World War 2 records are comprehensive and contain information about the various military branches, as well as data on the civilian units that helped with the war. These types of World War 2 records include the civilian nurses corps and presidential papers that often documented personal participation in the war effort.
Share via Email Four daily newspapers slashed their cover price today, heralding the unexpected return of a price war. Richard Desmond cut the cover price of his Daily Express tabloid by 10p to 30p and reduced the price of the Daily Star to 30p, down from 35p. Rival Associated Newspapers slashed the cost of the Daily Mail by 10p to 30p, boasting on its front page that it was "real value for money".
The cover price of the Daily Star appears likely to stay for the long term, or as the paper puts it, "today and every weekday", but both the Daily Express and Daily Mail are more circumspect about their future pricing.
The London Evening Standard is due to publish at 20p today, part of an occasional ongoing campaign instituted by Bert Hardy when he took over as managing director in October. The Sun and the Daily Mirror, which have fought a bitter price war in the past, remain at 35p, but could be forced to retaliate if the discounts remain at other titles.
The move came on the day the Guardian raised its cover price to 70p, to match its Independent, which increased its cost a week earlier.London and UK riots: live Rolling coverage of the aftermath of the riots and looting, as police angrily reject criticism from the government, and .
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