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This list of newspaper headlines deal with World Wars I & II plus sections on Vietnam, Korea, Desert Storm, Bosnia and other conflicts, as well. As is the nature in dealing with paper items, and particularly newspapers, unfortunately all of the items in this listing are not necessarily in mint or good condition. If this is the case the item is reasonably priced according to its condition. The condition is noted if a problem is significant, e.g. water stained, torn or chipped, etc. If there is no notation, the paper is basically in very good condition.

 

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Military - World War Ii

Item N0601Item N0601
Newspaper, World War II: THE STARS & STRIPES, Austria-Germany Editions, 19 different post World War II issues, all from Spring of 1947. Good coverage of rebuilding after the war, the Marshall Plan, negotiations with Russia, labor unions flexing their muscle and more. Some of the headlines include: New World Deal Urged by Wallace, Marshall Calls on Stalin; Truman Asks Arms Power, Marshall Says Russia Desires Puppet Austria, 1,200 Toll Feared in Blast in Texas Port Levled by Explosions, Henry Ford Dies at 83 in Michigan, Gromyko Says U.S. Aid Plan Weakens UN, Phone Strike on; Miners Remain Out, Almost 400,000 Back John L. Lewis' Safety Drive, Big Four Must Reconcile Differences Marshall Says, Truman Calls for Action to Forestall Depression, Big Four Discuss Austria in Secret, Steel Sets Pay Pattern by 15 cent Rise, GOP Chief Asks Halt in Soviet Aid, Stalin for Compromise Says Marshall, U.S. Won't Soften Policy. $25.00


Item N0604HItem N0604H
Newspaper, World War II: LANCASTER NEWS ERA (Lancaster, PA) May 1, 1945. "EXTRA. HITLER KILLED IN BERLIN" 4p. $30.00


Item N0605BItem N0605B
Newspaper, World War II: THE BERKSHIRE EVENING EAGLE (Pittsfield, MA), Nov 9, 1939. "Germany Expected To Launch War of Fury Following Attempt To Assassinate Hitler." 2-line head. Front page pic of Adolf Hitler deliverintg his 1930 pilgrimage speech in the Munich beer cellar before throngs of supporters. 1 sec. $15.00


Item N0605D1Item N0605D1
Newspaper, World War II: THE CHICAGO DAILY NEWS, Dec 11, 1941. "U.S. Sinks Jap Battleship; Congress Accepts Challenge of Axis; Votes for War and A.E.F." bold 3-line head. (The U.S. is now formally at war with Germany, Italy and Japan. A significant headline.) Large front page photo of Gen. Pershing who had just written a letter to President Roosevelt (at age 81) volunteering his services, which FDR accepted. Nice paper! 2 pages. $25.00


Item N0605FItem N0605F
Newspaper, World War II: CHICAGO HERALD AMERICAN. "EXTRA" in huge red letters above the masthead at top. "U.S. SINKS 7 JAP WARSHIPS" large 2-line bold head taking up most of top half of front page. Nice headline. Front page pic on a lighter side showing Cary Grant bestowing $500 kiss on Mrs. Ethel Haffa at an army and navy benefit show. Nice paper. 2 pages. $20.00


Item N0605HItem N0605H
Newspaper, World War II: ROCKFORD REGISTER-REPUBLIC, Dec 8, 1941. "EXTRA" huge bold headline above masthead. "AWAIT FDR WAR CALL AS JAPS RENEW RAIDS" bold 2-line head. Front page filled with latest war bulletins. (day after bombing of Pearl Harbor) 2 pages. $18.00


N0605I
Newspaper, World War II: ROCHESTER TIMES-UNION. May 7, 1945. "EXTRA. Europe War Ends. Nazis Quit In Ceremony at Reims" bold headlines take up nearly top half of front page. 4p. $12.50


Item N0607HItem N0607H
Newspaper, World War II: ALTONNA (PA) MIRROR. June 6, 1944 EXTRA. "Invasion of Europe is Opened by Allied Army, Great Force Hits French North Coast." 1 sec. Great headline of the Normandy invasion. $25.00


Item N0607IItem N0607I
Newspaper, World War II: SPRINGFIELD (MA) REPUBLICAN. Aug 15, 1945. "Cease Fire Order Ends World War 2; Wild Frenzy Sweeps United Nations; Reconversion Machinery Thrown Into High Gear; Signatures, V-J Day to Come; MacArthur is Supreme Chief; Horohito Asserts Civilization Saved From Extension, Japanese Emperor in First Radio Address, cites use of `New and Most Cruel Bomb'." Front page photo of the raising of the flag on Iwo Jima. 1 sec. Minor edge wear but very good. $15.00


Item N0607LItem N0607L
Newspaper, World War II: THE BERKSHIRE EVENING EAGLE (Pittsfield, MA). Mar 9, 1945. "Yanks Pouring Across Rhine, U.S. Invades Mindanao, Warships and Landing Craft Assail Philippine Islands; Powerful First Army Driving Deep Into the Heart Land of Germany." 2 sec. Slightly crinkled at fold, otherwise fine. $5.00


Item N0607NItem N0607N
Newspaper, World War II: THE BERKSHIRE EVENING EAGLE (Pittsfield, MA). May 7, 1945. "European Conflict At An End. Germans Surrender Armies; Nazi Chief of Staff Accepts Terms; Official Announcement is Held Up." Great front page photo of an Army sgt standing in the center of Times Square w/two crutches, looking up at a barrage of ticker tape showering down on him. 2 sec. $19.50


Item N0607PItem N0607P
Newspaper, World War II: NEW YORK HERALD TRIBUNE. May 8, 1945. "Today Is V-E Day; Truman, Churchill, Stalin to Proclaim War's End; Germans Surrender at Eisenhower's Headquarters." Large front page photo of the huge crowd in Times Square. 2 sec. Some foxing along left margin but still very good with nice clean headline. $20.00


Item N0607QItem N0607Q
Newspaper, World War II: THE BERKSHIRE EVENING EAGLE (Pittsfield, MA). Apr 30, 1945. "New Offer of Surrender Reported on Way; Yanks, Reds Meet Again; Berlin Tottering; Germany's Army in Italy Destroyed, Gen. Clark Declares." slight wear at center fold. 1 sec. $10.00


Item N0607VItem N0607V
Newspaper, World War II: THE BERKSHIRE COUNTY EAGLE (Pittsfield, MA). Aug 15, 1945. "Gen. MacArthur Takes Over; Gasoline Rationing Is Ended; Fuel Oil, Canned Goods Also Removed From List." 2 sec. $12.00


Item N0607WItem N0607W
Newspaper, World War II: THE BERKSHIRE COUNTY EAGLE (Pittsfield, MA). Aug 15, 1945. "Gen. MacArthur Takes Over; Gasoline Rationing Is Ended; Fuel Oil, Canned Goods Also Removed From List." 2 sec. Some overall foxing. $6.00


Item N0607ZItem N0607Z
Newspaper, World War II: NEW YORK DAILY NEWS. Aug 15, 1945. "It's Official! JAPS GIVE UP" headline superimposed over entire front page photo of people standing and kneeling on steps of cathedral in New York City. complete. $25.00


Item N0608DItem N0608D
Newspaper, World War II: THE BALTIMORE (MD) EVENING SUN. Aug 11, 1945. "Allies Accept Jap Offer If Emperor Obeys Orders of Supreme Commander; Government in Accordance with Will of Japanese People Promised." slight wear. 4p. $14.00


