The Resource 100 headlines that changed the world, James Maloney, (electronic resource)

100 headlines that changed the world, James Maloney, (electronic resource)

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100 headlines that changed the world
Title
100 headlines that changed the world
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James Maloney
Title variation
One hundred headlines that changed the world
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Language
eng
Summary
Newpapers are a form of instant history, capturing forever the awe and fascination that great historical events inspire. They are also an intriguing source to return to as they reveal the contemporary view of world-changing events, before it can be shaped by subsequent developments. While newspapers have been around for centuries, it was only when the Industrial Revolution encouraged mass production that newspapers with attention-grabbing banner headlines began to be commonplace. Now that newspapers seem to be in decline, we can look back at the period from the late 19th to early 21st centur
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EBLCP
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070.41
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no index present
LC call number
PN4784
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non fiction
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dictionaries
100 headlines that changed the world, James Maloney, (electronic resource)
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100 headlines that changed the world, James Maloney, (electronic resource)
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Contents
  • Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Introduction; Penny Postage Pictures; Gold Mine Found; Massacre Of English At Delhi; Discovery Of A Subterranean Fountain Of Oil; The War Begun; Important Assassination Of President Lincoln; Audible Speech By Telegraph; The Indian War; Edison's Electric Light; Jesse James, The Bandit, Killed; The Whitechapel Horrors; The Woman's Suffrage Bill Assented To; Lumière's Cinematographe; Oscar Wilde In Jail; War Declared Boers Commence Hostilities; Wireless Signals Across The Ocean; Dayton Boys Emulate Great Santos-Dumont; The Conquest Of The South Pole
  • Titanic SunkSensational Derby Suffragist's Mad Act; Heir To Austria's Throne Is Slain; Last Barrier In Canal Is Removed; Five Days Inside The Cordon; Abdication Of Czar; How London Hailed The End Of War; Whole Country Goes Dry; Mr. Macdonald's Crowded Day; The "Televisor"; Seek Congressional Medal Of Honor For Lindbergh; Greatest Crash In Wall Street's History; Ghandi Seized By British; Hitler Made Chancellor Of Germany; Edward VIII Abdicates; Owens Completes Triple As 5 Olympic Marks Fall; Hindenburg Burns In Lakehurst Crash; Britain's First Day Of War; 175 Nazi Planes Down
  • Japan, U.S. At WarVE-Day -- It's All Over; First Atomic Bomb Dropped On Japan; State Of Israel Is Born; Mao Heads Peiping Regime; Truman Orders U.S. Air, Navy Units To Fight In Aid Of Korea; The Crowning Glory: Everest Is Climbed; Why You Are You; Ruth Ellis To Hang; First Blows By Navy And R.A.F; Soviet Fires Earth Satellite Into Space; 21 Dead 7 Manchester Utd Players Perish In Air Crash; Birth Control Pill Approved By Commission; The Innocence Of Lady Chatterley; Man Enters Space; East German Troops Seal Border With West Berlin; We Blockade Cuba Arms; Profumo Quits
  • Kennedy Slain On Dallas Street3,000 Fans Greet British Beatles; U.S. Forces Out of Vietnam; 4 Children Die, 160 Missing in S. Wales Horror; Man With A New Heart; Martin King Shot To Death; How Bobby Was Shot!; Man On The Moon; Up, Up And Away!; Three Spacemen Are Home Safe; The Death Steps; 13 Killed As Paratroops Break Riot; Nixon Resigns; King Elvis Dead; Test Tube Mother Has Girl; Mrs Thatcher Takes Over; Bomb On Boat Kills Lord Mountbatten; Poland Yields On Independent Trade Unions; John Lennon Shot Dead; Pope Shot; Rare Cancer Seen In 41 Homosexuals; GOTCHA; Murder; Worldbeater!
  • Explosion Stuns NationNuclear Nightmare Is Here; Hundreds Die As Jumbo Jet Plunges Into village; Our Day Of Tears; Crackdown In Beijing; Mandela Goes Free Today; Capital Sarajevo Racked By Serb-Muslim Civil Strife; Scientists Clone Adult Sheep; Diana Dead; Clinton Admits To Lewinsky Relationship; U.S. Attacked; Bloodbath On Holiday Island; The Tyrant Is Now A Prisoner; We Saw The Sea Coming, We All Ran. But God Saves Little'; Katrina Storms Ashore; Microsoft Says Goodbye To Bill Gates; Obama Makes History; World Transfixed By The Great Escape; The Day That Shook Japan; Got Him!
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ocn795119983
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1 online resource (396 p.)
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online
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9781620876695
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(electronic bk.)
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