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Daily Telegraph from 18th May 1943. The RAF blew up three key dams in the Ruhr Valley, engulfing bridges and power plants and inflicting industrial disaster on Germany. Adverts of the day and other wartime news.
SKU: NPDAM
£4.99

Replica newspaper with stories, adverts and cartoons from the day. Great for historical display or for history fan. Schools also find these an invaluable aid to learning.

Daily Telegraph from 18th May 1943. The RAF blew up three key dams in the Ruhr Valley, engulfing bridges and power plants and inflicting industrial disaster on Germany. Adverts of the day and other wartime news.

Older people  find these replica newspapers a memorable source of information. Includes stories of the main event, adverts, TV and radio programmes of the day. 

Each newspaper has been reproduced as close to the original as possible to give the reader a real sense of reliving the moment.

This item makes a great addition to a memory display in a care home or day centre, and will encourage reminiscence and conversation, especially for those with dementia. Also ideal as a teaching aid in schools.

Stored in a clear wipeable bag.

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