Item N0608FItem N0608F
Newspaper, World War II: ROCKFORD REGISTER-REPUBLIC. Apr 28, 1939. "Hitler Taunts F.D.R. in Reply; Jeers `Peace' Note; Reminds Poland of Czechoslovak Fate; Warsaw Warns Hitler to Let Poland Alone." 4p. Slight edge tears. $6.00


Item N0608JItem N0608J
Newspaper, World War II: THE STARS AND STRIPES. Germany Edition. May 6, 1945. "Two German Armies Capitulate in South; Czech Revolt Frees Prague." Yellowing area at center fold otherwise good. $5.00


Item N0608KItem N0608K
Newspaper, World War II: THE STARS AND STRIPES. Paris Edition. EXTRA. May 8, 1945. "VICTORY" in huge letters at top; "Nazis Reveal Surrender To Western Allies, Russia." Some major yellowing and slight staining; no rips or tears or other wear. Complete edition. $20.00


Item N0608PItem N0608P
Newspaper, World War II: THE BOSTON DAILY GLOBE. Nov 16, 1940. "Evacuate Flaming Coventry; Civilians Quit Nazi-Wrecked Industrial City by Night." 1 sec. Some edge tears. $3.00


Item N0608SItem N0608S
Newspaper, World War II: THE BOSTON DAILY GLOBE. Aug 2, 1934. "Dying Von Hindenburg Shakes Hitler's Hand; Chancellor Calls His Cabinet After Making Flying Visit To Sinking President's East Prussia Estate, Guarded By Nazi Chief's Special `S.S.' Troops; Hitler May Order Election With Only His Own Name On Presidential Ballot." 4 sec. Some yellowing and wear at center fold but a significant headline relating to the beginning of the take-over by Hitler. $18.00


Item N0608TItem N0608T
Newspaper, World War II: THE BERKSHIRE EVENING EAGLE (Pittsfield, MA). Nov 19, 1940. "Germany Calls Balkans to Heel; Greeks Ask Help; Axis Tries To Open Way to Dardanelles; Kings and Ministers Summoned To Vienna To Arrange New World Order." 2 sec. Some yellowing and wear. $4.00


Item N0608UItem N0608U
Newspaper, World War II: THE BERKSHIRE EVENING EAGLE (Pittsfield, MA). Sept 12, 1941. "Germany Sinks 22 Ships in British Convoy In Reply to F.D.R.'s Shoot-on-Sight Order; General Strike and Sabotage Wave Against Conquerors Sweep Norway; War's Biggest Attack On Ocean Continues; Fanfare of Trumpets Announces Berlin's Answer by Deeds To United States Action." Photo on front page of President Roosevelt at his desk, black band on arm, "President Warns Axis." 1 sec. $8.00


Item N0608VItem N0608V
Newspaper, World War II: THE BERKSHIRE EVENING EAGLE (Pittsfield, MA). July 3, 1941. "Marshall Wants Drafted Men Kept in Army, Army Chief Would Remove Restriction; Stalin Calls for Scorched Earth and Guerillas To Stop Nazis, Russian Premier Appeals to People." Front page pic of Joseph Stalin. 2 sec. Slight wear at fold. $5.00


Item N0610AItem N0610A
Newspaper, World War II: ROCKFORD REGISTER-REPUBLIC (IL), Aug 29, 1939. "Britain Firm; It's Up to Hitler. Cheer Chamberlain In Commons; Await Reply from Berlin" Nice headling. 2 pages. $6.00


Item N0610EItem N0610E
Newspaper, World War II: ROCKFORD REGISTER-REPUBLIC, June 10, 1940. "Mussolini Declares War. Nazis Throw 1,800,000 at French. EXTRA. Italy Joins Germany In Fight to Crush Britain and France." Front page photo of the U.S. liner President Roosevelt bringing war refugees to America. 2p $12.50


Item N0610JItem N0610J
Newspaper, World War II: CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE, Mar 3, 1941. "Nazis Reach Greek Border; Turks Close Dardanelles; Jugo-Slavia Will Join Axis, Report" Front page editorial cartoon showing that 85% of the people of the middle west against war. 2p $10.00


Item N0610KItem N0610K
Newspaper, World War II: ROCKFORD REGISTER-REPUBLIC, Mar 25, 1941. "Yugoslavia Joins Axis" Bold head. 2p. $8.00


Item N0610NItem N0610N
Newspaper, World War II: THE CHICAGO DAILY NEWS, May 13, 1941. "I'LL SAVE WORLD: HESS; Hitler Holds Rally of Nazi Party Men." Bold head. 2p. $13.00


Item N0610TItem N0610T
Newspaper, World War II: CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE, Dec 11, 1941. "Philippine Battle Grows! U.S. Admiral Dies in Japan Raid" bold 2-line head w/full color political cartoon on front page showing young man with R/W/B stars & stripes shield on his sleeveless shirt marched into battle. Nice headline. 2p. $12.00


Item N0610VItem N0610V
Newspaper, World War II: THE CHICAGO DAILY NEWS, Mar 17, 1942. "McArthur in Australia as Allies' Commander" large 2-line bold head. Photo of MacArthur on front page. 2p $10.00


Item N0610XItem N0610X
Newspaper, World War II: CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE, Jan 27, 1943. "F.D.R., IN AFRICA, MAPS WAR. Flies 5,000 Miles and Reaches New Pact with Churchill." The two, in this unprecedented meeting reached complete agreegment on war plans for 1943 designed to bring about the unconditional surrender of Germany, Italy and Japan. front page political cartoon supports story. 2p $10.00


Item N0610ZItem N0610Z
Newspaper, World War II: CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE, Aug 11, 1944. "M'Arthur Hits Philippines; B-29s Bomb Jap Port of Nagasaki and Sumatra Oil Base" 2p. $10.00


Item N0611GItem N0611G
Newspaper, World War II: ROCKFORD REGISTER-REPUBLIC, May 9, 1945. "YANKS SEIZE GOERING" Huge bold headline. Pic of Reichmarshal Goering on front page. 4p $10.00


Item N0611HItem N0611H
Newspaper, World War II: JANESVILLE DAILY GAZETTE (WI), Aug 10, 1945. "END OF WAR IN SIGHT. Japan Offers Surrender If Mikado Keeps Throne. Nagasaki Blast `Beyond Belief'". 2p $12.00


NO612A
Newspaper, World War II: THE STARS AND STRIPES (Paris ed.), Aug 28, 1945. "Fleet Anchors Off Tokyo." "First GI's slated to land today." "Continue 18-25 draft, Truman asks." Full ed. $10.00


NO612B
Newspaper, World War II: THE STARS AND STRIPES (Paris ed.), Aug 25, 1945. "Truman to Ask Law To Make Sure Vets Get Old Jobs Back" and "Army Cuts 16 Skills Off `Essential' List Sept. 15; 3 Remain." Full ed. $10.00


NO612C
Newspaper, World War II: ROCKFORD MORNING STAR, Jun 6, 1944. "European Invasion Starts." Two pages. $8.00


NO612F
Newspaper, World War II: CHICAGO SUNDAY TRIBUNE, Jul 11, 1943. "Sicily Beaches Won!" Four pages. $10.00


NO612G
Newspaper, World War II: CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE, May 13, 1941. "HESS FLIES TO BRITAIN!" Four pages. $8.00


NO612H
Newspaper, World War II: THE CHICAGO DAILY NEWS, Mar 1, 1941. "NAZI ARMY ENTERS SOFIA." Two pages. $8.00


NO612J
Newspaper, World War II: ROCKFORD REGISTER-REPUBLIC, Mar 27, 1941. "King Peter Heads Slavs." Two pages. $8.00


