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- Featuring Washington Post reprints from the 1950s
- Can be personalized with any Name and Message
- Hand-bound in a green leatherette cover
- Gold emboss the cover free of charge
- A perfect gift for those fascinated by war history
While the Korean War has often been called “The Forgotten War,” your recipient can always remember the events of the war with this Personalized Korean War Newspaper Book. The book is filled with newspaper coverage of the time, bringing together Washington Post articles that document the war as it unfolded. Your recipient can get to grips with opinions and attitudes of the time, and see how journalists reported news of the war to the American public. Beginning at the start of the war in 1950 and ending with the truce agreement of 1953, this Korean War book will provide you with all the news coverage you need to learn about key events of the conflict.
You can make this Korean War newspaper book a special gift by adding a Name and a Message to the opening page, making it a personal gift for your recipient. Their name will also be gold-embossed free of charge on the front cover. Newspaper reports are a fascinating way to understand history, since they really show how events were interpreted at the time they happened.
Personalizing Your Washington Post Korean War Book
Your Washington Post Korean War Book can be personalized with any Name and Message on the opening page of the book, with your recipient’s name also appearing gold-embossed on the front cover.
This book comes in a green leatherette cover with your recipient’s name gold-embossed on the front cover and measures 12.5 x 15”.
Check your personalization: accents and other symbols cannot be used unless otherwise stated.