History Revisited

New! on JPost.com: Historic front pages of our newspaper since 1932. Today: May 16th, 1948.

July 26, 2007 15:14
History Revisited

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The Palestine Post and later The Jerusalem Post has been around since 1932, reporting the history of the Jewish people and the State of Israel for 75 years. The following is the first in a new feature titled 'History Revisited', where we will show you images of those magnificent front pages - which you will be able to read (including the small text by using the zoom option - the plus sign - icon in Acrobat Reader) - from 1932 onwards. What could be more appropriate to start things off than the front page from May 16th, 1948. Click below for a piece of history: 16.5.1948 - The State is Born [ 554K ] If you can't read a PDF format, click here to get Adobe Acrobat Reader

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