NO612K
Newspaper, World War II: THE CHICAGO DAILY NEWS, May 9, 1942. "Jap Invasion Fleet Routed; U.S. Ready To Strike Again. Two pages. $8.00


NO612M
Newspaper, World War II: CHICAGO SUNDAY TRIBUNE, Apr 6, 1941. "NAZI-SERB WAR IS ON!" Two pages. $12.00


NO612N
Newspaper, World War II: CHICAGO SUNDAY TRIBUNE, Aug 9, 1942. "JAPS HIT TWICE BY U.S. NAVY...EXECUTE SIX NAZI SABOTEURS." Two pages. $8.00


NO612Q
Newspaper, World War II: CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE, Jul 2, 1942. "GIANT BATTLE FOR EGYPT ON!...HITLER CLAIMS SEVASTOPOL" Two pages. $10.00


NO612R
Newspaper, World War II: THE CHICAGO DAILY NEWS, Nov 27, 1942. "FRENCH FLEET SCUTTLED; 62 WARSHIPS ON BOTTOM." Four pages. $10.00


NO612U
Newspaper, World War II: CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE, Nov 30, 1942. "TELLS ITALY: SUE FOR PEACE." Four pages. $10.00


NO612V
Newspaper, World War II: CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE, Jun 4, 1942. "2 RAIDS ON ALASKA IN 6 HRS." Two pages. $12.00


NO612W
Newspaper, World War II: ROCKFORD REGISTER-REPUBLIC, Aug 23, 1939. "Fly British Last word to Hitler." "Key figures as peace hangs by a thread (inc. Hitler, Stalin, Chamberlain)." Two pages. $10.00


NO612X
Newspaper, World War II: ROCKFORD REGISTER-REPUBLIC, Aug 24, 1939. "War on Way --Chamberlain." Two pages. $10.00


NO612Y
Newspaper, World War II: ROCKFORD REGISTER-REPUBLIC, Aug 26, 1939. "Weigh Final Hitler Terms." Two pages. $10.00


NO612Z
Newspaper, World War II: ROCKFORD REGISTER-REPUBLIC, Aug 25, 1939. "Hitler Gives Day of Grace." Two pages. $10.00


NO613A
Newspaper, World War II: ROCKFORD REGISTER-REPUBLIC, Aug 21, 1939. "Small Nations Plan Peace Plea." Two pages. $10.00


NO613B
Newspaper, World War II: THE CHICAGO DAILY NEWS, Sep 14, 1940. "CONGRESS O.K.'S DRAFT...London Repels Four New Attacks." Two pages. $10.00


NO613C
Newspaper, World War II: CHICAGO SUNDAY TRIBUNE, Apr 17, 1940. "NAZI TRICK SPLITS NORWAY...gERMANY'S AIR FLEET READY TO BOMB ENGLAND--Believe Hitler Will Give Order Soon." Two pages. $10.00


NO613E
Newspaper, World War II: CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE, Aug 9, 1945. "REDS ATTACK JAPS!...Tokyo Tells of Blow as Russia Enters War." Page torn in middle. One page. $8.00


NO613F
Newspaper, World War II: CHICAGO SUNDAY TRIBUNE, Apr 22, 1945. "FIGHT IN BERLIN!...Report Americans and Russians Join." Two pages. $10.00


NO613G
Newspaper, World War II: CHICAGO DAILY NEWS, Feb 16, 1945. "How 1,800 Yanks Died in Jap Prison Ship...U.S. NAVY DARES TOKYO IN 9 HOUR AIR ATTACK." Two pages. $10.00


NO613H
Newspaper, World War II: CHICAGO DAILY NEWS, Aug 15, 1945. "GAS RATIONING ENDS NOW." Four pages. $10.00


NO613J
Newspaper, World War II: ROCKFORD MORNING STAR, May 6, 1945. "PATTON BEGINS FINAL CLEANUP." Two pages. $10.00


NO613K
Newspaper, World War II: ROCKFORD MORNING STAR, Jul 1, 1945. "BYRNES SECRETARY OF STATE." Two pages. $10.00


NO613M
Newspaper, World War II: THE CHICAGO DAILY NEWS, Mar 3, 1941. "TURKEY'S ARMY ON MARCH." Two pages. $8.00


NO613N
Newspaper, World War II: ROCKFORD REGISTER-REPUBLIC, Jun 25, 1941. "Finns Declare War On Russ... Sweeping Victory Near, German's Report." Two pages. $10.00


NO613Q
Newspaper, World War II: CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE, Feb 16, 1942. "SINGAPORE FALLS PERILS INDIA... Churchill Admits Loss of Base; Sees Victory Key in U.S." Two pages. $9.00


NO613R
Newspaper, World War II: CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE, Oct 20, 1944. "NAVY ATTACKS MANILA AREA... Yanks Invading Another Philippine Island, Japs Report." "F.D.R. IS SILENT ON CHARGE HE KNEW JAP PLAN." Four pages. Top inch of page is folded over. $10.00


NO613S
Newspaper, World War II: CHICAGO DAILY NEWS, Dec 22, 1944. "CLAIM NAZI DRIVE HALTED... Destroy Foe Now, Gen. Ike Orders." Four pages. $10.00


NO613T
Newspaper, World War II: CHICAGO DAILY NEWS, Feb 15, 1943. "FOUR FRENCH WARSHIPS JOIN U.S...Battleship Dodges Subs, Rides Out Gale to N.Y." Four pages. $10.00


NO613U
Newspaper, World War II: THE CHICAGO DAILY NEWS, Jun 10, 1940. "ITALY AT WAR... German Forces 25 Miles from Paris. Two pages. Tear in top, left corner and page may have been cut across (with scissors) above heading. Neither affect print. $10.00


NO613V
Newspaper, World War II: FLEET-FAIR EDITION/SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER, 1939. "Fleet--est." Twelve pages. $10.00


NO613X
Newspaper, World War II: THE CALL BULLETIN (San Francisco), Aug 8, 1945. Entire top half of front page reads, in red ink, "RUSS WAR ON JAPAN!" "BELIEVE 150,000 KILLED BY (Atomic) BOMB." Full sec. $25.00


NO613Y
Newspaper, World War II: THE CALL BULLETIN (San Francisco), Sep 1 , 1945. "SIGN SURRENDER TODAY IN JAPAN," underneath heading of three red stripes and two blue eagles. Full sec. $30.00


NO613Z
Newspaper, World War II: SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER, Aug 15, 1945. "Victory," in red ink, above name of paper and sandwiched between six U.S. flags. "JAP PLANES ATTACKING U.S. FLEET AFTER WAR ENDED." fULL SEC. $30.00


Item N0615Item N0615
Newspaper, World War II: HANOVER (PA) EVENING SUN Dec 13, 1941 "Japanese Wiped Out on Luzon West Coast, 4,000 Nipponese Lost When Dutch subs Sink Four Troop transports." 1 sec. $6.00


Item N0619Item N0619
Newspaper, World War II: HANOVER (PA) EVENING SUN Dec 8, 1941 "Congress Declares State of War Exists; Great Britain Also Acts Against Japan; Japs, in Surprise Raids, Start Conflict, Congress Acts Quickly After Roosevelt Speaks." 1 sec. $15.00


Item N0620Item N0620
Newspaper, World War II: BALTIMORE SUN Jan 2, 1946 "MacArthur Hails End of Jap God-Ruler Idea" 1 sec. $8.50


Item N0621Item N0621
Newspaper, World War II: HANOVER (PA) EVENING SUN June 26, 1941 "Russians Claim Defense Engulfs Thrusts Made by German Panzers" 1 sec. $4.00


