LOT OF 12 OLD WWII NEWSPAPERS, AUGUST 1943
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Sold Date: 01/13/2007
Channel: Online Auction
Category: Books, Paper & Magazines
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 York Herald Tribune Rome Declared Open City, Allies Demand Proof; Nazis Fleeing Sicily; Russians Fight in Kharkov; Roosevelt and Churchill Hail Defeat of U-Boats, British Troops on the Relentless March Through Sicily (Photo). Pages 1,2, 35 and 36. August 15, 1943, New York Journal American ROME OPEN CITY - ALLIES SAY NO; U.S. SUBS SINK 7 JAP VESSELS, State Legion Praises Mr. Hearst and His Newspapers for Patriotism, The Triumph of Democracy, America and the British Empire by William Randolph Hearst. Pages 1,2, 17 and 18. This paper is torn almost in half, but still readable. August 16, 1943, The Sun SICILY'S FALL AT HAND; ENEMY LINE COLLAPSING, PARIS AIRFIELD HEAVILY RAIDED BY U.S. BOMBERS, BRITISH SHELLED FROM ITALY; U.S. GUNS AIMED AT MESSINA. Pages 1,2, 15 and 16. August 17, 1943, The Sun MESSINA SEIZED BY U.S. TROOPS, Roosevelt Is Believed Arriving In Quebec for War Conference, "Italian Picture of /rome Damage", Enemy Shells Hit City Soon After Its Fall. Pages Pages 1,2, 15 and 16. August 22, 1943, New York Journal American KISKA TAKEN, ALEUTIANS FREED, INVASION PATH TO JAPAN OPEN, REDS RELIEVE LITVINOFF AS ENVOY TO U.S., Bombs and Shells Softening Up Italy For Allied Attack, Island Falls Without Fight; Foe Fleeing at Salamaua. Pages 1,2, 15 and 16. August 23, 1943, The Sun KHARKOV CAPTURED; GERMANS IN RETREAT, RAISING AMBULANCE FROM EAST RIVER, ALLIED FLYERS BOMB SALERNO RAILWAY LINES, STALIN SAYS BIG NAZI BASE WAS STORMED. Pages 1,2, 11 and 12. Includes Rheingold Beer ad and comics. (See photos below) August 25, 1943, The Sun ROOSEVELT SAYS IT WILL PAY REICH CHIEFS TO GIVE UP NOW, LAGUARDIA ORDERS PORTFOLIO INQUIRY, SWIFT BRITISH BOMBERS STAB NAZI CAPITAL, RUSSIA FROWNS UPON POST-WAR UNITED EUROPE, ISSUES SURRENDER BID IN SPEECH AT OTTAWA . Pages 1,2, 28 AND 29. This paper is torn 3/4 of the way but still readable. All of the above newspapers are still readable. Unfortunately they were not stored very safely and they were kept folded. They are discolored and fragile and some are torn in the center when you open them fully. I have handled them as little as possible. I will try to have other auctions with my Uncle's newspapers, so if you are interested and I can save you money on shipping, please let me know. These items come from a smoke free home. If you have any questions or need additional photos, please do not hesitate to e-mail me before bidding.
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