Personalised Civil Rights Newspaper Book

£44.99

A unique history as reported of the Civil Rights Movement during the 1950s and 1960s

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This book compiles a unique history of the Civil Rights Movement during the 1950s and 60s using original newspaper coverage published at the time. From the banning of segregation in schools and on buses, the peaceful marches and protests, to the riots and lootings that occurred during this turbulent era. Also covered are the assassinations of Malcolm X and Dr Martin Luther King Jr, this book is the ultimate collectible and a fascinating perspective into how these major events were viewed and interpreted by reporters as they happened. Available in a green leatherette cover. The recipient’s name (up to 25 characters) can be embossed on the front cover and printed on a personalised label on the opening page along with a message or greeting (up to 150 characters). A gift box can also be added to this book for an additional £7.50 RRP

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SKU061110010100
Weight (g)1770 g
Dimensions (mm)380 × 310 × 12 mm
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BarcodeISBN 978-1-80029-083-9
Standard Carriage£5.00
RRP£44.99
Lead Time2 Days
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