Item N0622Item N0622
Newspaper, World War II: HANOVER (PA) EVENING SUN June 11, 1941 "Hitler's Liftwaffe Aids French Against Allies in Battle of Syria." 1 sec $8.00


Item N0623Item N0623
Newspaper, World War II: HANOVER (PA) EVENING SUN July 15, 1941 "Russia's Armies Striking Back in Major Drive Along Dnepr River" 1 sec $3.00


Item N0626Item N0626
Newspaper, World War II: HANOVER (PA) EVENING SUN June 9, 1941 "Army Seizes Aircraft Plant When CIO Strike Continues." Three Thousand U.S. Troops, Bayonets Drawn And Carrying Machine Guns, Take Over North American Factory At Los Angeles Under Presidential Proclamation--Strikers Defy Roosevelt--Troops Ordered To Protect Those Who Go To Work--Riots Occur..." Interesting. 1 sec. $8.00


Item N0627Item N0627
Newspaper, World War II: HANOVER (PA) EVENING SUN May 15, 1940 "Germans Have Crossed Meuse River; Establish Salient Four Miles Deep; Britain exposed To Aerial Raiders." Great Nazi Thrust Had Penetrated 20 Miles Into France But French Counter-Attack Reduces This Pocket--England Anxious Over Berlin Broadcasts, Recruits New HOme Front Army To Fight Possible Invasion By Parachute Troops--Successful British Air Attacks Behind German Lines Reported--Germans Have Forced Submission Of Holland 1 sec. $7.00


Item N0628Item N0628
Newspaper, World War II: HANOVER (PA) EVENING NEWS June 10, 1940 "Italy Plunges Into War Against Allies; Mussolini, in Bombastic Speech, Tells Wildly Cheering Fascists Declaration Has Been Handed to Britain and France." 1 sec. $7.00


Item N0629Item N0629
Newspaper, World War II: HANOVER (PA) EVENING NEWS May 14, 1940 "Germany's Smashing Attacks Continue to Force Allies Back in Lowlands; French City ofSedan Taken by Nazis." London Admits "Extremely Serious" Situation Has Been Created For Allied Warriors in Southern Holland--Great Battle Developing in Belgium For Possession of Brussels" Front page center pic shows Princess Juliana of The Netherlands & her two year old daughter Beatrix arriving in London. 1 sec. $7.00


Item N0630Item N0630
Newspaper, World War II: WASHINGTON (DC) TIMES HERALD, Aug 16, 1945 "More Controls Lifted Soon, Rationing Ended on Gas, Fuel Oil and Canned Food," 1 sec. $7.00


Item N0631Item N0631
Newspaper, World War II: THE BALTIMORE EVENING SUN, Sep 12, 1945 "4 Maryland Nurses at Tojo's Bedside;-Ex-Premier Rallies From Wound," 1 sec. $4.50


Item N0634Item N0634
Newspaper, World War II: THE CUMBERLAND NEWS. Aug. 12, 1943. "German Resistance in Sicily Crumbling" $6.00


N636A
Newspaper, World War II: ALTOONA (PA) MIRROR, Aug 15, 1945 "World Entering Peace Era with Japs' Defeat," bold 2-line head, tearhole on front page but all there; great drawing on front page of goddess of Death standing over dead soldier, "Out of the Ashes of Death." 2 sec. $7.00


Item N0639BItem N0639B
Newspaper, World War II: THE BOSTON HERALD. Aug 11, 1945. "Allies Drafting Armistice Terms, Mikado May Stay, But Not Rule; B-29's, Fleet Halt attacks As Japan Sues for Peace." Photos of Yanks celebrating in London and of Emperor Hirohito on front page. 4p. Small edge tears. $6.00


Item N0640Item N0640
Newspaper, World War II: BALTIMORE AMERICAN, Aug 12, 13 & 14 1945, 3 day coverage, "Big Four's Counter Offer To Japs Says Hirohito To Stay But Allies Rule," "Jap Claim On Peace Note False, Swiss Say," "Surrender Note On Way To D.C., Message Delivered to American Minister in Bern, Switzerland," major bold 2- & 3- line heads. Front page photos of atomic bomb cloud over Hiroshima, Gen. MacArthur as Supreme Commander and Baltimore citizens celebrating. 1 sec. ea., slight wear at center fold, $28.00


Item N0641Item N0641
Newspaper, World War II: BALTIMORE EVENING SUN, Aug 14, 1945 "TOKYO NOTE REACHES BERN; 950 PLANES HAMMER JAPAN; REDS IN NEW 93-MILE PUSH, Japs Bow in Shame Before Emperor," bold headlines, 1 sec. $12.50


Item N0643Item N0643
Newspaper, World War II: ST. PETERSBURG (FL) EVENING INDEPENDENT, Aug 13, 1942 "Americans Break Jap Hold On Vital Harbor, U.S. Forces Win First Round In Solomon Battle" 4p. $6.00


Item N0646Item N0646
Newspaper, World War II: ROCHESTER (NY) TIMES-UNION, Sep 8, 1943 "ITALY SURRENDERS; ARMISTICE GRANTED," photos of Eisenhower & Marshall Badoglio (Italian Chief) on front page, 4p $8.00


Item N0647Item N0647
Newspaper, World War II: HARRISBURG (PA) EVENING NEWS, Mar 21, 1939 "U.S. Note Rejects German Seizure; King George Greets French Leader" 4p. Broken at center fold. $3.00


Item N0647CItem N0647C
Newspaper, World War II: HARRISBURG EVENING NEWS, Mar 31, 1939 "Britain, France To Aid Poland; Chamberlain Declares Military Help Promised Against Drive of Nazis" 1 sec. $5.00


Item N0647EItem N0647E
Newspaper, World War II: HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH, Apr 12, 1939 "Albania Offers Italy Crown as Europe Mobilizes; Troops and Fleets Mass on Fronts and at Sea as Powers Map Defense" 4p. Broken at center fold. $4.00


Item N0647FItem N0647F
Newspaper, World War II: HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH, Apr 13, 1939 "Paris-London Armed Aid Pledged Greece and Rumania; Turkey, Poland Among Nations Promised Help" 1 sec. Broken at center fold. $4.00


Item N0647HItem N0647H
Newspaper, World War II: HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH, Aug 23, 1939 "Alarmed FDR and Hull End Vacations as British Defy Hitler Goal on Poland; Henderson Flies to Nazi Fuehrer With Warning" 1 sec. Breakage at center fold. $4.00


Item N0647JItem N0647J
Newspaper, World War II: HARRISBURG EVENING NEWS, Aug 25, 1939 "Britain, Poland Sign War Pact; Germany Hears Truce Reports; Hitler, British Leader Confer; Rejection Seen of F.D.R.'s Plea" 1 sec. some breakage at center fold. $4.00


Item N0647KItem N0647K
Newspaper, World War II: PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, Sept 24, 1939 "Hitler at West Front, Watches Attacks; War in Poland Ended, Nazis Announce; Senate Group Drafts Neutrality Revision" 1 sec. some breakage at center fold. $4.00


Item N0647LItem N0647L
Newspaper, World War II: HARRISBURG EVENING NEWS, Dec 19, 1939 "Abo (Finland) in Flames After Red Raid; Britain Seeks Supremacy in Air; Losses to Both Sides Reported Heavy in Fight Over Nazi Base" 1 sec. breakage at fold. $3.00


Item N0647MItem N0647M
Newspaper, World War II: HARRISBURG EVENING NEWS, Mar 28, 1940 "Allied War Council Charts Action; Meeting Is First Since French Plea for More Vigorous Policy in War" 1 sec. $3.00


