Battle of Britain 75th Anniversary Pictorial Edition Newspaper Book
Battle of Britain 75th Anniversary Pictorial Edition Newspaper Book.
A newspaper book pays homage to the pilots and civilians of WWII. A must for history buffs
To commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain this unique and detailed compilation of newspaper coverage dates from July-October 1940. The British wartime Prime Minister, Winston Churchill was moved to make one of his most famous speeches “Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few”, referring to the valiant efforts of the RAF pilots during the ongoing Battle of Britain. Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother felt that she could “look the East End in the face” when Buckingham Palace was bombed too.
Follow the events of the Battle of Britain as they unfolded through the contemporary accounts provided in the newspaper pages from that time. The book includes pictorial sections, together with dramatic reports from the time.
The scans from original newspapers are bound in a luxury black hard back leather, gold embossed cover.
The introduction page can be personalized with the recipient’s name and a message and the front cover can also be personalized with a name.
Each pictorial edition comes presented in a Remember When gift box, included in the price.
The introduction page can be personalized with a name and a message and the front cover can also be gold embossed with a name.
Newspaper Books within this range are available from the 1900’s onward, making them a perfect view back in time. History buffs and those curious about bygone events are given a window into the past.
All we need to create your Personalized Book is the Full Name to Emboss on the cover plus a short personal message. Make a note at checkout or send me a conversation email after ordering.
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Embossing - Max characters: 25
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