History of the war in front pages actual reproductions of newspaper front pages, selected from the San Francisco Examiner, covering major events in World War II plus complete text of United Nations San Francisco Charter and Statute of World Court.

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Thread starter Eric Wittenberg; Start date Sep 1,   Front pages were the fuel that started a war. More than U.S. sailors were killed, and the sinking helped trigger the Spanish-American War.


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