Item N0649Item N0649
Newspaper, World War II: BALTIMORE EVENING SUN. Sep 13, 1939 "AIR BATTLE. Three German Planes Lost In Fight Over Western Front, Paris Says-French Claim New Advances Along 100-Mile Sector-Nazis Report Gains In Struggle To Encircle Warsaw." 1-sec. One 2" x 1/2" vertical hole in headline, left top corner torn off. Words "Air Battle" huge. Breakage at fold. $3.50


Item N0654Item N0654
Newspaper, World War II: EDMONTON BULLETIN (Edmonton Alberta) Jun 5, 1943. "Premier Churchill Home, Expected to Give Final Orders for Invasion of Europe" 2 tears at center fold. 6 sec. $5.00


Item N0655Item N0655
Newspaper, World War II: THE BALTIMORE SUN. Jul 26, 1943. "Mussolini Resigns Premiership; King assumes Command of Army, Marshall Badoglio Is Named To Take Over Government" Photo of Mussolini on front page. 4p $10.00


Item N0657Item N0657
Newspaper, World War II: BALTIMORE EVENING SUN. May 7, 1945 "SURRENDER" full banner headline reversed out of black w/European map on front page. This is an early "EXTRA" edition 4p Nice. $25.00


Item N0660Item N0660
Newspaper, World War II: THE BALTIMORE SUN. May 7, 1945 "Pilsen Captured By Patton's 3rd Army; Prague Czechs Believed Tricked By Nazis, Other Allied Forces Gathering Prisoners" daily headline the day of the Nazi surrender, but before the news broke! 1 sec. $10.00


Item N0662Item N0662
Newspaper, World War II: THE BALTIMORE SUN. May 8, 1945 "The War With Germany Is Over, King George Sends Eisenhower His Congratulations On Victory." 1 sec. slight yellowing at center fold. $10.00


Item N0662EItem N0662E
Newspaper, World War II: BALTIMORE EVENING SUN. May 9, 1945 "Final Surrender To Russia, Allies Signed In Berlin, Stalin Reports" Pic of German surrender on front page. 1 sec. $7.50


Item N0663Item N0663
Newspaper, World War II: BALTIMORE EVENING SUN. May 9, 1945 "Yanks Seize Goering; Paris Celebrates Mildly, Natives Take Mass Stroll; Vinson Lifts Horse Racing Band" 2 sec. Slight yellowing at center fold. $8.50


Item N0665Item N0665
Newspaper, World War II: THE BALTIMORE SUN. May 10, 1945 "Stalin Denies Russian Intent Is To Destroy Germany" 1 sec. $6.00


Item N0666Item N0666
Newspaper, World War II: THE BALTIMORE EVENING SUN. May 10, 1945. "Army Sets Up System For Releasing Men; B-29's Hit JAP Oil Centers" 2-sec. slight yellowing at center fold. $4.00


Item N0668Item N0668
Newspaper, World War II: THE BALTIMORE SUN. Aug 14, 1945 "Allies May Set Deadline For Jap Reply; Superfortresses Resume Attacks On Japan; Reds Gain 28 Miles In Big Push On Harbin" bold 3-line head. 1 sec. Some tears and yellowing. Fair. $2.50


Item N0672Item N0672
Newspaper, World War II: ROCKFORD (IL) REGISTER-STAR. Dec 7, 1991. Special Section. Pearl Harbor 50th Anniversary. 1 sec. $4.00


Military - World War I

Item N0681Item N0681
Newspaper, World War I: LAWRENCE DAILY JOURNAL-WORLD (KS), Apr 6, 1917. Major front page with large image of U.S. flag flying in 2-column area on both left and right top sides of front page. Several major front page bold headlines. "State of War Against Germany Now Exists by Final Action Taken Today. President Signs Resolution Passed By House And Senate and Issues Drastic War Proclamation Asking Undivided Loyalty." "Million Men in American Army is the War Olan Put Before National Congress." "Other Nations to Follow Uncle Sam; Brazil on Pont of Break with Germany Now, Cuba Will Enter." 4p $12.00


Item N0685Item N0685
Newspaper, World War I: THE DAILY NEWS-RECORD (Harrisonburg, VA), Feb 19, 1917. "Congress Will Give Wilson Authority to Arm Merchant Ships When He Asks for It." 1 sec. $4.00


Military - Pre-World War I

Item N0688Item N0688
Newspaper, Pre-World War I: THE PITTSBURG TIMES. Apr 25, 1898. "Developments of the War. Havana Condemned, Rear Admiral Sampson Will Open Fire from His Squadron Today on the Doomed City; Formal War To-Day, The President to Send a Message to Congress Recommending the Passage of a Resolution." 1 sec. $20.00


Military - Vietnam War

Item N701AItem N701A
Newspaper, Vietnam War: THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER. Apr 22, 1975. "Thieu Resigns, Denounces U.S. for Failure to Supply Arms Aid; The Resignation: It's All Over Now." Related front page photos. 1 sec. $5.00


Item N703Item N703
Newspaper, Vietnam War: FREEPORT (IL) JOURNAL-STANDARD, Jan 23, 1973 "President Will Address Nation On Cease-Fire" w/lpic of smiling Le Duc Tho, Hanoi, shaking hands with Henry Kissinger at Paris peace conference. Double news day. "Final Services For LBJ Announced; Nixon Leads Tribute To Lyndon Johnson" w/pic of Johnson. 1 sec. (2) $4.00


Item N704AItem N704A
Newspaper, Vietnam War: THE WASHINGTON POST. Jan 24, 1973. "Pact to end war reached; Cease fire, U.S. Pulls out set; Critics of War Join in Hailing Peace Accord." w/photos of negotiators Xuan Thuy, Le Duc Tho and Henry Kissinger and President Nixon after announcement. Also, front page, "Nation Mourns LBJ: Body to Lie in State at Capitol" w/photo of Charles and Lynda Bird Johnson Rob and Mrs. Lyndon Johnson at eulogy. 1 sec/ $5.00


Item N704CItem N704C
Newspaper, Vietnam War: FREEPORT (IL) JOURNAL-STANDARD. "President will Address Nation on Cease-Fire" w/photo of Hanoi's Le Duc Tho and U.S. Presidential Adviser Henry Kissinger shaking hands. Also large front page story & photo on "Final Services for LBJ Announced, Nixon Leads Tributes." $5.00


Item N711FItem N711F
Newspaper, Vietnam War: ATLANTIC CITY PRESS, Mar 28, 1969. "U.S. Set for Mutual Troop cuts--Rogers; But Enemy Balks at Secret Talk" 2 front page related pics. 1 sec. $2.00


Item N711GItem N711G
Newspaper, Vietnam War: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES, Jan 26, 1972. "2-1/2-year peace try, Nixon tells secret withdrawal offer! An 8-point plan: PWs released, free election, Thieu quits" w/photos of both Nixon and Kissinger on front page. Entire issue. $3.00


Item N711LItem N711L
Newspaper, Vietnam War: THE ALLENTOWN (PA) MORNING CALL. July 30, 1969. "Nixon Flies to Vietnam on Secret, 1-Day Visit." Also, "5 First Exposed to Moon Dust Will Undergo Blood Tests Today" w/large front page photo of American flag on moon's surface. 1 sec. $7.00


Item N713Item N713
Newspaper, Vietnam War: ROCKFORD MORNING STAR (IL), Jan 24, 1973. Metro Edition. "PEACE! Nixon: Truce Saturday" Large headline in bold type. Large front page photo of a Vietnamese girl contorted with fear. 1 sec. $3.50


