MEASUREMENTS: 21 1/2" X 16 1/4", CONDITION: Very slight browning of the news print. In the center of paper at the fold lines there is a tear. Only minor damage to the paper's edges. COPIES: 1
1945 - M'Arthur Sets Up Base In Yokohama
1945 - M'Arthur Sets Up Base In Yokohama
This newspaper tells of General MacArthur setting up headquarters in Japan. There is also other war news in addtion to other international, national, state, and local news and advertising. PAGES: 20, MEASUREMENTS: 21 1/2" X 16 1/4", CONDITION: The paper is brittle and there is slight discoloration present. Edges and the center fold line show wear and tear. COPIES: 1.
1945 - Million Russ Smash Japs In Manchuria - Atomic Bomb Shatters Nagasaki
1945 - Million Russ Smash Japs In Manchuria - Atomic Bomb Shatters Nagasaki
This newspaper pertains to the events of WWII in addition to other international, national, state, and local news and advertising. PAGES: 16, MEASUREMENTS: 21 1/2" X 16", CONDITION: The newsprint is very brittle. There is some discoloration of the newsprint. Some pages starting with the first page are dog-eared. 1 3/4" tear starting from the right edge at the center fold line. There is also a 1" tear from the bottom edge near the middle of the paper. COPEIES: 1.
1945 - The Doolittle Flayers - Saga of Living Death
1945 - The Doolittle Flayers - Saga of Living Death
This paper paper deals with news of WWII in addition to other international, national, state, and local news and advertising. PAGES: 22, MEASUREMENTS: 21 1/2" X 16 1/4", CONDITION: The paper is brittle and there is some discoloration. Edges of the newspaper damage resulting from normal wear and tear. COPIES: 1.
1945 - Tokio Bay Shelled - Nips Admit Attacks Saps Morale
1945 - Tokio Bay Shelled - Nips Admit Attacks Saps Morale
The headline is about Tokio (Tokyo) Bay being shelled. Another story of importance is the shelling of the U.S. aircraft carrier, Ticonderogo by Japanese suicide planes. Other front page stories relate to international, national, and local news. PAGES: 12, MEASUREMENTS: 21 1/2" X 16 1/4", CONDITION: Slight browning of the newsprint. Paper reflects general wear and tear. Several small holes on the crease line near the right edge. The top edge of pages 11/12 shows damage. COPIES: 1.
1945 - Truman Tells Plan to Return Europe GIs - Parade of Battleships Bombards...
1945 - Truman Tells Plan to Return Europe GIs - Parade of Battleships Bombards...
The news stories cover WWII, other international, national, state, and local news and advertising. PAGES: Part A, 12; Part B 12, MEASUREMENTS: 21 1/2" X 16 1/4", CONDITION: The newsprint for both parts show only slight discoloration. The most prominent damage to Part A is in the middle of the paper at the center fold line. The first two pages of Part B and badly creased in the lower right had corner. Right edge damage to the third page of Part B. COPIES: 1.
1945 - War Extra - Japs Ask Peace - Allied Chiefs Confer on Nip Offer
1945 - War Extra - Japs Ask Peace - Allied Chiefs Confer on Nip Offer
This newspaper tells of Japan asking for peace. There is other war news in addition to international, national, state, and local news and advertising. PAGES: 12, MEASUREMENTS: 21 1/2" X 16 1/4", CONDITION: The newsprint is brittle and there is slight discoloration present. The left spine shows damage and at the center fold crease there is a portion missing. The top and bottom edges also reflect wear and tear. COPIES: 1.
Newspaper - 1940 - The Los Angeles Evening Hearld and Express - Map - WWII -...
Newspaper - 1940 - The Los Angeles Evening Hearld and Express - Map - WWII -...
NEWSPAPER: The Los Angeles Evening Hearld and Express -This is a single page from the newspaper. HEADLINE: Mars Finds a Place to Redden For Real War. " This map give the lastest developments in the first real battleground of World War II, liberty-loving, traditionally neutral Norway." PAGE(S) A-12, Section H. - MEASUREMENTS: 21 1/2" x 16 1/2" - CONDITION: The paper for this page is beginning to brown. Numerous, small rips in the bottom margin and text area below the map. - COPIES: 1.

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