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"Exploring the World Through the Pages of a Newspaper" Delve into history with a political map of Africa, unraveling the continent's intricate tapestry

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Political Map of Africa

Political Map of Africa
Vector Illustration of the policital map of Africa Reference map as created by the US Central Intelligence Agency

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Emperor Haile Selassie I of Abyssinia is enjoying a seaside holiday at Eastbourne

Emperor Haile Selassie I of Abyssinia is enjoying a seaside holiday at Eastbourne, Sussex. The Emperor of Abyssinia keeping in touch with the news of the day at Eastbourne. 18 July 1938

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Teenage girl from Toxteth in Liverpool, Merseyside, delivering newspapers on a paper

Teenage girl from Toxteth in Liverpool, Merseyside, delivering newspapers on a paper round. December 1969 Z12115

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Political map of The Middle East

Political map of The Middle East
Vector illustration of the policital map of The Middle East Reference map was created by the US Central Intelligence Agency

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Death Of Cricket, The Sporting Times mock obituary 1882

Death Of Cricket, The Sporting Times mock obituary 1882
Australia and England first met in Test match cricket in Melbourne in 1877, but the legend of The Ashes, the symbolic trophy the two teams play for, only began in 1882 when at the Oval in London

Background imageNewspaper Collection: World map from 1520

World map from 1520
Western hemisphere of the Johannes SchAoner globe from 1520. expedition

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Map of the world according to Strabo

Map of the world according to Strabo 63 B.C

Background imageNewspaper Collection: COMIC STRIP: LITTLE NEMO. The walking bed episode of the American comic strip

COMIC STRIP: LITTLE NEMO. The walking bed episode of the American comic strip Little Nemo in Slumberland, by Winsor McCay, published in the New York Herald, July 1908

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Castle street, Arncroach, Fife, Scotland

Castle street, Arncroach, Fife, Scotland
Castle Street, Arncroach, Fife, Scotland. The newspaper headlines detail a fatal rail crash, although this has not been so far identified precisely. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Birthday Greetings postcard - A family of Cats at home

Birthday Greetings postcard - A family of Cats at home, sitting and playing around the fire. Date: circa 1922

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Fleet Street

Fleet Street
circa 1926: A busy day in Fleet Street, the home of many national newspapers. (Photo by Central Press/Getty Images)

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Daily Telegraph front pages, 1914, 1918 and 1919, WW1

Daily Telegraph front pages, 1914, 1918 and 1919, WW1
Daily Telegraph front pages for 3 August 1914 and 11 November 1918, marking the beginning and end of the First World War

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Advertisement for W H Smith

Advertisement for W H Smith -- newsboy on an enamel sign. circa 1925

Background imageNewspaper Collection: The Pall Mall Gazette - Armistice Signed - Official

The Pall Mall Gazette - Armistice Signed - Official
Newspaper - The Pall Mall Gazette - Monday November 11 1918 with headline Armistice Signed - Official. Commemorative Art

Background imageNewspaper Collection: John Passmore Edwards, Vanity Fair, Spy

John Passmore Edwards, Vanity Fair, Spy
JOHN PASSMORE EDWARDS MP (1823 - 1911) Liberal Member of Parliament for Salisbury, Philanthropist, British journalist, owner and editor of the London newspaper The Echo

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Warwick Races, from The Illustrated London News, 12th April 1845 (engraving)

Warwick Races, from The Illustrated London News, 12th April 1845 (engraving)
XJF311252 Warwick Races, from The Illustrated London News, 12th April 1845 (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; English, out of copyright

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Press photographer with hidden camera in his hat

Press photographer with hidden camera in his hat
A rather shifty looking press photographer cunningly conceals a camera behind his hat with the lens poking through a convenient hole. Date: 1914

Background imageNewspaper Collection: The Daily Courant

The Daily Courant
Front page of The Daily Courant, the first daily paper. The paper began in 1702 and was at first a single sheet printed on one side only. This copy three years later is printed on both sides

