Front Pages That Shaped Australia Stephen Gapps
Quality - Used
Condition - Very Good
Our relationship with history is very much shaped by how we receive news. People recall the first landing on the moon as a black-and-white television moment. Others might recall a text message to turn on the television and watch what was happening to the Twin Towers in New York 2001. Yet for most of modern Australian history, we have learnt about cricketing triumphs, election results, natural disasters and other events that have affected our lives by picking up a newspaper.
This book is an illustration of the news of the day, with photos and reproductions as it was presented at the time.