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Hot off the press – new titles this week

The British Newspaper Archive

It’s been another excellent week at The Archive.  We’ve added 164,490 pages this past week.  We have two brand new titles for you to explore and have added new years to five existing titles. Our new titles this week are two Bristol papers, The Bristol Daily Post and The Clifton and Redland Free Press.   This brings to nine the number of papers we have which were published in the city of Bristol.  Click here to see the full list. In

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Darkest Hour – Churchill’s Speeches

Darkest Hour is the latest film to celebrate the career of Winston Churchill. The film documents the first few weeks of Churchill’s tenure as Prime Minister of Britain from 10 May 1940 to the evacuation of Dunkirk between 26 May and 4 June 1940.  We shared some Dunkirk Stories in our blog last July when Christopher Nolan’s film was released. In this blog we will take a look at public feeling around the potential for peace with Germany during those

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Hot off the press – new titles added this week

The British Newspaper Archive

It’s a new year at The Archive and we’re excited to be back and bringing you ever more pages and titles. We are looking forward to a year of hearing your stories, and sharing interesting finds from The Archive. These past few weeks we have published 344,442 pages, and added ten brand new titles to The Archive. Joining The Archive are papers for the cities and towns of Bristol, London, Dublin, Leamington Spa, Leicester, Staines, Northampton, Reading and Tenbury Wells.

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Hot off the press – pages added this week

We’re finishing the year with a bang, this week we reached twenty-three million pages in The Archive, having added 285,684 pages in the past two weeks. This week we’ve added more pages to our Trinity Mirror collection, with significant additions to The Coventry Evening Telegraph and The Coventry Herald.   We hope sports fans will enjoy our additions to Sports Argus which now runs to 1979 and includes coverage of the 1966 FIFA World Cup Final. We continue to add to

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