Background imageNewspaper Collection: The William Morris Clarion van

The William Morris Clarion van
A man stands on a Clarion van under a banner reading Socialism talking to a crowd of people congregated around him. One holds a bicycle and other bicycles are visible by the van

Background imageNewspaper Collection: William Rust, British communist and newspaper editor

William Rust, British communist and newspaper editor
William Charles Rust (1903-1949), British communist activist, member of the Communist Party of Great Britain, and editor of the Daily Worker newspaper, seen here at his desk

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Vintage yachts in sunshine, English south coast, 1930 s

Vintage yachts in sunshine, English south coast, 1930 s
Vintage yachts in the sunshine, English south coast, 1930 s

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Publication on the death of Queen Victoria 1901

Publication on the death of Queen Victoria 1901
Front cover reporting on the death of Her Majesty Queen Victoria in The Queen, The Ladys Newspaper & Court Chronicle, dated 26 January 1901, four days after her death

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Poached eggs (b / w photo)

Poached eggs (b / w photo)
5998541 Poached eggs (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Poached eggs. Illustration for The Worlds Best Photographs (Odhams, 1939). Gravure printed

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Nick Davies foreign editor of the Daily Mirror talks to Nick Fullagar. 28th October 1991

Nick Davies foreign editor of the Daily Mirror talks to Nick Fullagar. 28th October 1991

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Manchester Uniteds George Best enjoys breakfast as landlady Mary Fullaway looks

Manchester Uniteds George Best enjoys breakfast as landlady Mary Fullaway looks on, in her home at Aycliffe Avenue, Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Manchester. January 1972

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Front page, Youth Against the Bomb, CND newspaper

Front page, Youth Against the Bomb, CND newspaper, with an article about support from Paul McCartney of The Beatles pop group, Easter 1964. 1964

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Fidel Castro at Desk

Fidel Castro at Desk
FIDEL CASTRO Cuban statesman at his desk Date: 1926 -

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Suffragette Lilian Lenton in Court 1913

Suffragette Lilian Lenton in Court 1913
A newspaper placard dated Wednesday, June 11, 1913, with the headline, Miss. Lentons Reappearance. Lilian Lenton (1891-1972)

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Newspaper front cover: evacuation of Dunkirk, 1940

Newspaper front cover: evacuation of Dunkirk, 1940
" Through an inferno of bombs and shells, the B.E.F is crossing the Channel from Dunkirk-in historys strangest armada

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Antique printing press

Antique printing press
Antique illustration of printing press typography machine

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Mods on their scooters seen here driving along Clacton sea front

Mods on their scooters seen here driving along Clacton sea front. Over the 1964 Easter weekend several scuffles between Mods and Rockers broke out in the Essex seaside town. 30th March 1964

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Lloyds Coffee House, London

Lloyds Coffee House, London. 1798

Background imageNewspaper Collection: South Africa (XIX). Zulu Kingdom (1883). Restoration

South Africa (XIX). Zulu Kingdom (1883). Restoration Cettewayo, king of the Zulus. Cetewayo attends the ceremony indaba conference to meet the Induna (Zulu and Xhosa leaders)

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Jessica by Luke Fildes

Jessica by Luke Fildes
A portrait of the Shakespeare character, Jessica from The Merchant of Venice by Sir Luke Fildes (1843-1918), part of a series of Shakespearean heroines painted by great Victorian artists for The

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Newspaper Seller 1933

Newspaper Seller 1933
A newspaper seller in a flat cap and overcoat stands next to his stall on Wednesday, March 1st, 1933. Headlines include The Times: The Arms Embargo - Geneva Comment and Dictatorship in Germany

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Space-Sputnik I-Pravda

Space-Sputnik I-Pravda
(FILES) Picture dated 06 October 1957 shows the frontpage of the Sovietic newspaper Pravda after the launch of worlds first satellite Sputnik I

Background imageNewspaper Collection: An air raid warden setting a blackout time clock indicator at an Air Raid Precautions post

