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Great Britain attacked by Zeppelin for the first time...
Item # 616849
January 20, 1915
NEW YORK TRIBUNE, January 20, 1915 The front page has a four column wide, three line headline "Zeppelin Throws Bombs At Sandringham Palace; Airmen Brought Down" with subheads "Woman and Two Men Killed in German Raid on British Coast" "Warship Fires at Hostile Airmen" "Big Dirigible Brought to Earth Near King's Residence" "Shells Dropped at Several Points" "Yarmouth Gets Five Missiles and King's Lynn Four--Raiders May Be Headed for London". This would be the first time that Great Britain would be attacked by Zeppelin. This includes a small photo of Sandringham Palace and a map of the area.
Other news, sports and advertisements of the day are within.
This is complete in 14 pages with a slight irregular left spine, otherwise is in good condition. This should be handled with some care.
Category: The 20th Century