LOT OF 12 OLD WWII NEWSPAPERS, AUGUST 1943

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  • Sold Date: Jan 13, 2007
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you are looking at a few more of my great great uncle's old newspapers from WWII. The newspapers are as follows:

August 1, 1943, New York Journal American

U.S. WARNS OF NEW AIR BLITZ AS ITALY DELAYS PEACE MOVES, Fascist New Deal Blasted by Landon, Near Revolution Sweeps Northern Italian Cities, An Estimate of Signore Mussolini Given in 1935 by W.R. Hearst. Pages 1,2, 17 and 18.

August 1, 1943, New York Herald Tribune

Allies Warn Italy of Bombing in Earnest, Say Delay in Surrender Has Aided Nazis; Peace Riots Near Revolt Stage in North, The R.A.F. Gets Down to Business in Sicily (Photo). Pages 1,2, 33 and 34.

August 8, 1943, New York Herald Tribune

Normandie Is On Way Up as Pumps Start, The Normandie Slowly Rises After 18 Months (Photo), U.S. 1st Division Takes Troina; Italy May Make Rome Open City; Soviet Pincers Imperil Kharkov. Pages 1,2, 35 and 36.

August 8, 1943, New York Journal American

YANKS CRACK MT. ETNA DEFENSE; REDS NEAR BRYANSK, KHARKOV, Normandie Rising, Salvage a Success, Bomb Milan; Rome May Ask Open Status. Pages 1,2, 17 and 18.

August 8, 1943, The New York Times

ALLIES WIN TROINA, THREATEN TO SPLIT FOE; RUSSIANS SWEEPING CLOSER TO KHARKOV; JAPANESE CRUISER, TWO DESTROYERS SUNK, FORMER NORMANDIE STARTS TO RIGHT HERSELF. Pages 1,2, 39 and 40.

August 15, 1943, New Yo
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