Item N713BItem N713B
Newspaper, Vietnam War: CHICAGO TRIBUNE, Jan 24, 1973. "Nixon to Report on Viet." Large front page pic of Henry Kissinger with Hanoi emmisary. Second front page story and pic showing Lady Bird Johnson and daughter Lynda Robb standing beside flag-draped coffin of former President Lyndon Johnson. 2-2 sec. $3.50


Item N713CItem N713C
Newspaper, Vietnam War: CHICAGO DAILY NEWS, Jun 22, 1971. "Reveal Kennedy OK of early Viet action." Two line head. 4p. $3.00


Item N713DItem N713D
Newspaper, Vietnam War: THE HAGERSTOWN DAILY MAIL (MD), Dec 29, 1965. "Which War Comes First--Viet Nam or Poverty?" 1 sec. $2.50


Military - Korea

Item N725Item N725
Newspaper, Korea: ALLENTOWN (PA) MORNING CALL, Apr 20, 1951 "MacArthur Dramatically Defends Strategy; General Tells Congress Joint Chiefs of Staff Shared His War Views; Ovation Follows Restrained But Defiant Speech" pic of MacArthur's standing ovation at U.S. Congress. Other front page related headlines: "Pentagon Declares Staff Chiefs Backed Ouster of General," "Ridgway Tells New U.S. Troops 'You're in War'" and "New York Gives MacAarthur Quiet Preview Of Great Demonstration Set for Today" 4p. $8.00


Item N725AItem N725A
Newspaper, Korea: ALLENTOWN (PA) EVENING CHRONICLE. Sept 21, 1951. "Welcome General MacArthur" large headline printed in blue! "Popular Hero Given Roaring Greting on Arrival in Allentown." Front page photo of MacArthur and his wife and son with Governor Fine and his two sons. 4p. $5.00


Item N725BItem N725B
Newspaper, Korea: ALLENTOWN (PA) MORNING CALL. Apr 20, 1951. "Gen. MacArthur's Historic Address Before Congress; Defends Policies on Conducting War in Far East; General Thrown Off Balance by Roaring Ovation in Capital." Front page photos of MacArthur addressing Congress. 1 sec. $8.00


Item N725CItem N725C
Newspaper, Korea: THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER. Apr 20, 1951. "M'Arthur Assails Lack of Decision, Warns Against Appeasing of Reds, Says Staff Chiefs Backed Strategy; Gives Congress 4-Point Plan for Far East Victory." Photo of Gen. MacArthur on front page. 1 sec. $7.00


Item N725EItem N725E
Newspaper, Korea: PITTSBURGH SUN-TELEGRAPH. Apr 19, 1951. "Nation Hears M'Arthur Report on War in Asia; General Speaks in Congress on Red Peril to U.S." large headline with 3 full pages of MacArthur pictures. 6p. $6.00


Item N725FItem N725F
Newspaper, Korea: PITTSBURGH SUN-TELEGRAPH. May 5, 1951. "M'Arthur Raps Truman, Marshall on War Policy" large headline w/string of six photos of MacArthur directly below headline. 4p. Edge tears. $6.00


N727C
Newspaper, Korea: THE HAGERSTOWN DAILY MAIL (MD), Feb 25, 1955. "Reds Given Another Bloodless Victory. Russia Gives 8 Subs To Chinese Reds. Chiang Gives Nanchishan To Red China." Two major line head. 1 sec. $6.00


Military - Modern - 1980s, 1990s..

Item N729AItem N729A
Newspaper, Military: THE WASHINGTON STAR, Nov 20, 1979. "10 Hostages flown to Frankfort" w/pic of some of the released hostages. 1 sec. $4.50


Item N730Item N730
Newspaper, Military: THE PENSACOLA NEWS-JOURNAL, Apr 4, 1982. "British Fleet Sails Monday for Falklands" Front page photo of Prince Andrew, who will be going with the British fleet. 1 sec. $4.00


Item N731Item N731
Newspaper, Military: THE NEW YORK TIMES, Apr 4, 1982. "London Ordering 35-Ship Task Force To The Falklands." 1 sec. $5.00


Item N733Item N733
Newspaper, Military: THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, Jun 15, 1982. "Surrender. White flags fly in Falklands." Pic of Thatcher who proclaimed "Great Britain is great, again." 3 sec. $3.00


Item N733AItem N733A
Newspaper, Military: THE DAILY OKLAHOMAN (Oklahoma City, OK). Dec 21, 1989. "U.S. Smashes Noriega Regime; $1 Million Bounty on Noriega's Head; Strongman Vows to Win or Die Trying." 1 sec. $5.00


Item N735Item N735
Newspaper, Military: THE WASHINGTON POST. Jan 14, 1993. "U.S. Delivers Limited Air Strike on Iraq; Bush Sends Battalion in Kuwait, Baghdad Appears to Make Concessions." 1 sec. $4.00


Item N735AItem N735A
Newspaper, Military: THE WASHINGTON POST. Jan 13, 1991. "Divided Congress Grants President Authority to Wage War Against Iraq." 1 sec. $4.00


Item N735B1Item N735B1
Newspaper, Military: THE MIAMI HERALD. Jan 17, 1991. SPECIAL REPORT. Eight-page wraparound. Operation Desert Storm. "WAR `Liberation of Kuwait' begins as U.S. jets batter Baghdad; Refinery, missiles reportedly as targets." Front page full color pics of President Bush and map of area. $7.00


Item N735B2Item N735B2
Newspaper, Military: THE MIAMI HERALD. Jan 17, 1991. SPECIAL REPORT. Eight-page wraparound, plus 1st section. Operation Desert Storm. "WAR `Liberation of Kuwait' begins as U.S. jets batter Baghdad; Refinery, missiles reportedly as targets." Front page full color pics of President Bush and map of area. $7.00


Item N735EItem N735E
Newspaper, Military: USA TODAY. Mar 8-10, 1991. "How sweet it is!; Euphoric USA welcomes its troops home." Includes 14-page keepsake bonus section, soldiers' stories, "Commemorative Edition. War in the Gulf." $10.00


Item N735GItem N735G
Newspaper, Military: BALTIMORE EVENING SUN, Jan 17, 1990 (sic.) "EXTRA. Special Edition. GULF EXPLODES" huge banner head in red lettering. "U.S. Warplanes attack in force" below masthead. Full color front page pic of President Bush. This special edition is only 10 pages long, and yes, they goofed by putting the date 1990 on the masthead rather than 1991. $12.00


Item N735KItem N735K
Newspaper, Military: THE NEW YORK TIMES, Jan 17, 1991. "U.S. and Allies Open Air War on Iraq, Bomb Baghdad and Kuwaiti Targets; `No Choice' but Force, Bush Declares." 3-line bold headline. Map of war area and of President Bush on front page. 1 sec. $7.00


Item N735K1Item N735K1
Newspaper, Military: USA TODAY, Jan 17, 1991. "U.S. Bombs Baghdad, Iraqi air force `decimated'." Large headline. Full color pics of President Ford and map of war area on front page. 1 sec. (2) $4.00


Item N735K2Item N735K2
Newspaper, Military: USA TODAY, Jan 18-20, 1991. "ISRAEL HIT" Large headline. Full color front page pic of NBC report in Tel Aviv reporting with gas mask on. 3 sec. (2) $5.00


