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Headlines all my life.

Author: Arthur Christiansen
Publisher: New York, Harper [1962, ©1961]
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : English : [1st American ed.]View all editions and formats
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Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur Christiansen
OCLC Number: 1372933
Description: 295 pages illustrations 22 cm
Contents: The Fleet Street story --
Boy, wash the steps! --
Brother Blatchley began it --
Our man in Bootle --
There are no tom-cats --
Pity the newspaper wife --
Quick! It's the little man --
Sack him, said R.D.B. --
Inside John Gordon --
The R101 disaster --
The sunny side of the street --
Go North, young man! --
The Eaglets --
Bax hands over his baton --
How to sack a man --
All in an editor's day --
Life with the Beaver --
The boss was at the Palace --
There will be no war --
Flick through the files --
The Daily Bulletins --
Merrily we go to war --
The bombs scream --
Blitz--and black-out --
Poole Harbour and all that --
D-notices and A-bombs --
Churchill and the Beaver --
Monty asks for help --
V1--V2--victory --
A babel of people --
Palace and press --
Burgess and Maclean --
End message--and beginning.

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