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[Detail] A French officer and his British ally at the front read the New York Times.
Newspaper Pictorials: World War I Rotogravures: 1913-1919 provides newspaper images, which help to document the increasing use of photography in newspapers as well as important events of the time, including World War I. Also included in this presentation are statistics relating to World War I, information on the Rotogravure process and a discussion of newspaper coverage during the war.
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- Events and Statistics
- The Lusitania Disaster
- Pictures as Propaganda
- The Rotogravure Process
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- Emergence of Modern America, 1890-1930
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