Item N735MItem N735M
Newspaper, Military: USA TODAY, Jan 19-20, 1991. "EXTRA" huge white lettering on red block banner head. "U.S. bombing runs rise to 2,000 a day." Complete issue. This is the first time in the history of USA Today that they issued an EXTRA Edition. (6) $10.00


Item N735M1Item N735M1
Newspaper, Military: USA TODAY, Jan 21, 1991. "Iraq fires on Saudis, parades POW pilots." Full color pic of civilians leaving Saudi Arabia. 1 sec. (2) $3.00


Item N735NItem N735N
Newspaper, Military: USA TODAY, Mar 8, 1991. Commemorative Edition. "War in the Gulf". This is a bonus section; not the complete issue. Nice coverage of the War in the Gulf. $4.00


Item N735PItem N735P
Newspaper, Military: THE BALTIMORE SUN, Apr 3, 1999. "NATO bombs Belgrade" bold one-line head. Full color front page pic of the Serbian Interior Ministry in downtown Belgrade on fire. 1 sec. $5.00


Item N735QItem N735Q
Newspaper, Military: THE WASHINGTON POST, Apr 6, 1999. "Skies Clear, NATO Rains Bombs; Clinton Vows Relentless Attack." Bold 2-line head. 1 sec. $7.00


Item N735TItem N735T
Newspaper, Military: THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER. July 22, 1974. "Greece Threatens War on Turkey; Turks Report Naval Battle Just Off Cyprus." w/related photos. 1 sec. mailing label affixed to part of headline. $3.00


Item N736Item N736
Newspaper, Military: THE BALTIMORE SUN. Aug 8, 1998. "Clinton Vows to Find and Punish Bombers" 1 sec. $5.00


Item N736AItem N736A
Newspaper, Military: THE WASHINGTON TIMES. Aug 21, 1998. "Clinton Orders Strike on Terrorists; Terrorists Driven by Hatred for U.S., Israel; Missle Attack Answers Africa Embassy Bombs." Color map of attacks (both terrorist and U.S.); "Lewinsky said to Contradict Clinton Testimony" w/color pic of Lewinsky leaving grand jury inquiry. 1 sec. $7.00


Item N736CItem N736C
Newspaper, Military: THE BALTIMORE SUN, Aug 21, 1998. "U.S. Attacks Terrorist Sites" color night-time picture in Sudan; "Lewinsky Gives New explicit Testimony;" "Navy fires Cruise Missles from Arabian, Red Seas." 1 sec. $4.50


Item N736DItem N736D
Newspaper, Military: THE HAGERSTOWN (MD) HERALD MAIL. Aug 22, 1998. "`War of the future'; U.S. Assessing results of missle strike on terror targets." Pics of Sudan, also Sec. of State Madeline Albright & Sec. of Defense Wm. Cohen. 1 sec. $2.50


Item N739Item N739
Newspaper, Military: THE WASHINGTON POST, Mar 25, 1999. "U.S., Allies Launch Air Attack on Yugoslav Military Targets." Color pic of Belgrade skyline. "We are Attacking for Nothing." 1 sec. $4.50


Item N740Item N740
Newspaper, Military: THE WASHINGTON POST, Jun 9, 1991 "A Capital Thank-You, 800,000 Jam D.C. for Tribute to Troops" w/front page pics of nation's victory parade after Persian Gulf War ended. 1 sec. $6.50


Item N741Item N741
Newspaper, Military: LONDON EVENING NEWS. Apr 9, 1973. "Top Russians Ordered Out; Ring Spy Ring in London Exposed. 1 sec. $5.00


N742
Newspaper, Military: THE WASHINGTON POST, Jun 4, 1999. "Yugoslavs Yield to NATO Terms" Major news on the `peace deal'. 1 sec. $3.50


N743
Newspaper, Military: THE WASHINGTON POST, Oct 6, 2000. "Yugoslav Masses Seize Belgrade. Kostunica Dubbed `President-Elect'; Milosevic Whereabouts Unknown." Full color front page photos of opposition supporters storming the parliament building. Second top front page story is on Cheney-Lieberman vice president debate w/full color pic of the two vice presidential candidates. 1 sec. (3) $5.00


N744
Newspaper, Military: THE FREDERICK (MD) NEWS-POST. Dec 15, 2003. "Saddam captured; `We got him. The tyrant is a prisoner'" Full color photo of Saddam on front page. 1 sec. $3.00


N745
Newspaper, Military: THE WASHINGTON TIMES. Dec 15, 2003. "`We Got Him' U.S. forces capture Saddam near hometown" Full color pics on front page. 2 sec. (2) $7.00


N746
Newspaper, Military: THE MONTGOMERY NEWS-POST (MD). Dec 15, 2003. "Saddam captured. `We got him. The tyrant is a prisoner'" Full color pic on front page. 1 sec. (2) $4.00


N747
Newspaper, Military: NEW YORK POST. Dec 15, 2003. "Special Edition. The Capture of Saddam" 20 pages of reports & photos. Full front page photo of Saddam. Full issue. $6.00


N748
Newspaper, Military: USA TODAY. Dec 15, 2003. "CAPTURED. Special Report. Bush: Saddam `will face the justice he denied to millions'" Huge full color pic on front page. 1 sec. $5.00


N749
Newspaper, Military: NEW YORK DAILY NEWS. Dec 15, 2003. "WE GOT THE RAT!" w/full front page full color pic of Saddam. 12 pages of dramatic coverage. Full edition. (2) $8.00


N750
Newspaper, Military: THE WASHINGTON POST. Dec 15, 2003. "Hussein Captured. U.S. Forces Uncover Iraqi Ex-Leader Near Home Town" Full color photos on front page. 2 sec. (3) $8.00


N750A
Newspaper, Military: THE BALTIMORE SUN. Sept. 1, 1983. "Lebanese Rout Muslim Rebels in Beruit Drive" Color pic on front page of flag-draped coffin of Marine killed in Beruit. 1 sec. $4.00


N750B
Newspaper, Military: THE KNOXVILLE NEWS-SENTINEL. Nov. 17, 1961. "UN Troops Seek Congo Killers" 1 sec. $4.00


N750C
Newspaper, Military: THE DAILY ATHENAEUM (WV). Jan 17, 1991. "War in the Gulf" 1 sec. (4) $2.50


N750D
Newspaper, Military: THE DAILY ATHENAEUM (WV). Jan 18, 1991. "Iraq Fires Missiles at Israel" 1 sec. (2) $4.00


N750E
Newspaper, Military: DOMINION POST (Morgantown, WV). Jan. 15, 1991. "U.S., Iraq Deadlocked in Gulf" 1 sec. $4.00


N750F
Newspaper, Military: DOMINION POST (Morgantown, WV). Jan. 18, 1991. "Missiles Hit Israel" 1 sec. $4.00


N750G
Newspaper, Military: THE WASHINGTON POST. Jan 17, 1991. "U.S., Allies Launch Massive Air War Against Targets in Iraq and Kuwait" yellowing along margin on front page. 2 sec. $3.00


N750H
Newspaper, Military: THE WASHINGTON POST. Apr 20, 1951. "MacArthur Says Joint Chiefs Shared His Views But Pntagon Declares They Favored Ouster; Capital's Greatest Crowd Acclaims General" breakage at center fold. 1 sec. $5.00


N750I
Newspaper, Military: THE BALTIMORE SUN. Jan 27, 1943. "Roosevelt Flies to North Africa, Meets Churchill in 10-Day Parley; Unified 1943 War Plan Adopted" 1 sec. $10.00


N750J
Newspaper, Military: BOSTON EVENING GLOBE. Aug 10, 1945. "EXTRA - Japs Offer to Quit" half page hadline. 4p. few edge tars and at center fold and two wrinkles. $7.50


