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Throughout March we are offering all subscribers a three-for-one special on our 5 day and 30 day All-Inclusive package: instead of 5 days access to everything in our archives you get 15 days access, or instead of 30 days access you get 90 days for the same great price. With access to the Daily Express, Sunday Express, Daily Mirror*, Daily Star, Star on Sunday, Morning Star, Church Times, The Great War in Kent, The Watchman and the WWII package that includes the 1933-45 Express, Mirror, Daily Worker, Yorkshire Post, Fascist Week, Action and The Blackshirt; if we have it, you have it!
*Personal access to the Mirror archive is currently restricted to 1903-1980.
The role of Kent in the Great War. World War One as described in the pages of The Kent Messenger's newspapers from Maidstone, Sevenoaks, Gravesend, Herne Bay and across the surrounding region in the South Eastern Gazette.
Read all about World War One, reported as it happened in the pages of two major national newspapers: The Daily Mirror and Daily Express; the newspapers of Kent (which was Britain's staging post for the War) and the unique perspective of the The Church Times. Covering all of 1914 to 1918 this archive presents much material which has been seen by only a few people in the last century!
South Eastern Gazette (1852-1912)
The South Eastern Gazette (1852-1912), formerly the Maidstone Gazette and a precursor of the Kent Messenger was a major regional title for the south-east of England, reporting on Kent, Surrey, Sussex, Greater London (South and East) and Essex!
The Express group contains the Daily Express, Sunday Express, Daily Star and Daily Star Sunday titles.
The Daily Express and Sunday Express titles.
The Daily Star and Daily Star Sunday titles.
Personal access to the Mirror archive is currently restricted to 1903-1980.
The Watchman (and Wesleyan Advertiser) 1835-1884; the first Methodist newspaper - launched in the aftermath of the (Wesleyan) Tolpuddle Martyrs - and the fore-runner of the Methodist Recorder.
The Watchman started out in 1835 billed as a weekly journal of news, politics, religion and literature. It went on to become the Watchman and Wesleyan Advertiser in 1849 until it ceased publication at the end of 1884.
Church Times 1863-present (four weeks ago)
The complete archive of British Union of Fascists newspapers 1931-1940, includes Action, The Blackshirt and Fascist Week from launch until they were banned.
This is the story of the War, how it came about, how it was fought and how it finished, in the pages of a broad sweep of the contemporary press - from Fleet Street's Daily Mirror and Daily Express to the Far Right newspapers of the Mosleyite Press.
This now includes the Yorkshire Post and we have begun to add the Communist Party's Daily Worker. You can follow the day-by-day accounts of all political views, from Hitler's appointment as German Chancellor, the outbreak of war, the Blitz, the battles, the final peace and the Khaki Election that followed it.
Daily Worker 1930-1966 and Morning Star 1966-present (four weeks ago)*.
*The Daily Worker and Morning Star archive is under construction - currently 1930-1945 and 2000-present and is discounted to reflect the incomplete archive.
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