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Hidden treasures in newspaper archives

Most newspapers date back tens, if not hundreds, of years. Extensive archives date back to first editions, the last words of a beloved editor, some of mankind's darkest days and brightest moments. A lot of this history is hidden in dark basement archives, where it only comes out on request by historians or other research scientists. Read more...
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