An air raid warden setting a blackout time clock indicator at an Air Raid Precautions post on the outskirts of London
WORLD WAR II: AIR RAIDS. An air raid warden setting a blackout time clock indicator at an Air Raid Precautions post on the outskirts of London, England, following the outbreak of World War II, 1939

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Puppy Love

Puppy Love
The best way to keep a puppy out of harms way, circa 1950. (Photo by Express Newspapers/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Interventionist Demonstration, 1914, tempera and collage on cardboard

Interventionist Demonstration, 1914, tempera and collage on cardboard
Carlo CarrA

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Confectionary Kiosk, Paddington Station, 1937

Confectionary Kiosk, Paddington Station, 1937
This large kiosk was based in The Lawn and served confectionary, cigarettes and newspapers to passengers at Paddington station in 1930s

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Newspaper Train on Platform 4 at Paddington Station, 1937

Newspaper Train on Platform 4 at Paddington Station, 1937
An image showing Paddington station staff on Platform 4 receiving the daily newspapers from the 12.50am Newspaper Train, 1937

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Arthur Russell, who retires from the Liverpool Echo today, outside the newspapers office

Arthur Russell, who retires from the Liverpool Echo today, outside the newspapers office. 27th April 1990

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Birmingham Press Club Ball, 29th November 1968. At the tombola stand

Birmingham Press Club Ball, 29th November 1968. At the tombola stand, members of the cast of ATV series The Champions, from left, Stuart Damon, Alexandra Bastedo and William Gaunt

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Holiday scenes in Brighton, East Sussex. July 1963

Holiday scenes in Brighton, East Sussex. July 1963

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Shoe shine Lisbon, Portugal

Shoe shine Lisbon, Portugal
A young shoe shine man reads a newspaper while waiting for his next customer in a Lisbon street Portugal. First published The Sunday Times Date: 1989

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Newspaper Story by Toby Neal in Shropshire Star 10 Octob?

Newspaper Story by Toby Neal in Shropshire Star 10 Octob?
Newspaper Story by Toby Neal in Shropshire Star 10 October 2006 Issue Page 8, Ernest Maund Early Aviator / Pilot from Craven Arms, Shropshire, UK

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Politics in an Oyster House, 1848 (oil on fabric)

Politics in an Oyster House, 1848 (oil on fabric)
WLT211553 Politics in an Oyster House, 1848 (oil on fabric) by Woodville, Richard Caton (1825-55); 40.6x33 cm; Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, USA; American, out of copyright

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Caricature of Nellie Farren and Edward Ledger

Caricature of Nellie Farren and Edward Ledger
Caricature of Nellie Farren (1848-1904), English actress and singer, and Edward Ledger (18??-1921), editor of The Era theatrical newspaper



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"Exploring the World Through the Pages of a Newspaper" Delve into history with a political map of Africa, unraveling the continent's intricate tapestry. Unearth sensational headlines like "World War Two Bomber Found on Moon" from Sunday Sport, where imagination knows no bounds. Discover unexpected tales as Emperor Haile Selassie I of Abyssinia enjoys a seaside holiday at Eastbourne, showcasing his regal charm far from home. Step back in time to 1882 and witness the humorous demise of cricket through The Sporting Times' mock obituary, leaving readers amused yet nostalgic. Get lost in Castle Street, Arncroach, Fife, Scotland - an enchanting corner captured within the pages of your newspaper. Travel centuries ago with a world map from 1520 and marvel at how perceptions have evolved over time. Navigate complex geopolitics through a political map of The Middle East; understanding borders that shape our modern world. Peer into ancient knowledge with Strabo's world map and unlock secrets hidden within its cartographic wonders. Immerse yourself in Fleet Street's bustling atmosphere - once synonymous with journalism excellence and breaking news stories. Embark on whimsical adventures alongside Little Nemo in this delightful comic strip episode featuring his encounter with a walking bed. Celebrate joyous moments by sending birthday greetings adorned with adorable feline characters enjoying domestic bliss at home. Transport yourself to breakfast tables in 1898 as Laurits Andersen Ring's artwork captures the tranquil ritual accompanied by morning newspapers.