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* Execution of Rudolf Hoess, Nazi commandant of Auschwitz... oversaw massacre of 2,000,000 Jews
* Milton Reynolds breaks Howard Hughes around-the-world aviation record in his "Bombshell"
* Jackie Robinson breaks racial barrier... 1st regular season MLB game played by an African American
* Texas City disaster (350 killed)
* Princess Elizabeth and Philip Mountbatten (from Greece) become engaged, with photo
Which do you think grabbed the headline back in 1947?To find out if you made the right choice, go to:
(see the 4th image)What if the same events occurred today? Would the editors make the same choice for tomorrow's headline? We'd love to know your thoughts... and reasons. December 18, 1840 issue of the Citizen Soldier, Vermont, gives us a glimpse as to how he was viewed within less than 50 years of his death. The end of the biography has a few extra treats as well. Although quite lengthy... it is certainly worth the read: A New Year's-themed Pinterest pin-board has just been created through Timothy Hughes Rare & Early Newspapers... History's Newsstand which we think you will enjoy. Happy New Year! While the jury is still out, it looks like we just might make it to 2013. The Mayans certainly gave us a few things to think about (or at least the head of the Mexican Bureau of Tourism - what a genius). Apocalyptic fears have generated quite a bit of stir over time and have motivated (inspired?) many to think through the eternal vs. the temporal. While this version of the "end of days" may have been misconceived, the process of giving our mortality serious consideration is certainly worth the exercise. In the meantime, please enjoy a newspaper-based look back at similar end of the word fears posted by the British Newspapers Archives: A few year's ago we posted an article which is worthy of a revisit. It regards the interaction of enemy troops on Christmas Eve from during WWI. Some stories are worth repeating (see link below). We've also created a Christmas-themed Pinterest pinboard we believe will be worth your time to view. Please have a wonderful Christmas. As for our Jewish friends, thanks for providing us with the reason for our season. Happy Chanukah to you as well. Pinterest: Viewing Christmas thru Historic Newspapers... Christmas Eve - WWI: A Christmas thought… loving our enemies… As the so-called fiscal cliff rapidly approaches and political tension fills the air, let's take time to reflect on a time when unity of spirit & purpose under the blessing of God were all we had going for us... and as time would quickly show, it was all that we needed. The September 3, 1777 issue of the Edinburgh Evening Currant, Scotland, contains George Washington's Manifesto of America. As Tim Hughes describes it:
I'm not sure I've seen a newspaper from the UK so replete with American content than this one. One-third of the front page is taken up with the complete & lengthy text of: "The Manifesto of America, By George Washington, Esq., Commander in Chief of the Forces of the United States, In answer to General Burgoyne's Proclamation". This document begins: "The associated armies of America act from the noblest motives, and for the purest purposes. Their 'common principle' is virtue, their 'common object' is Liberty!..." followed by a litany of eloquence which must be read. In the document he makes much reference to Christian values and the guidance of God, bits including: "...that the content has been made a foundation for the completed system of tyranny that ever God, in his displeasure, suffered for a time to be exercised over a forward & stubborn generation...Thus hath God, in his divine and just displeasure, suffered for a time, the exercise of the completest system of tyranny...In our consciousness of Christianity we pray, in all humility, for peace and good will among men, & invite all nations to mutual friendship and brotherly love. These truly Christian objects, we conceive, are to be attained only by Christian means..." and near the end: "...Its event we submit to Him, who speaks the fate of nations, in humble confidence, that as his omniscient eye taketh note even of the sparrow that falleth to the ground, so he will not withdraw his countenance from a people who humbly array themselves under his banner in defence of the noblest principles with which he hath adorned humanity." The document is signed in type: George Washington.To view the entire content along with images, please go to: Washington's Manifesto