Personalised Battle of Britain Newspaper Book
This Personalised Battle of Britain Newspaper Book is presented in a luxury gift box at no extra cost to you, creating an extra special gift. This wonderful book contains newspaper articles collected to portray the events of the battle of Britain and all are printed in black and white, a must have read for history buffs!
To commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain we’ve created this newspaper book, a unique personalised book with a detailed compilation of newspaper coverage, which dates from July-October 1940.
The British wartime Prime Minister, Winston Churchill was moved to make one of his most famous speeches “Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few”, referring to the valiant efforts of the RAF pilots during the ongoing Battle of Britain. Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother felt that she could “look the East End in the face” when Buckingham Palace was bombed too.
Follow the events of the Battle of Britain as they unfolded through the contemporary accounts provided in the newspaper pages from that time. The book includes pictorial sections, together with dramatic reports from the time.
The scans are from original newspapers and are bound in a luxury black leather cover, with a gold embossed name – 22 characters on the front cover (no extra cost to you). The introduction page is also personalised with a personal message from you over 5 lines using 30 characters per line.
A superb personalised book for Dad or Grandad’s Birthday, a Wedding Anniversary gift for husbands or for a friends Retirement present the occasions are many and the choice is yours.
339 x 380 x 12mm
Points To Note:
Double check your spelling and punctuation please, we cannot be held responsible for your mistakes. Thank you.
Personalised products are made especially for you and are therefore non-refundable, unless the item is faulty.
Please do not include accents and special symbols in your personalisation as some of our processes will not allow them. This includes accents above and below the alphabetical or numerical text.
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