N750K
Newspaper, Military: BALTIMORE EVENING SUN. Mar 23, 1936. "Duce Seizes Industries in War Preparation" 4p. $7.00


N750L
Newspaper, Military: BALTIMORE SUN. Oct 31, 1935. "Prsident Warns Exporters. Roosevelt Hints Ban on War Goods Trade May be Broadened" 4p. 1 tear. $5.00


N751A
Newspaper, Military: THE FREDERICK (MD) NEWS-POST. Nov 28, 2003. "Bush to Baghdad. Trip hidden in darkness; President visits troops in surprise Thanksgiving trip. 1 sec. $4.00


N751B
Newspaper, Military: THE FREDERICK (MD) POST. Jan 17, 1991. "U.S.-led planes bomb Iraqi forces; Bush: `World could wait no longer'; Iraq caught unaware." 1 sec. $4.00


N751C
Newspaper, Military: THE FREDERICK 9MD0 POST. Jan 18, 1991. "Missiles hit Israel; Iraq strikes, war spreads; Areas of Tel Aviv in rubble" 1 sec. Slight yellowing spot. $3.00


N751D
Newspaper, Military: ROCKFORD (IL) REGISTER STAR. 5 headlines. Jan. 16, 21, 22, 23, 24, 1991. One section each. Headlines include: "Time's Up, Lining up for war;" "Iraq Fights Back;" "POW Outrage, the Selling of the War;" "Will Israel Fight Back?;" and "Allies Back on Target." $7.50


N751E
Newspaper, Military: BOSTON SUNDAY GLOBE. Jan 28, 1973. "Peace is official; draft ends. War sputters past deadline. Rogers signs for US in Paris" Three photos across front page of the parties signing peace agreement - Secretary of State William Rogers for the U.S.; Foreign Minister Tran Van Lam for The South; and Foreign Minister Nguyen duy Trinh for The North. 1 sec. $5.00


N751F
Newspaper, Military: CHICAGO DAILY NEWS. Mar 1, 1971. "Bomb rocks U.S. Capitol! Phone warning blames it on Laos" 1 sec. $4.00


N751H
Newspaper, Military: YANKTON (SD) PRESS AND DAKOTAN. Aug. 27, 1928. "Fifteen Nations Sign Solemn Pact Renouncing War. Historic Event in Paris Today. Kellogg Anti-War Treaty is Ratified by Fifteen Nations" Part of first section of paper missing. $4.00


N751J
Newspaper, Military: HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH. May 8, 1945. "V-E Day" 4" high red lettering at top of paper. "Truman Proclaims Full Victory. German Troops Lay Down Arms on All Fronts. President Asks Support in Drive to Crush Japan" 2 sec. $18.00


N751K
Newspaper, Military: HANOVER (PA) EVENING SUN. Mar 24, 1943. "Axis Counter-Attacks Restore Breaches in Mareth Defenses; U.S. Forces Gain at El Guetar; Reds Hold Along Donets, Push Toward Smolensk" 1 sec. $3.00


N751M
Newspaper, Military: HANOVER (PA) EVENING SUN. Feb 22, 1943. "Nazi Armored Force Gains 12 Miles; Amricans Repulse Two Minor Drives; Soviet Columns Poised for Advance to Dnieper" 1 sec. $3.00


N751N
Newspaper, Military: HANOVER (PA) EVENING SUN. Mar 29, 1943. "Rommel's Tunisia Forces Retreat Northward after British Attack Crumbles Mareth Line; RAF Follows up Berlin Raid with New Assault" 1 sec. $3.00


N751P
Newspaper, Military: HANOVER (PA) EVENING SUN. Aug 15, 1945. "Japanese Surrender; All Hostilities End. Terms `Unconditional,' Truman Declares in Announcing Finish of Close to Four Years of War" 2 pages. Edge wear. $4.00


N751Q
Newspaper, Military: NEW YORK DAILY PM. June 18, 1940. "Dictators Agree on Armistice". Entire edition. $4.00


N751S
Newspaper, Military: HANOVER (PA) EVENING SUN. Apr 11, 1951. "Truman Fires MacArthur as U.N. Commander in Korea" 1 sec. $10.00


N751U
Newspaper, Military: BALTIMORE EVENING SUN. Nov. 5, 1952. "Truman Asks Eisenhower to White House Parley; Peace Topic Proposed, General's Vote Sets Record" 1 sec. $7.50


N752A
Newspaper, Military: NEW YORK DAILY NEWS. Apr 28, 1983. "Our Duty to Aid Salvador: Ron" with large photo of Ronald Reagan on cover. Entire edition. $3.50


N752B
Newspaper, Military: NEW YORK DAILY NEWS. May 11, 1983. "PLO Sneaking Back to Lebanon" Entire edition. $3.00


N752C
Newspaper, Military: WASHINGTON, D.C. SUNDAY STAR. Dec. 29, 1968. "Israelis Attack Airport at Beirut; 11 Arab Planes Destroyed in Reprisal Raid" 1 sec. $3.50


N752D
Newspaper, Military: ROCKFORD (IL) REGISTER STAR. Jan 18, 1991. "Iraq Attacks Israel and Saudi Arabia" (Gulf War) 1 sec. $4.50


N752E
Newspaper, Military: CHICAGO TRIBUNE. Feb 27, 1991. "For Iraqi Troops, no Way Out; Allied sweeps cut off escape routes as Hussein orders pullout" 1 sec. $4.00


N752F
Newspaper, Military: FREDERICK (MD) POST. Oct 8, 2001. "U.S. Launches Attacks Against Taliban Targes; British join Afghanistan Raids" 1 sec. $3.50


N752G
Newspaper, Military: THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. June 21, 1982. "Lebanese Try to Head off Israeli Strike" 1 sec. $2.50


N752H
Newspaper, Military: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES. Jan 24, 1973. "Truce zero hour! Nixon sets radio-television report; LBJ burial Thursday" Front page colored photo of Lyndon and Lady Bird Johnson. Entire edition. $3.00


N752I
Newspaper, Military: BROWNSVILLE DAILY SENTINEL. Nov 26, 1914. "National Guard Here for Christmas; Pershing Must be Withdrawn Before Troops Will Return; War Department Says Evacuation Depends on Ratification of Protocol by Mexico; Villa Troops Make Drive on Chihuahua Hold Part of City" 4p. Som edge wear, upper left corner missing $3.00


N752K
Newspaper, Military: THE WASHINGTON POST. apr 11, 1951. "Truman Fires M'Arthur" 1 sec. Yellowing copy and breakage at center fold, but nice large, heavy headline. $4.00


N752M
Newspaper, Military: THE NEW YORK TIMES. Oct 28, 1982. "Brezhnev Charges U.S. is Threatening Nuclear Conflict; Backs a Military Buildup; In Unusual Speech to Generals, He Affirms Soviet Interest in Closer Ties to China" 1 sec. $3.50


N752N
Newspaper, Military: WASHINGTON, D.C. EVENING STAR. Dec. 30, 1968. "Eshkol Defends Attack by Israel; U.S. Condemns Action; U.N. Heads for Vote" Also huge front page photo of pictures from the moon's surface. 1 sec. $4.00


N752P
Newspaper, Military: CHICAGO TRIBUNE. FEb 28, 1991. "This war is behind us: Bush; Prsident suspends offensive, lays down ceae-fire terms; `Our military objctives are met'" Photos on front page including George H. W. Bush at his desk in Oval Office reading announcement. 1 sec. $5.00


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