I found a newspaper dating back to the day the world knew the second world war was over. Is...
that worth anything?
I highly doubt it's worth very much at all monetary wise. But, that piece of paper you hold in your hands is priceless in my opinion. I would donate it to a WW2 Museum, or bring it by the nearest legion post. I'm sure they would be glad to hang it on their wall. Best bet though to see what its worth is to look on E-bay for similar, or ask a historian. Remember there was probably millions printed, but who knows how many can still be in peoples possession. I wouldn't get rid of it.
by Iamsam3 years ago
When was the second world war ended?
by Deforest4 years ago
Another lie that we've been fed to. I've learnt like everybody that the Allies declared war to Germany because it invaded Poland on Sept 1939, the truth is different. Georges VI's speech says it all! You will notice...
by Savio Koman4 years ago
What is a second world country?I have heard of developed and third world country, what exactly is a second world country? Is there such a nomenclature?
by Kristen Mazzola4 years ago
What do you "know now" that you wish you "knew then"?
by Deforest2 years ago
Hitler said roughly that when he first invaded Poland had France or England resisted he would have lost. Now, given his military weakness why would Hitler invade another country? Let's run a parallel, why did Saddam...
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